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Police Shootings, Homegrown Terrorists and the Rolling Stones are Turning the Aughts Into the '60s

The ’60s are turning 50. Not the 1960s, but the era we call the ’60s, whose highest highs and lowest lows were nearly all in the second half of that decade and the first half of the one that followed: the founding of the Black Panthers (1966), the Summer of Love (1967), Nixon (1968), Woodstock (1969), Watergate (1973). We were a teenage nation then, lolling on the lawns of Golden Gate Park, puffing on grass, protesting Vietnam.
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