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The textured life

What we can still learn from the '70s

( United Press International/1975)
By Thomas Hine
April 5, 2009

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SHAG RUGS ARE back in the stores. The rooms in decorating magazines are starting to look just a little bit cluttered. Solar panels are hot. Men are wearing beards. There are orange cars on the road, something not seen since the days of the flaming Ford Pinto. For all we know, avocado-colored appliances are about to mount a comeback. (Full article: 1083 words)

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