Forty years after the 1960s ended, we still live in the world shaped during those remarkable times. Now the editors of TIME explore the '60s in all its vivid and wild extremes. This book showcases key TIME magazine reporting and eyewitness accounts from those that lived it. From the Vietnam War to the US Civil Rights movement - the sexual revolution and women's liberation movement; the thrill of Beatlemania and the landing on the moon; and finally, the sorrow as three of America's great leaders are assassinated. The '60s produced some of the most compelling imagery in history. This book takes readers on a visual journey through the decade that rocked nations to the core. Change defined the decade; changing attitudes, outrageous trends, and new perspectives stemmed from the events spanning a mere 10 years, and 40 years later still have a profound effect.