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Did the Sixties counterculture achieve anything?

In Salon, Gary Kamiya reviews “The Sixties Unplugged” by Gerard DeGroot: His book is broken into 67 shortish sections, most of them dealing directly or indirectly with the counterculture, but a number covering extraneous subjects: the Sharpeville massacre in South Africa, the Vatican’s “Humanae Vitae” encyclical, the Arab-Israeli Six-Day War, the Watts riots, the Vietnam … Continue reading Did the Sixties counterculture achieve anything?