Some of the famous people in the 1960s were Marilyn Monroe, who was an actress, John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated in the 60's (shot dead) ,and there was also some of the famous bands such as the Beach Boys, Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Sonny and Cher, and many more. Martin Luther King Jr., Neil Armstrong, General William Westmoreland, Nikita Kruschev, and lots more that you can find on the internet.
Also Elvis Presley was very famous from the 50's and 60's.
Spontaneous emergence of grammar.
Answer Firstly, it's "highly strung", or sometimes "high-strung". There are at least two possible origins for the phrase, one from stringed musical instruments and the other from archery, the latter from a bow which has been over-strung, that is with a too-short string. The implication with both possibilities is that an implement with a string too tight is on the verge of some sort of breakdown, just as with a person who it's suggested is "highly strung" is nervy and jumpy and not completely in control.
Blacks should be treated just like whites
Jump Jim Crow is a song and dance from 1828 that was done in blackface by white comedian Thomas Dartmouth (T.D.) "Daddy" Rice. The number was supposedly inspired by the song and dance of a crippled African slave called Jim Cuff or Jim Crow variously claimed to have resided in St. Louis, Cincinnati or Pittsburgh. The song became a huge 19th century hit, and Rice performed all over the country as Daddy Jim Crow.
As a result of Rice's fame, 'Jim Crow' had become a pejorative term for 'African-American' by 1838 and from this, the laws of racial segregation became known as Jim Crow laws.