Looking back there are certain years that leave an indelible stamp upon our history, whether because of political reasons, cultural accomplishments or scientific achievements. One of those years was 1969.The year 1969 sounded the close of one of the stormiest decades in our nation’s history. With the Vietnam War and Civil Rights movements in full swing, it was a year that saw Richard Nixon become our president, the implantation of the first temporary artificial heart, the debut of “Sesame ...

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