The 70’s were a time of sweeping social, economic, technological and cultural change. Now thanks to Harris Publications’ new commemorative issue, The 70’s – The Sights, Sounds & Scandals of the “Me Decade,” readers can revisit this action-packed decade through 100, full-color pages.

Packed with iconic photos, in-depth features and pop-culture briefs, The 70’s covers topics from far-out fashion to TV, politics, sports and entertainment. Star Wars, the breakup of The Beatles, the uprising at Kent State, a shift in TV programming with the introduction of shows like All in the Family, and Roots, the first Apple computer and VCR and the advent of roller blades and the Walkman – these are the events and innovations that laid the framework for the America in which we now live.

In this special issue, Harris Publications editors turn back the clock and revisit the highs and lows of the decade. Readers should dust off their bell-bottoms and platform shoes and shake their groove thing as they read through the pages of this special celebration of the “Me Decade.”

The newest edition in Harris’ American Icons series, The 70’s joins the company’s collection of commemorative titles that include Marilyn Monroe – The Private Marilyn, Best of Bond, Sinatra 100 – A Celebration, Albert Einstein – The Essence of Genius, and many more. Each beautifully styled, in-depth issue intelligently covers the title topic with expertly researched and designed content that entertains and informs.

The 70’s retails for $12.99 and is available on newsstands everywhere, or online at