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The 1960s

A guide to researching the 1960s

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Using This Guide

Welcome! This guide is intended for MCLA students doing research for their class on the 1960s.

left arrowUse the blue tabs on the left to navigate through the different research areas and topics available in this guide. When you click on a tab, you will notice that the different sections of the page will appear nested under it in grey. You can either click on these to jump to a specific part of the page, or simply scroll down to look at all of the available resources.
 
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch with me.
Hundreds of thousands of marchers gather around the reflecting pool during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, August 28, 1963. Reuters/Rowland Scherman/U.S. National Archives

Thank you to Natalie Borisovets from Rutgers University for her permission to adapt her 1960s in America guide.

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