In the 1960s, in fact, community groups across America had seemed to stand on the threshold of a new era of expanded involvement.Except for the civic drought induced by the Great Depression, their activity had shot up year after year, cultivated by assiduous civic gardeners and watered by increasing affluence and education. Churches and synagogues were packed, as more Americans worshiped together than only a few decades earlier, perhaps more than ever in American history.Not only can you earn a commission on qualifying memberships purchased, but we will also pay you PER MINUTE for all women that you refer to the line! Unauthorized copying or duplication in any form strictly prohibited without prior written consent.Thinking about Social Change in America No one is left from the Glenn Valley, Pennsylvania, Bridge Club who can tell us precisely when or why the group broke up, even though its forty-odd members were still playing regularly as recently as 1990, just as they had done for more than half a century.Summarizing dozens of studies, political scientist Robert E.
By 1965 disrespect for public life, so endemic in our history, seemed to be waning.
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The civic-minded World War II generation was, as its own John F.
Kennedy proclaimed at his inauguration, picking up the torch of leadership, not only in the nation's highest office, but in cities and towns across the land.