The Counterculture

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Which of these groups was most consistently opposed to the Vietnam War by the late 1960s?


The Beats of the 1950s were a group of influential


In the 1960s, Bob Dylan became famous for

composing influential countercultural music.

Which was the significance of Woodstock in 1969?

It was a music festival that epitomized the ideals of the counterculture.

In the 1960s, which group was the first to protest US involvement in the Vietnam War?


How did most college students who opposed the Vietnam War protest the fighting?

They held sit-ins or used other nonviolent tactics.

Which idea from the 1950s inspired the counterculture movement of the 1960s?

an interest in travel and wanderlust

The term "counterculture" refers to a group of people who

have different values from mainstream society.

Those who supported the Vietnam War and those who opposed it were nicknamed

hawks and doves, respectively.

Some young men who were drafted during the Vietnam War avoided military service by

fleeing to Canada or another country.

The counterculture movement of the 1960s is best described as

a social movement that expressed discontent with mainstream society.

Who was a popular musician and part of the 1960s countercultural movement?

Jimi Hendrix

In the 1960s, people across the United States were exposed to the counterculture through

mass media.

In the 1960s, a form of protest known as a teach-in typically

involved groups participating in speeches and debates.

Why did many Americans consider the draft for the Vietnam War to be unfair?

Men from low-income families often could not defer the draft.

Why were the Students for a Democratic Society a significant group in the 1960s?

NOT-They organized an iconic three-day festival of countercultural music.

Young women who belonged to the 1960s counterculture movement often

pursued nontraditional roles instead of becoming wives and mothers.

Which statement best describes how Americans in the 1960s felt about the Vietnam War?

In the early 1960s, few Americans concerned themselves with the war. By the end of the decade, most Americans believed that the war had been a mistake.

In the 1960s, American opposition to the Vietnam War

increased as more US troops went to fight in Vietnam.

Which is an example of an act of civil disobedience?

burning a draft card

In the 1960s, which group was the first to protest US involvement in the Vietnam War?


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