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...ter-culture emerged by a generation of young people called "hippies". They shocked the American Society and created the big movement themselves. They revolutionized the society with changes in family structure, strict and established values, music, politics, anti-war movements and created drug and alcohol abuse for the next generations. Those all had a long-term impact on the American society. People were stunned with those young people's concerns, protests, screaming voice to get noticed about war and civil rights. The negative and the positive affects of counter-culture can be seen today across the nation. Counter-culture formed a generation who made a huge difference in people's lives in the sixties and still does today. The hippies grew and are now the parents and the leads of the American Society. As long as they are carrying these values, the impact will remain.
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