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The 80's

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Lucy Koehler

on 7 June 2011

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The 80's Michael Jackson was in his prime feathered hair was very in style so were side pony tails and bleach blond hair The style was: Tight acid wash jeans
Leg warmers
Neon The whole world watched when Princess Diana and Prince Charles got married Apple released the first Macintosh computer in 1984 This song was prolific in the 80's. It came out in 1982, but it's still well known today 1989 came with the fall of the Berlin Wall Which signified the triumpth of democracy over communism and the reuniting of Eastern and Western Europe. The US stopped fearing the power of communism so much after this incident. Americans gained confidence that the world wanted democracy. In 1986, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant suffered from a huge explosion that killed at least 5o people and had contuing health affects in the area. There was an assination attemp on Ronald Reagan, and revolutionary singer John Lenon of the Beatles was killed. AIDS awareness grew Catch phrases: Totally
Take a chill pill
No duh The Chinese suffered from the Tiananmen Square Massacre, and the world saw the repressive Chinese government in action Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman Supreme Court Justice which was a major triumph for women's rights. She was an inspiration for women who aspired to hold typically male dominated professions. Nintendo, cabbage patch dolls, and Rubik's cube were cool. MTV launched in 1981 to promote music and has since grown into much more By: Lucy Koehler Everyone came back to the Future in 1985
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