The Big Book of the 70's #1

    The Big Book of the 70's » The Big Book of the 70's #1 released by Paradox Press on May 1, 2000.

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    An anthology book about true event in the 70s. 
    THE BIG BOOK OF THE 70'S is a comprehensive and educational journey back to the most tumultuous and tacky decade of modern history. Using comic strips to revisit the "Me" Era, this entertaining cultural history text looks at the origins and emergence of such oddities as the pet rock, bell bottoms, mood rings, disco, streaking, and running. But at the same time deeper issues like Vietnam, the women's movement, terrorism, and the gasoline shortage are also treated with the respect that they deserve. A roller coaster ride through a time of extreme change and diversity, this book shows not only the fads and phenomena of the seventies but also how they have affected today's society.  



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    I love anthologies and I enjoy Paul Pope and one of my absolute favorite members of comic ( Roxanne Starr) I guess knew this and pushed this book in my direction.  As the letter of the book, Roxanne Starr knew first hand how great it is and I agree it is great.  [For Roxanne Starr: I am really grateful to her that this was my birthday present from her this year and thank you very much Rx it was a great read and you were right I loved it.]This is not the first Factoid Book I read, but this one I ...

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