Examples of counterculture in a Sentence
the counterculture of the hippies
He was part of the antiwar counterculture.
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The man in the photo is Ira Einhorn, who in the 1960s and early ’70s was known as an academic expert on the counterculture movement.
The rising profile of armed militant groups in the counterculture movement gave urgency to the legislation.
Wolfe leaves behind a literary legacy that details the lives of diverse milieus, from Cuban immigrants to New York City’s elite to the hippie counterculture.
As opposed to going the typical counterculture route—as its namesake is wont to do—and leaning away from its music festival roots, the menu steers into it.
Academy students are interested in subjects such as graphic arts and journalism, but the live painting performance also fit with an American Studies class that just finished a session on counterculture and graffiti, Navarra said.
With a powerful assist from Timothy Leary, the flamboyant Harvard psychology professor, psychedelics had escaped the laboratory, falling into the eager arms of the counterculture.
Others of us wanted to believe a megalomaniacal celebrity who married into a vacuous reality-television family was a counterculture revolutionary capable of making a nouveau black power album.
Beginning in the same era as the hippie movement, Ultimate is connected at the joint to that counterculture, and at its core, the sport embodies that spirit.
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