In the 1970s, if you had curly hair, you could sport an Afro. If you had straight hair, you could wear Dorothy Hamill's wedge cut or Farrah Fawcett's feathery flip. Both men and women disco-danced in bell-bottoms and platform shoes. However, equality in the fashion world was not enough. The Women's Liberation Movement wanted women to have the same opportunities in business and education that men had. Readers will learn about the fashions, fads, pop culture icons, and world events of the 1970s.