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There Is a Policeman Inside All Our Heads: He Must Be Destroyed 

Part three addresses how the concepts established by Bernuys were re-assessed during the 1960s, and led to the creation of the "Me" generation in the USA.

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Adam Curtis

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Adam Curtis
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Stew Albert Stew Albert ... Himself, founding member, Yippie Party
Jeffrey Bell Jeffrey Bell ... Himself, speech writer for Ronald Reagan 1976-1981
William Coulson William Coulson ... Himself
John Denver ... Himself (archive footage)
Bernardine Dohrn Bernardine Dohrn ... Herself, founder of Weatherman Revolutionary Group (archive footage)
Werner Erhard Werner Erhard ... Himself
Linda Evans Linda Evans ... Herself, member of Weatherman Revolutionary Group (archive footage)
Morton Herskowitz Morton Herskowitz ... Himself
Jesse Kornbluth Jesse Kornbluth ... Himself, New Times journalist in the 1970s
George Leonard George Leonard ... Himself
Renee M. Love Renee M. Love ... Herself
Alexander Lowen Alexander Lowen ... Himself
Christine MacNulty Christine MacNulty ... Herself
Michael Murphy Michael Murphy ... Himself, founder, Esalen Institute
Jay Ogilvy Jay Ogilvy ... Himself
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Part three addresses how the concepts established by Bernuys were re-assessed during the 1960s, and led to the creation of the "Me" generation in the USA.

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1 May 2002 (UK) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Change is good
7 July 2015 | by draytoncalSee all my reviews

The 60's was a revolutionary time in our history. The film was right on time in it revelation and summation of how the democratic element in our society worked. It explained the entire psychoanalysis process (beginning with Freude)worked. The film was a prime example of how change in a person's attitude in their perception of a lifestyle can revolutionize history through radical change. The values of previous generation can be altered if you look within yourself can be applied not only to cause, but with anything. The film explained how one does not have to depend on society or government to better oneself, but through self actualization and relying on your inner self, you could make a difference both to yourself and society. It emphasized creativity not as a threat , but as an opportunity. That it's okay to make mistakes. By being transparent, honest to yourself and others, any can make a difference.


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