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Hippies; Anti-War

An important aspect of the hippies movement was the anti-war protest. Many people were against the war, and this was shown in the music of many popular bands

This led to the popular slogan which resounds through the 1960′s hippie culture which is ‘Make love not war’

1960s and how the Vietnam war affected it.

Draft cards and draft card burning - it happened in Australia too as well as protest marches. My Cousin was one of the National Conscriptees sent to Vietnam & I was active in the protest movement.

NYC protest against the war in Vietnam in front of the United Nations building, 1966. For me, this is why our government let the attack on 911 happen...so they'd not have this many people protesting the war they needed to create.

NYC protest against the war in Vietnam in front of the United Nations building, Parte de mi investigacion

"Bombing For Peace Is Like Fucking For Virginity." This was on a sign in the 1960s during during a Vietnam War protest.

These movements include the civil rights movement, the student movement, the anti-Vietnam War movement, the women's movement, the gay rights.

President Lyndon Johnson’s Secret Service agent, Rufus Youngblood, pointing out the people who threw paint bombs toward the President during an anti-Vietnam protest in Melbourne, Australia where Johnson was visiting .

President Lyndon Johnson’s Secret Service agent, Rufus Youngblood, pointing out the people who threw paint bombs toward the President during an anti-Vietnam protest in Melbourne, Australia where Johnson was visiting - Grognards

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Active duty servicemen protest the Vietnam war at the military base. Killeen, Texas. May 1, 1970.

Active duty servicemen protest the Vietnam war at Killeen, Texas military base on May

Vietnam War Protesters

Vietnam War Protesters

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One of the most iconic photographs of the Vietnam War era, this Kent State photo was taken by an undergraduate named John Filo. A completely distraught, helpless-looking Mary Vecchio weeps over the dead body of a classmate, who had been shot by National Guardsmen during a protest on campus. Her emotion captures the anger and violent confusion of the era, and the photo won Filo a Pulitzer.

One of the most iconic photographs of the Vietnam War era, this Kent State photo was taken by an undergraduate named John Filo. the photo won Filo a Pulitzer.

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