2003 marked the 70th anniversary of U.S.News & World Report. The following is a selection of images from the 1970s 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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It is leading Republican "conservatives"spearheaded by Senator Barry Goldwaterwho are credited with applying the pressure that brought action by President Nixon in the Watergate affair. Said a disgruntled "liberal": "That puts the 'conservatives' up front carrying the banner for honesty in government."
This gallery from our photo archive offers an inside look at the Watergate scandal.
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The following photographs were taken by U.S.News & World Report photographers throughout the 1970s. Many of these images were never published.
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The 1970s were a decade of fear and of change. Watergate, the oil crisis, and the hostage crisis in Iran impacted Americans' trust of their government while the women's liberation, civil rights, and environmental movements picked up speed. U.S.News & World Report followed the events of these changing times, as shown through this selection of covers.
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