What was the impact of the counter culture of the 1960s on the Vietnam War?
The Vietnam War impacted the culture in the US. Defiance!
The drafting of college students was the reason for the counter culture and student unrest during the 1960's. ROTC buildings were routinely targeted and burned on college campuses thru-out the nation. ROTC programs were largely cancelled during the 1970's to avoid rioting. Only recently have ROTC programs been re-vitalized on College campuses in the United States. The Vietnam War had to be fought by draftees. The mobilizing of military reserves could be construed as a…
I don't really know all of them, but the biggest counter-culture (and most dominant) was the hippie movement. The hippie movement encouraged love and anti-war sentiments and was often related to drugs. Obviously, at the time, it went against mainstream ideas - therefore creating the counter-culture. But yeah, that's one of them.
What effect does the Vietnam war have on morrie's department at brandeis university during the 1960s?
Who was directly linked to the dramatic increase in the number of troops deployed to Vietnam in the mid-1960s?
Those who emulate the counter-culture of the "hippies" may adopt the outward appearance, e.g. drive reproduction 1960s cars, dress like 1960s, listen to 1960s music, wear their hair like 1960s. Or they may follow similar philosophies, being disenchanted with the material world and seeking various types of personal or spiritual expression. Some New Age movements share aspects with hippie-ism. Note: The "real" hippies are either dead or in their late 60s to 70s.