Hippies - a. widely accepted b. expression of free speech...

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III. The Hippie Movement had political and cultural aftershocks. A. Political Aftershocks 1. Kent State Shootings a. May 4, 1970 b. protest Vietnam War i. Nixon ii. bomb Cambodia c. Governor James Rhodes i. National Guard ii. 4 students shot aa. Allison Krause bb. Jeffrey Miller cc. Sandra Scheur dd. William Schroeder 2. Black Panther Party a. black activist group i. Huey Newton ii. Bobby Seale b. goals i. self-defense ii. pride iii. 10 Point Program c. violence i. black activists ii. law enforcement officials d. legacy i. civil rights ii. pride iii. “black power” 3. Political Demonstrations
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Unformatted text preview: a. widely accepted b. expression of free speech c. not repressed WORK W/ VISUAL AID!!! Conclusion I. Things change A. no free love B. no flower power C. Grunge faded II. Things remain A. Anti-war demonstrations B. Bell-bottoms C. Poetry Readings III. Restate Central Idea A. Early Hippies B. Major Events C. Political/Cultural Aftershocks VI. Quote- Editor of The Oracle The Hippie movement is far and away the most unique, the most extraordinary, and the most revolutionary in human history....
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2008 for the course SPCM 101 taught by Professor Lefever during the Fall '07 term at Montclair.

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