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Society and its Automobiles With everything that has changed over the century cloths hairstyles even music one thing that has remained the same is the car Yes the car the one instrument that represents in most of us freedom individuality and peace of mind is still the same even since the first American built car was made in 1903 Of course its body has changed over the decades instead of a box shape it is more aerodynamic a cd player is standard instead of an AMFM radio Instead of one model of car we now have 3 models of the same car With all these changes it was two decades that helped in defining what the car is in America These two decades are the turbulent muscle car era of the 60s and the technological era of the 90s But little is know if these decades and why they are of so much importance for the automobile And there is no better stating point then the 60s No decade of the twentieth century has created more powerful and stunning images than the 1960s It began with the slim election and then traumatic assassination of an attractive and energetic of President John Kennedy It saw enormous civil right movements that won series of legal victories leading to the passage of two major forms of civil right legislation the civil right act of 1964 and the Voter right act of 1965 It also saw a rise in idealism among the youth that began the 1960s and help in the success of President John Kennedy turn and changed into angry rebellion many against the aspects of American culture and politics This produced a large upraise of student protest that rocked the nation at the end of the 60s But it was also this idealism the produced a dramatic period of political innovation nicked named the great society by President Lyndon Johnson He expanded the size and
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