It’s been called the year America grew up, the year that the slide began, the year it all went wrong. Whatever labels we may give to it, there’s no denying that 1963 was a watershed year. It began with a dubious centennial – 100 years since the end of slavery – and ended with a nation in mourning. In the months between the country almost tore itself apart. Yes, 1963 is a year to remember and, here, at American Implosion we intend to just that.
We’ll be building a nostalgic portal where you’ll be able to indulge your passion for the past in all sorts of areas.