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        Florida Footprints | The Paths of Progress (1945-1975)

        Following World War II, progress in North Central Florida takes several paths. It begins with a population explosion that has consequences on the economy and education.  New highways and interstates are developed to improve transportation and tourism.  And as civil rights issues and opposition to the war in Vietnam gain traction across the country, the city of Tallahassee and its two state universities become a hub for boycotts and protests. 

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