Examples of counterculture in a Sentence
the counterculture of the hippies
He was part of the antiwar counterculture.
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Ayahuasca emerged again in the early 1960s with the counterculture movement.
There are no counterculture skeletons in Craker’s closet; only dirty boots and botany books.
Bieber’s archive includes an estimated 40,000 vinyl albums and thousands of soundboard tapes and videocassettes, as well as promotional items, posters, complete runs of counterculture newspapers, and much more.
Mark Ein, the venture capitalist who recently bought Washington City Paper, could never be confused for the counterculture contrarians who often patronize alternative news weeklies.
Johnson: Not just the lesbian mafia, but the whole counterculture.
Only with the rise of the counterculture in the late 1960s did evangelicals begin to formulate the conservative and putatively Christian politics with which they are now widely associated.
The new interest in food wasn’t limited to the counterculture.
In real life, Carlebach — influenced by American folk-rock and the counterculture explosion of the 1960s — became a major figure in contemporary Jewish religious music.
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