counter-culture


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counter-culture

[ˈkaʊntəˌkʌltʃəʳ] Ncontracultura f
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"It takes place at the height of counter-culture explosion," he shared.
Blowing America's Mind: A True Story of Princeton, CIA Mind Control, LSD and Zen combines a memoir of counter-culture American experience with a story involving conspiracy, the CIA, and the Princeton study which was one of the CIA's test projects for LSD.
Imagine a surprising paradigm for a counter-culture movement.
Set during the 1977 New York blackout riots, the Oscar-nominated actress will play June Leigh, a woman who was once a celebrated counter-culture figure who now lives alone in her Bronx apartment, having all but cut herself off from the outside world during the notorious "Summer of Sam" in 1977.
The narrator of "Fused: The Cult of the Counter-Culture" is a master of explosives, always learning, a pagan chemist, entertaining new beliefs, a sophisticated survivor aware of the irony of his existence, balancing his contradictions: focused but impulsive, daring and cautious, and determined to redirect humanity.
PotNetwork.com was re-acquired to be fully developed into a counter-culture, cutting-edge digital magazine, publishing up-to-date news and articles on the cannabis industry.
PotNetwork.com was re-acquired to be developed into a counter-culture digital magazine, publishing up-to-date news and articles on the cannabis industry.
STYLE REBELS 1950s JEANS, traditionally a form of workwear, start to appeal to youngsters after they're worn Marlon Brando and James Dean on the silver screen, capturing post-war counter-culture spirit.
For the counter-culture of the 1960s, Levi's jeans were durable, cheap - and a canvas on which to express their personal ideologies.
Counter-culture messages were always easy to spread when there was agitation in the air.
The debut novel of Claudine Bourbonnais, "Metis Beach" is both a coming-of-age story and an epic chronicle of America in the counter-culture Sixties.
The chapter on the creation of Monty Catsin details the open pop star's engendering, and untangles the mysterious Neoist counter-culture that gave birth to him, successfully uncovering the critical flaw in Monty Catsin's use and the ego battles that paralysed the character's potential.