Chapter 23 Storyboard

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  • 1960s Counterculture 
  • The 60s Counterculture consisted of youth and young people mostly. They rejected many beliefs that were commonly held by the society. It took place all over the US, eventually leading to other countries too. Millions took part in this lifestyle or supported this lifestyle. Hippies protested peace in Vietnam and other political issues. They were essential to the story line of the 60s. 
  • The Final Act: Rolling Stones
  • Hells Angels were hired for safety by the Rolling Stones at a multiple band concert since violence was rising at the venue. The Hells Angels were paid with $500 worth of beer. Things got out of hand pretty quickly. One fan was killed because he had a gun with apparent murderous intent.
  • The Final Act: Rolling Stones
  • 60s fashion for women was influenced by Jackie Kennedy and other top models of the time. Men's fashion were influenced mostly by Kennedy. Hippies influenced each other and dressed different than everyone else. They made up most of the population in this time.
  • Hippies
  • LSD (Acid)
  • LSD became a symbol of the 1960s counterculture. Tim Leary, a scientist from Harvard, encouraged users and even created a religion based on the "trips" the drug gives. The drug is dangerous; it can give pleasure or sheer terror to the user. Some can even get stuck in a "trip".
  • The "hippie" became the lifestyle of the 60s counterculture. This lifestyle consisted of more casual outlooks on drugs and sex, innovations in food, fashion, music, and basically held the almost opposite values as their parents once held dear. Their slogans explained their beliefs: Make love, not war. Don't trust anyone over 30. Turn on, tune in, drop out. etc.
  • Hippies
  • University and School Protests
  • Much of the 60s Counterculture protests occurred on college or school campus's. Some of the protests turned violent or deadly. The police were called and sometimes even forces stronger than the military.
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