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This was very hard for the mainstream to swallow, so the did everything in their power do degenerate them. If you were to look at from a debate point of view, the hippies would be considered the mature and collected side, as they were trying to work towards an equitable cause, and they were doing what was necessary...
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On the other side, the mainstream culture was resorting to juvenile tactics such as disgracing and discrediting them, instead of actually arguing their values. This just made the counterculture even stronger in ways, because they new that all they had to do was stick together, and they could accomplish anything they desired, to the horror of mainstream society...
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