The “Silent Majority” elected Richard Nixon in hopes of returning the nation to calmness after the turbulent ’60s. But the ’70s would prove to be a much different type of turbulent decade. It would take three years to end the war in Vietnam, The Beatles broke up, and eventually, Nixon himself was out. On television, “All in the Family” and “Saturday Night Live” premiered. In the theaters “The Godfather” and “Star Wars” broke records. Women were taking the pill and taking over the playing field with Title IX equality, and Roe v. Wade became the law of the land. Bring your memories.