The 60's Part 4

The 60's Part 4 - The Sixties Part Four : pages 130-166...

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The Sixties Part Four : pages 130-166 “There Must Be Someway Out of Here”: Kids blamed the war on the older generation Kids felt Establishment was hypocritical In 1969 the govt. began rounding up so- called leaders of the demonstrations at the 1968 Democratic Convention. The federal judge of the Establishment was Julius Hoffman The youth began to alienate themselves and they drove themselves to a counterculture, they began to grow long hair, not showering, being promiscuous doing drugs, and being rebellious The values had seemed to change Weltanschauung: Black culture influenced many young whites not only in music, but as well in their sexual standards. Interracial dating became more of a commonplace Hippies blasted the church Hippies just wanted to be free from everything “If it feels good do it” was the motto Dope helped hippies escape, especially from the Establishment Hippies made their own decisions They had no problem with nudity and sexuality Money was an issue for hippies, some held jobs while others didn’t
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course HIST 106 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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The 60's Part 4 - The Sixties Part Four : pages 130-166...

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