Sixty-five years seems like a long time, and it is. Look at how much has changed: In 1930 the nation was just entering the Great Depression and all the political and social dislocations the second World War would engender were still years off. From the vantage point of 1930, it would have been difficult to imagine changes that the modern era would bring, even in areas as common as transportation and communication: It would have been impossible to conjure up images of a network of ...
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