The Similarities And Similarities Between The 1960s And The 2000s

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In this essay, we will be telling you the differences and similarities between the 1960s and the 2000s. The year 1969 was 49 years ago but that does not mean that it was forgotten, some of the things in the 1960s are still here today in 2018. Some of the activities we will be comparing is economy, president 's, education, jobs, celebrities, dances, entertainment, and music. All of this has changed overtime but are still relevant to this modern day. The 60s has had a lot of changes since the 2000s, some of the things we learned about the 60s is that for teeagers they had a lot more opportunities to work over the summer. They could work at a gas station, they could do lawn mowing, babysitting, they could work at a movie theater, and they could work as a lifeguard. Jobs weren’t the only things people did in the 60s music and dancing was very popular as well. For dancing, people went to places such as dance halls. Dances both in the 60s and the 2000s are fast paced. Those are like clubs for the 60s. Not only was dancing and music popular so were some athletes. For example, Babe Ruth was known for not only for baseball, but was elected Baseball Hall of Fame, and Jesse Owens was famous for winning five Olympic gold medals in a row in the 1936 games. Not only athletes were different so were the Presidents, like Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th President, and Lyndon B. Johnson was the 36th President. Celebrities like Rock Hudson the “heartthrob” of the Hollywood golden age, and

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