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Charles Manson and 3 of his female followers are charged for the Tate-LaBianca case from 1969.
The launching of Apollo 14 occurs, ending in a third lunar mission that touches down on the moon on February 5th, with the crew of Alan Shepard, Stuart Roosa, and Edgar Mitchell.
Voting rights in state elections are granted to women in Switzerland. Read More
The Nasdaq Composite, a newly invented index for the stock market, is presented for the first time.
The signing of the Convention on Psychotropic drugs takes place in Vienna. Read More
The first procedures of abortus provocatus are performed by doctors in the first Dutch abortion clinic.
A world record is set by Evel Knievel by jumping over 19 cars. Read More
Restrictions placed on owning gold is lifted in the United Kingdom. Read More
The sentence of the gas chamber is given to the Manson Family for following Charles Manson.
60% of Americans claim to be against the Vietnam War, according to the Harris Poll. Read More
The opening of Six Flags Magic Mountain occurs in Valencia, California Read More
The first person to sit in the Australian Parliament that is indigenous to Australia is Neville Bonner.
The United States War on Drugs is proclaimed by President Nixon. Read More
The first flights carried out by Southwest Airlines begin between Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio in Texas.
Government injunctions in the United States are ruled as unconstitutional by the publication of the Pentagon Papers by the United States Supreme Court.
Jim Morrison, the lead singer of the band The Doors, dies in Paris, France. Read More
The voting age is reduced from 21 to 18 upon the certification of the 26th Amendment to the United States Constitution by President Nixon.
A visit to China scheduled for 1972 is announced by President Nixon. Read More
A treaty is signed between Italy and Austria in an attempt to end an argument in South Tyrol.
The formation of the South Pacific Forum occurs. Read More
The Bretton Woods system is ended when United States makes an announcement that it will no longer change dollars into gold at a fixed value, upon a declaration made by President Richard Nixon.
The first known Shamu orca wale dies. Read More
The opening of the theme park in Orlando, Florida, Disney World, occurs. Read More
The Intel 4004 is produced as the world's first microprocessor. Read More
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