Nineteen hands went up.
The Nineteen Day Feast,…
In the nineteen‐sixties he conducted a long, well‐publicized series of raids on illegal saloons and homosexual gathering places.
In the nineteen-sixties, it was a decade.
By the nineteen-nineties, they needed to “downsize.”
In the early nineteen-hundreds, the American writer O.
In the nineteen-sixties, it increased by fifty per cent.
But I was nineteen—and what is nineteen, if not for shallow?
The eighteen-fifties hand off to the nineteen-thirties, which hand off to the nineteen-seventies.
James Taylor signed to the Beatles’ Apple Records at the tender age of nineteen, and has been a huge presence in American pop since 1970.
It felt as if I were sitting in a courtroom in Eastern Europe in the nineteen-forties, or the Soviet Union in the nineteen-thirties.
“The stuff that I did in the late nineteen-seventies and early nineteen-eighties didn’t use any innovation that hadn’t been known in the thirties.”
The stagnation of wages and incomes for working-class and lower-middle-class Americans goes back to the nineteen-seventies, and the enormous gains at the top began in the nineteen-eighties.
“The very high level of private wealth that has been attained since the nineteen-eighties and nineteen-nineties in the wealthy countries of Europe and in Japan,” Piketty says, “directly reflects the Marxian logic.”
It’s virtually guaranteed that the coming decade will be warmer than the twenty-tens, which were warmer than the two-thousands, which were warmer than the nineteen-nineties, which—you guessed it—were warmer than the nineteen-eighties.
The obscenity cases of the late nineteen-fifties and early nineteen-sixties helped to transform publishing from an industry of genteel, privately owned firms (with a few pirates) into one of publicly traded companies run by businessmen.
In 1972, the editors of Ms. put Wonder Woman on the cover of the first regular issue, bridging the distance between the feminism of the nineteen-tens and the feminism of the nineteen-seventies with the Wonder Woman of the nineteen-forties, the feminism of their childhoods.
The sweeping exhibition “Surrealism Beyond Borders,” at the Met, reframes the movement as a globe-trotting phenomenon that landed in forty-five countries (including Colombia, Czechoslovakia, Egypt, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines, Romania, Syria, Thailand, and Turkey) between the nineteen-twenties and the nineteen-seventies.
In particular, Szwed traces the stories of two important relationships that are missing from the book—with Charles Laughton, in the nineteen-thirties, and with Tallulah Bankhead, in the late nineteen-forties—and of one relationship that's sharply diminished in the book, her affair with Orson Welles around the time of “Citizen Kane.”
It happened not only with black cocaine use in the early twentieth century—fear-mongering was used to drum up support for the 1914 Harrison Narcotics Tax Act, which regulated and taxed the distribution of opiates and cocaine—but with Chinese immigrants and opium in nineteenth-century California; with Mexicans and marijuana in the nineteen-thirties; with black heroin use in the nineteen-fifties; with the inner-city crack epidemic of the nineteen-eighties; with the rise of meth in poor white communities at the turn of the twenty-first century.
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It happened not only with black cocaine use in the early twentieth century—fear-mongering was used to drum up support for the 1914 Harrison Narcotics Tax Act which regulated and taxed the distribution of opiates and cocaine—but with Chinese immigrants and opium in nineteenth-century California with Mexicans and marijuana in the nineteen-thirties with black heroin use in the nineteen-fifties with the inner-city crack epidemic of the nineteen-eighties with the rise of meth in poor white communities at the turn of the twenty-first century