Online newspapers dating from vietnam war
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Cynical enough to laugh when Johnson was caricatured by the left-wing press as that deranged prisoner of the Pentagon, Loony Bins Johnson.
The New York Times is running a series on the Vietnam War under the headline "Vietnam 67," accompanied by the brief introduction: "Historians, veterans and journalists recall 1967 in Vietnam, a year that changed the war and changed America." Casting a year in the light of its 50th anniversary is a storytelling device.
In the spring of 1967, historians, veterans and journalists could look back 50 years to 1917 as "a year that changed the war (WWI) and changed America." Some of them did.
Popular culture, which consumed far more of Americans' time and money than politics, had yet to emerge from the shadow of the '50s.
In 1963, the list of recording artists with hits included numerous '50s stars — Tony Bennett, Al Martino, Brenda Lee, Nat King Cole among others.