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Summer of Love & the Formation of Counterculture

Fueled by free love, rock music and hallucinogenic drugs, the 1967 Summer of Love gave birth to a counterculture that celebrated subversion and spirituality.
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  • The Trips Festival & the Dawn of Haight-Ashbury as a Home for Hippies
    SUMMER SPECIAL - Haight & Ashbury (1967)
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  • A Mother's Unexpected Stories from Summer of Love in San Francisco
    E2 Psychedelic Pioneers
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  • Timothy Leary: From Scientist to Shaman
    From the Vault: Timothy Leary, Part 2
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  • Robert Crumb’s Publisher Was in San Francisco Before it Was Cool
    An outsider’s inside history of the Beat Generation, as told by Charles Plymell
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  • Reggae & the Limitations of Counterculture
    Counterculture pt.2
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  • Somewhere Between Out of this World & World Peace in the '60s
    The Apollo Program Had a Surprising Close Relationship With 1960s Counterculture
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  • How Bay Area Counterculture Shifted from Hippies to Techies
    E46 | Fred Turner: The 60s counterculture roots of today’s social networks
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From the Vault: Timothy Leary, Part 2
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An outsider’s inside history of the Beat Generation, as told by Charles Plymell
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The Apollo Program Had a Surprising Close Relationship With 1960s Counterculture
8 MINSPlayer Icon
E46 | Fred Turner: The 60s counterculture roots of today’s social networks
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