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counterculture

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcounterculturecoun‧ter‧cul‧ture /ˈkaʊntəˌkʌltʃə $ -tərˌkʌltʃər/ noun [uncountable]  the art, beliefs, behaviour etc of people who are against the usual or accepted behaviour, art etc of society the counterculture revolution of the late 1960s
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countercultureIn 1976 the counterculture still had a solid beachhead in Athens, Ohio.The relationship of progressive rock and the counterculture is thus uneasy and internally contradictory.The environmental group had its roots in the counterculture of the 1960s.As a member of the counterculture I had tried to get excited by the New Games in which no one loses.In rejecting the reductionism of rationalism, the counterculture was so deeply anti-intellectual that it forfeited access to its own history.How, in that case, could late 1960s progressive rock be specific to the counterculture?Within the counterculture, moreover, the response to each of the songs would have been different among different subgroups.
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