by W. J. Rorabaugh
The Sixties counterculture, its beliefs and practices, its odyssey into the Seventies, and its many legacies as it became integrated into mainstream culture help explain the United States today.
SOURCE: University of Washington
"In the 1960s I lived in the San Francisco Bay Area, the flower power epicenter, and while I was never a hippie, one of my best friends from high school spent 13 years living a countercultural life. So the topic always interested me."
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