Living in a [Wo]Man’s World
Throughout the ’60s, American youth culture was the driving force that transformed the nation. Boys sporting Davy Crockett paraphernalia and girls holding hula hoop competitions grew up to lead debates and protests at college campuses, in hopes of leaving behind a bolder legacy than their conservative predecessors. G-rated crooners took a backseat to tripped-out rockers. And, assassinations and riots created a climate of chaos and political unrest that far outdid any James Dean “rebel-without-a-cause” attitude of the ’50s.