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Before Google, 1964 World's Fair opened U.S. to diverse cultures

"Tomorrow-Land: The 1964-65 World's Fair and the Transformation of America" is by Joseph Tirella.

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"TOMORROW-LAND: The 1964-65 World's Fair and the Transformation of America," by Joseph Tirella, Lyons Press, $26.95, 360 pages (nf)
It may be difficult for those born after 1984 to imagine, but there was a time when one could not find out everything about a distant culture with the click of a mouse. No Internet could help because, well, no Internet existed.
Instead, people relied on books, magazines and the still relatively young thing called television to aid in their understanding. The jet aircraft made globe-hopping more possible, not only sending writers and photographers to faraway places but also ...

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