It was the decade of Woodstock, counterculture and the draft.
The counterculture, or so called hippie, movement of the 1960s, is thought by many to have to have both peaked and ended at music festivals in 1969.
The Bohemian way of life is traditionally linked with free thinking counterculture and is influenced by the gypsy lifestyle.
counterculture of the 1960s.
They overturn our thinking and challenge us to adopt the way of life of a radical counterculture.
counterculture movement like the recent campaign against the World Bank.
They were subjected to unprecedented press scrutiny which included criticism of their later role as symbols of 1960s youth counterculture.
With Passport to Magonia Vallee moved into the realm of ' sixties counterculture ', in Clark's view.
Some of these restaurants are relics of the past, as they preserve, in one way or another, the hippie counterculture that was so popular in the city decades ago.
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