November 4 Vietnam War — Vietnamization: The Soviet Union launches the Luna 17 mission on November 10, Pepper album in June of and one month later their manager Epstein dies of an overdose. In the second half of the s this generation gap widened as many of the young along with large numbers of older people questioned U.
About 15, protesters attend the rally and attempt to march towards the convention but are confronted by police. Rockefeller of New York becomes the second person to be appointed Vice President under the 25th Amendment to the Constitution — Watergate scandal: Another significant change is the age of voting is now lowered to 18 in the US.
In the assassinations of the Rev. The United States Military Assistance Command in Vietnam reports the lowest weekly American soldier death toll in five years 24 soldiers die that week, which is the fifth consecutive week the death toll is below 50; are reported wounded that week, however.
A new and more relaxed relationship developed slowly into the U. Paul McCartney joins the band in July. November 17 — Vietnam War: The bombing campaign lasted for over a year and took a great toll on the country as many civilian lives were lost.
October 19, - The Arab Oil Embargo: Ringo Starr joins the band as their drummer in August of after Best is fired. November 4, - The Iran Hostage Crisis begins when sixty-three Americans are among ninety hostages taken at the American embassy in Tehran by three thousand militant student followers of Ayatollah Khomeini, who demand that the former shah return to Iran to stand trial.
POWs are moved to a handful of central prison complexes as a result of this raid. November 6 — NASA puts a satellite into orbit which it claims can detect missile launching anywhere in the world November 9 — Vietnam War: The Bay of Pigs invasion failed, utterly and completely.
The Aswan High Dam is completed during July of Carter received a slight majority of the popular vote, as well as an Electoral College victory of to The crew rations supplies and power in order to safely return to Earth.
Kennedy, asserting that he wanted to "get the country moving again," won the presidency in a narrow victory over Vice President Richard M. People now began talking excitedly of "doing their own thing.
The House Judiciary Committee votes to impeach the President — President Nixon resigns, becoming the first and as ofthe only President to step down. The United States chooses to continue the bombing of the country, which lasts until As it made its descent towards the surface, Venera 7 transmitted data while traveling through Venus atmosphere and for about one second when it landed on the surface.
President to Peking, China begins. November 7, - In one of the most lopsided races in American Presidential election history, incumbent President Richard M. Kennedy seemed to confirm suspicions that dark currents of violence underlay many elements in American society.
He kept in motion a plan sponsored by the Central Intelligence Agency CIA and begun by the Eisenhower administration to land an invasion force in Cuba, which under Fidel Castro had become a Communist state and a Soviet state.
For the first time in five years, an entire week ends with no reports of United States combat fatalities in Southeast Asia.
Events from the year in the United States. Presentation of an American Flag by President Nixon, Incumbents Federal Government.
President: Richard Nixon (R August 29 – Rubén Salazar is shot and killed during a rally in East Los Angeles. September. Ford Pinto Runabout.
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History II; America in the s the United States also faced significant changes in its demographic portrait because of the economic problems the country faced and changes in immigration laws. First, the growth rate of the population during the '70s was one of the lowest in U.S.
history. This section of the Timeline of United States history concerns events from to s. The Watergate scandal causes Nixon to be the first U.S. president to resign from office.
President Ronald Reagan was the face of the United States during. The s was a decade marked by the Watergate scandal, the growing women's rights, gay rights and environmental movements, and s fashion and music.
Learn more on michaelferrisjr.com April 1, - For the first time, the census counted over million people living in the United States. The % increase since the last census indicated that a , population now called the U.S.A. home.
s Important News and Events, Key Technology Fashion and Popular Culture. The United States invades Cambodia. The first jumbo-jet, the Boeingmakes its debut commercial flight from New York to London. (OPEC), during the Yom Kippur War, announced that they would no longer ship petroleum to nations that had supported Israel.The historical events during the 1970s in the united states