2003 marked the 70th anniversary of U.S.News & World Report. The following is a selection of images from the 1960s that represent national and world events as reported by U.S. News and offer a snapshot view of the magazine's history.
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President Kennedy's friends are saying that the President would be delighted to have Republican Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona as his opponent in 1964. The White House group is of the opinion that the big Eastern States, whith their heavy labor vote, would swamp Mr. Goldwater.
This gallery from our photo archive offers an inside look at Kennedy's brief time in office.
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The following photographs were taken by U.S.News & World Report photographers throughout the 1960s. Many of these images were never published.
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The 1960s were a turbulent time of social change in America, from U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War to the assassination of President Kennedy. U.S.News & World Report followed the events of this rocky decade closely, as shown through this selection of covers.
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