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At the 1971 Harvard Law Review banquet, feminist activist Gloria Steinem ruffled more than a few feathers.
A 1930s psychologist enrolled a pair of unwitting subjects — his own infant and an adopted baby chimp — to test whether nurture triumphs over nature.
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Guitarist Charlie Christian was warming up with fellow musicians, waiting for bandleader Benny Goodman, and a smooth jazz classic was born.
When women stormed Lady Liberty in 1970, they demanded that females around the world unite.
This singer, pianist and composer turned her multifaceted artistry — and her anger — into a powerful voice for equality.
More than 40 street gangs with a shared penchant for violence over turf, ethnic and religious beefs made ’70s New York a perfect set for cinematic gore.