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Again and again the American Dream changes more rapidly than most decades have a chance to change The novel A River Runs Through It written by Norman MacLean suggests a cold feeling growing in the 1970s one that took away from everyones time to relax in nature although there are bleak times of pride and joy that almost suggest that times are changing in their entirety MacLean Even such rock n roll bands such as the great Led Zeppelin wrote songs that suggest these same themes in many of their songs In Good Times Bad Times the band writes In the days of my youth I was told what it means to be a man Now Ive reached that age Ive tried to do all those things the best I can No matter how I try I find my way into the same old jam Good Times Bad Times you know I had my share Led Zeppelin The children of the 1960s were growing up and many of them were finding it difficult to live in the time of this new technological age along with many more political changes to come At the beginning part of the 1970s the unbelievably costly Vietnam War was just ending Many citizens of the United States were still extremely angry with the government for entering the war in the first place The president who refused to pull the Americans out of Vietnam Richard Nixon was not particularly popular in the publics eyes They had thought of him as a good president but Vietnam took all of that trust away They were happy partly because Nixon had visited China and had opened relations between bitter opponents His downfall was the Watergate scandal and he resigned due to that He had made promises that he could not keep Nixon Gerald Ford became the next President and promised more ideals that were tough to keep Ford In A River Runs Through
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