The Counterculture Movement of the 1960s
William S. McConnell
Greenhaven Press, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 204 pages
With the emergence of student activism in the early 1960s, American youth reorganized the political conscience of a nation. By protesting against the Vietnam War, fighting for civil equality between the races, and introducing drugs and sexual freedom to a younger generation, the counterculture movement impacts both political and social practices in America.
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