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1 child of the 1960s counterculture, he abhorred materialism and lived in simply furnished houses (in part because he was too picky to decide on furniture).
2 It may mean being deliberately, even brazenly, counter-culture by insisting that more is not better, and by finding your own meaning rather than letting society dictate your life to you.
3 Despite having an image steeped in California's counterculture, it is one of the worst heel-draggers, says Zeina Al-Hajj of Greenpeace.
4 Then the counterculture overreached, Nixon found his "silent majority", and railed against his own bugbear elites: the now familiar culprits in academia, Hollywood and the press.
5 Second, the counter-culture taught young blacks that working for “chump change” was beneath their dignity.
6 Relations between police and the counter-culture have worsened recently; the police are accused (rightly) of bullying migrants, the bohemians of dallying with terrorism.
7 According to the 1994 census, many counterculture ideas have entered mainstream culture.
8 You must make a counterculture decision to focus on becoming more like Jesus.
9 He's part of a long-standing American counterculture, the one that wonders whether all of our irritable striving to build and buy things is worth the bother.
10 day after the election, he called Hillary and me counterculture McGovernicks, his ultimate condemnation.
11 But after two decades of documenting the hi-tech counterculture, Rushkoff realised he had a new subject: the mess we're in.
12 At the time I was nineteen, and regarded myself as part of the sixties "youth counterculture".
13 For years, tattoos have been considered part of a counterculture but they are increasingly becoming more popular than ever.
14 Over the course of his life, he combined three asynchronous idea spaces — the counterculture of the 1960s, the culture of early computer geeks and the culture of corporate America.
15 I always thought that the firm's once colorful apple logo had somehow grown out of the 1960s San Francisco counterculture.
16 falling in love in high school, Jobs and Brennan, kindred counterculture spirits, had an on-again, off-again romance over five years.
17 or Nonconformist person, especially a member of a counterculture.
18 Perhaps the biggest surprise of the new, chaste counterculture is that many of its unmarried members no longer have their V-card.
19 Thousands of young people and curious observers converged on the city in the largest counterculture celebration to date.
20 You have a real intersection of counterculture people with counterculture attitudes and engineering people with engineering attitudes and engineering humor.
21 a tattoo or two is no longer the taboo counterculture act it once was.
22 For as much as9 they are a part of the counterculture, they all had more of a classic approach to education and a career.
23 every generation, there seems to be a counterculture that rejects traditional thinking while promoting their own causes.
24 term counterculture appears in the book many times, but I'm afraid Wei Hui's characters wouldn't qualify as true countercultural denizens.
25 In terms of Numbers, the counterculture was not a very large group of people. But its influence spread to many parts of American society.
26 John McWhorter, a linguist and controversialist of mixed liberal and conservative views, sees the triumph of 1960s counterculture as responsible for the decline of formal English.
27 During this time, anarchism took root in other movements critical towards both capitalism and the state such as the anti-nuclear, environmental and peace movements, the counterculture of the 1960s and the New Left.
28 Aquarius is also associated with the Age of Aquarius, a concept popular in 1960s counterculture.
29 During the 1960s, Warhol also groomed a retinue of bohemian and counterculture eccentrics upon whom he bestowed the designation "Superstars", including Nico, Joe Dallesandro, Edie Sedgwick, Viva, Ultra Violet, Holly Woodlawn, Jackie Curtis, and Candy Darling.
30 He vigorously opposed militarism, economic materialism, and sexual repression, and he embodied various aspects of this counterculture with his views on drugs, hostility to bureaucracy, and openness to Eastern religions.