Corpus ID: 158250823

"Everybody get together": The sixties counterculture and public space, 1964--1967

@inproceedings{Silos2003EverybodyGT,
  title={"Everybody get together": The sixties counterculture and public space, 1964--1967},
  author={Jill Katherine Silos},
  year={2003}
}
Historians and cultural analysts have traditionally considered the sixties counterculture an apolitical phenomenon by historians and other analysts. Yet concentrated examination of the public activities of the counterculture in San Francisco from 1963 to 1967 reveals that they were engaged in the creation of a public political culture that challenged the power of civil authorities to regulate the uses of parks, streets and sidewalks. In doing so, the counterculture constituted a distinct… Expand