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What was the social structure and lifestyle for those participating in the Counter Culture of the 1960s?


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Many people, especially the younger generation, dropped out of what was considered normal society. Women began to protest the traditional roles of wife and mother that was normally expected of them. Many young people joined civil rights and anti-war movements. Demonstrations took place at colleges around the country. Others lived in communes, sharing possessions, and free-love was commonplace.


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