- n. The decade from 1960 to 1969. Also known as the 60s.
- n. the decade from 1960 to 1969
“One of the biggest changes in historians 'understanding since the 1960s is their knowledge of the overwhelming role played by epidemic disease.”
“The fact that NASA cannot perform the same feat better with less money today than they could in the 1960s is the source of embarrassment.”
“Things like Weathermen are just people giving the forecast and the 1960s is ancient history. so, while the right thinks it so important and such a big deal, people of Obama's age group look at that time as just so long ago and totally different era from them.”
“Civil rights during the 1950s and 1960s is the biggest example.”
“From early experiments in 1960s New York, in which choreographers such as Yvonne Rainer and Lucinda Childs created boundary-dissolving events with visual artists like Robert Rauschenberg, to the contemporary work of dance-makers such as Xavier Le Roy and film-makers such as Isaac Julien, this crossover strand has wound beneath the mainstream artistic currents for a half-century, occasionally flashing into visibility, but more often disappearing underground.”
“Historians might note that the makers of these works are all British, except the American-born Mr. Kitaj; that they are contemporaries; and that they all came of age as artists in 1960s Swinging London.”
“The liberalism associated with California since the 1960s is simply unworkable with the new population.”
“Although the Light and Space movement that emerged in Los Angeles in the 1960s is no longer "new," the pieces in "New School Cool" illustrate that it is still exceedingly "cool.”
“I just discovered that the ORIGINAL, classic PRISONER televison show, broadcast in the 1960s, is being shown in its entirety on the AMC Movie Classics website, via streaming video.”
“The Great Race, like most supersized comedies of the 1960s, is too long for its own good, but it does have its pleasures:”
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