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USA. New York City. 1968. Arlene Hawkins

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Volume 2, p.38 - ID: t001882 - NYPL Digital Gallery

6th ave flea in nyc '70s

Untitled, c.1960’s, Chicago. Vivian Maier

17 year old Bianca Passarge of Hamburg dresses up as a cat, complete with furry tail and dances on wine bottles, June 1958. Her performance was based on a dream and she practiced for eight hours every day in order to perfect her dance. Photo: Carlo Polito/BIPs/Getty Images

FYI: Most historians agree that while bayonets are still issued by the Marines and other military units, U.S. soldiers last regularly used bayonets during the Korean War, though the British did bring a few to a 2004 skirmish in the Falkland Islands. For more political buzzwords from history, check out Politics, the Fall 2012 issue of Lapham’s Quarterly. Pictured: A Union Army soldier and his bayonet, 1864.