The Sixties (2014)
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Sex, Drugs and Rock N' Roll 

The counterculture shapes the youth of America thanks in great part to a changing morality, including views towards sex, the use of drugs and a new found expressiveness through music.
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Episode credited cast:
Steve Allen ... Himself (archive footage)
Michelle Ashford Michelle Ashford ... Herself - Executive producer, 'Masters of Sex'
Ken Babbs ... Himself - Author, 'Who Shot the Water Buffalo?'
Joan Baez ... Herself - Singer (archive footage)
David Brinkley ... Himself - NBC News (archive footage)
Douglas Brinkley ... Himself - Author, 'Jack Kerouac: Road Novels'
William F. Buckley ... Himself - Host (as William F. Buckley, Jr.) (archive footage)
Vincent Bugliosi ... Himself - Charles Manson prosecutor
Chris Connelly ... Himself - Journalist
Peter Coyote ... Himself - Actor
Walter Cronkite ... Himself - CBS News (archive footage)
Henry Diltz Henry Diltz ... Himself - The Modern Folk Quartet
Bob Dylan ... Himself - Singer (archive footage)
Cass Elliot ... Herself - The Mamas and the Papas (archive footage) (as Mama Cass)
Jerry Garcia ... Himself - Grateful Dead (archive footage)
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The counterculture shapes the youth of America thanks in great part to a changing morality, including views towards sex, the use of drugs and a new found expressiveness through music.

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14 August 2014 (USA) See more »

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Counterculture Issues
25 July 2016 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

In the concluding episode of this series we are given a glimpse of the events in Haight Ashbury, leading to the big concert at Woodstock. With the advent of Timothy Leary and his ilk, drugs, particularly the psychedelics, become the candy off a new generation. There is an element of sadness here in that these kids, who left society, eventually fell to earth. It was probably because without property, food, and support, eventually the wheels fall off. They had had enough of the establishment and its wars. They began to see how minorities were treated and and how those over thirty got to make the rules. This was the era of the protest singer and the impact of the counterculture. What would the Seventies bring to change all this? Watch the next series.


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