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NATION OF REBELS: Why Counter Culture Became Consumer Culture

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Charting the counterculture from its hippie beatification in the '60s, the authors demonstrate how both it and succeeding variations, however punkish or nerdish, have been routinely subsumed into the consumer-fueled machinery of American capitalism.Heath (Philosophy/Univ. of Toronto) and Potter (Philosophy/Trent Univ.) will allow the phrase "co-opted" for those who insist on remaining angry about ... Read full review

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