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The 1950s were a period of large-scale reconstruction and social reorganization that saw the overhaul of American-era institutions.
The 1973 oil crisis spurred the Qavan economy, as nations sought non-OPEC sources of oil import. Relations were officially normalized with the United States in early 1975.