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Counterculture in the 1960's?

The heart of the 1960s Counterculture was not accepting the status quo, but rather, questioning authority figures and the political norm such as the federal government, in ord (MORE)

How was the hippie movement a type of counterculture?

The hippies were almost rebellious. They wanted to be different and live they're life freely. They enjoyed almost anything that caused them pleasure which was different from t (MORE)

What were the causes of the counterculture in the 1960s?

Possibly the Vietnam War: Kennedy's assassination is rumored by some historians to be linked to the war; Senator Kennedy was linked to his brother's programs, he was assassina (MORE)

What are examples of countercultures?

Countercultures are a kind of subculture that deliberately opposes certain aspects of the larger society. Examples of this would be the hippies of the 60's, anarchists, the KK (MORE)

What does counterculture mean?

It means whatever is considered outside the norm of society. For instance, the illegal drug activity in the world is a counterculture. This is always changing because society (MORE)

What event that helped create the counterculture?

The Vietnam war was what really started the hippie movement in the 60's and 70's. People were tired of being in a war that couldn't be won, and many, mostly young students on (MORE)