When I was growing up, Ruger's first entry into the long gun market was their unique .44 Magnum Carbine introduced in I960
. It was a head-turner.
Some of these 'enthusiastic workers', disgusted at the lack of opportunity, set sail for New Zealand; by I960
British migrants had swelled the New Zealand population by more than a quarter.
He remarked in i960
of his pleasure at 'being able to study at my ease, in complete privacy, a sample, however small, of the work of an artist whom I revere'.
That was between i960
and 1969, when agriculture was the economic powerhouse, accounting for 57% of GDP and 64.5% of export earnings.
TRAXLER RUTH & BENJAMIN WENATCHEE 0.3800 3172 I960
Caption: BELOW: Buffy Sainte-Marie performs at a I960
Boettke thus deems the second phase of Hayek's career, from 1940 to I960
, "The Abuse of Reason Project." Boettke astutely asserts that this turn in Hayek's research stems from the interrelated philosophical and analytical rejection of the first phase of his ideas.
One account of his life went so far as to say, "It was his writing that made him Americas Gunsmith'...." He wrote for several magazines, including Shooting Times (writing a monthly gunsmithing column from i960
until 1982), and he also authored five books.
There is a long tradition of books offering the "inside story" of elections, going back to Theodore White's The Making of the President i960
. The risk with such books is always that the enthralling story yields few lessons that have general application.
This is his perspective in The Two Cultures (1959), Science and Government (i960
), The Physicists (1981).
In 1950, the Navy's accident rate was one and one-half times that of the Air Force; by I960
and through 1970, it was four times higher than that of the Air Force, despite a concurrent reduction in the overall accident rate for both services.