What Was The Social Effects Of The Sexual Revolution In The 1960s?
Students activists grew more radical and started taking over college campuses, organized massive antiwar demonstrations and occupied parks and other public parks.Some students even made bombs and set campuses on fire. The counter culture seemed to grow more and the decade wore on and the equal pay act was created in 1963. Some people “dropped out” of the political life; the “hippies” grew their hair long and practiced “free love.” People even move to communes, away from the turbulence that came to define everyday life in the 1960s. Overall the 1960’s was a decade full of revolutions and