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Post-War%20West%20II%20Sex%20Drugs%20and%20Rock%20n%27%20Roll

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Post-War West (II), 1950-1973: Sex, Drugs, and Rock N’ Roll
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The Fruits of Prosperity: The American (and everyone else’s) Dream America’s Quarter Century Rising Expectations Higher Education Occupational Proliferation --management, professions, government
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The Fruits of Prosperity: Higher Education liberty and equality individualism—”Do your own thing” drugs—liberation of mind expansion: “Tune in, turn on, drop out.” “I believe in excess.” “Break on Through to the Other Side”—Jim Morrison Sexual liberation—the birth control pill
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The Youth Movement, 1950s and 1960s The Baby Boom A Generational Cohort Age-consciousness: Youth as the fullest stage of human development: “Never trust anyone over 30.”—Abbie Hoffman
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(Electric) Music Rock n’ Roll as a music form The Electric Guitar
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The 1950s Buddy Holly
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Chuck Berry
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Elvis Presley
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The Music Business The Recording Industry and consumer capitalism --An affluent youth --technology: 45s, LPs and 8-tracks --radios, cars, and tape decks --concerts
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Record Sales, U.S.
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