The Hippy Movement

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1. The Weathermen bombed ...

  • universities with policies they didn't agree with.
  • army recruitment centres and government buildings.
  • army training camps.
  • politicians' homes and government buildings.
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2. Who encouraged people to 'drop out' of society and coined the phrase "turn on, tune in and drop out" in 1968?

  • Timothy Leary
  • Huey Newton
  • Tom Hayden
  • Bobby Seale
  • Tom Hobden

3. Hippies grew their hair long, wore distinctive clothes and developed an 'alternative lifestyle'.

  • True
  • False

4. Some of the student movement members called themselves 'Weathermen' and began to support violence to achieve their aims. What did they take their name from?

  • The name of the band - The Weathermen
  • A Bob Dylan lyric 'You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows'
  • A Juniper song called 'Weatherman'

5. Mainly ... decided to 'drop out' of society and become hippies.

  • old people
  • young people
  • middle aged people
  • children


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