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The events, personalities and music of 1955-79 11: 1965 Eve of Destruction. Riots in Selma and Watts; bombs over Vietnam; blackout in New York and udi in Rhodesia.
Draft dodgers, mini skirts and Emma Peel. MBES for The Beatles but no Satisfaction for the Stones. Talkin' 'bout My Generation*
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