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Y E A R S M A G A Z I N E

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  1. Y E A R S M A G A Z I N E What the president does next! This “ Years” favorite /top song! $2.75 November 1

  2. Songs of 1967 • Respect- Aretha Franklin • All You Need Is Love- Beatles • Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone- Beatles • I’m A Believer- Monkees • The Happening- Supremes • Groovin- The Rascals • Hello, Goodbye- Beatles • Happy Together- Turtles • Kind a Drag- Buckinghams • To Sir With Love- Lulu 1

  3. A little respect I get tired Keep on tryin' You're runnin' out of foolin‘’ And I ain't lyin' (Re, re, re, re) 'spect When you come home (Re, re, re ,re) Or you might walk in And find out I'm gone (Just a little bit) I got to have A little respect “I think this song reflects the culture of times by it saying, show some respect. This song was made because of the racism and hatred that that year had. This chorus line particular Is saying you're gunna have to keep on trying because you're not gunna take me down. This song hit top 10 songs in year 1967. This song was so relatable to people , with its catchy and beady rhythm that’s why everybody fell in love with this song. “ -Amy Rice, Texarkana, TX 2

  4. What The President Did? “He lead a great society and knew what was right and what was wrong. Johnson was definitely has made and impact on our history.” –James Hart, Little Rock, AR Lyndon B. Johnson (1908-1973) became the 36th president of the United States following the November 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963). Lyndon B. Johnson was the president in year 1967. 3

  5. The Achieved Sports Fame? Kareem Abdul- Jabbar “Kareem is such an inspirational leader and a passionate advocate for health and education, and we’re thrilled to have him take part in our annual convention,” said California State PTA President Carol Kocivar. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is a global icon that changed the game of professional basketball and went on to become a New York Times best-selling author, award-winning filmmaker and ambassador of education. You can’t win unless you learn how to lose. -Kareem Abdul-Johnson