The Woodstock music and art fair as an apex of the hippie movement

Kajetan Szokalski


In the late 60s of the 20th century, the hippie subculture was one of the most ambitious youth movements around the world,
especially in the United States, where she was born. The purpose of this scientific article is to reflect the phenomenon this idea and the apotheosis of its incarnation, the determination of the cause of the global popularity of the hippie movement and its sudden decline after the Woodstock festival.

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Woodstock; apex; hippies; identity; subculture; tolerance; music

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