TELL IT TO THE FUTURE is a compilation of stories and timelines spanning the decades of the twentieth century.
TELL IT TO THE FUTURE
Writers' International Network
TELL IT TO THE FUTURE vividly paints a portrait of America during the decades of the twentieth century with stories written by the people who lived it; 18-93 year olds. Each story depicts what that decade was like from their prospective . The reader can learn, reminisce, or experience each decade as it comes a live as if you were transpoted in time. The timelines lay out the foundation of the times with information about US and World Events, Science and Technology, Entertainment, Sports and other Facts. This is truly and America you will never forget.
While television became a staple in American homes, more of the population was becoming better informed of events in our country and the world. This portal also opened up Pandora's box resulting in the youth of our nation questioning everything. The sixties started out as an idealistic time, characterized by our President and First Lady. The Kennedy's epitomized a time of family, elegance and community service Jacquiline Bouvier Kennedy became a role model for womenaand young girls who followed her fashions and admired her personal accomplishments. President Kennedy's charm and charism, and easy going manner set a tone for Americans...until fear gripped our nation. The "Camelot" years were soon to end as one event led to another: the Cuban Missle Crisis, President Kennedy's Assassination, War in Vietnam, struggle for Civil Rights, and the assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy. Marches, protests, violence created a nation tearing itself apart.