Contracultura annorum 1960

Marius Savio, activista sermonis liberi, in scalis Aedium Sproul apud Universitatem Californiensem, orationem habet, 1966.
Familia televisionem observat, circa 1958.
Obtestatores contra bellum.
Jerry Rubin in Universitate Buffaloensi contionem habet, 10 Martii 1970.
Tegmen Oz magazinae, numerus 31.
Tres icones rerum novarum annos 1960 cupidi: congressus Simonae de Beauvoir, Ioannis Pauli Sartre et Ernesti Guevara in Cuba, 1960.
Signum fallout shelter vetus indicat. Novi Eboraci in urbe.
Tegmen catalogi Whole Earth Catalog tellurem ut ab astronautis a luna redientibus visam monstrat.
The Stonewall Inn, Greenwich Village, Novi Eboraci, Septembre 1969.
Pars multitudinis 400 000 hominum, post pluviam in festo Woodstock, Augusto 1969
Pars muri apud Monumentum Veteranorum Vietnamiensium, quod nomina paene 60 000 mortuorum bellatorum Americanorum perscribit.

Contracultura annorum 1960 fuit res culturae quae in Civitatibus Foederatis et Britanniarum Regno orta est, et multum mundi Occidentalis ab annis 1960 ineuntibus ad medios annos 1970 tum attigit, ubi Londinium, Urbs Novum Eboracum, et Franciscopolis, et tum Amstelodamum, Lutetia, Roma, et Berolinum Occidentale, fuerunt seminaria actionum contraculturalium. Motus crevit cum motu iurum civilium Afroamericanorum, et paene revolutionarius factus est post interventum militarem reipublicae Americani in Vietnamia augendum.[3][4][5]

Via Carnaby Londinii, 1969.

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  1. Primum adhibitum in Expeditione pro Exarmatione Nucleari, deinde signum repugnationis Belli Indosinensis II (Liungman 1991:253).
  2. Westcott, Kathryn (20 Martii 2008). "World's best-known protest symbol turns 50". BBC .
  3. "Members of a cultural protest that began in the U.S. in the 1960s and affected Europe before fading in the 1970s . . . fundamentally a cultural rather than a political protest" (Hirsch 1993:419).
  4. Anderson 1995.
  5. Landis 1973:2: "Culture is the 'social heritage' of society. It includes the complex set of learned and shared beliefs, customs, skills, habits, traditions, and knowledge common to the members of society. Within a culture, there may be subcultures made up of specific groups that are somewhat separate from the rest of society because of distinct traits, beliefs, or or interests."

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