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Paul Krassner (center), editor of the underground publication The Realist, and Harvey Kornspan (far right), a member of the Diggers, the Panhandle, San Francisco, 1967. The Diggers were political activists and performers who distributed free food and clothing and staged theatrical events in the streets of San Francisco.

Paul Krassner (center), editor of the underground publication The Realist, and Harvey Kornspan (far right), a member of the Diggers, the Panhandle, San Francisco, 1967. The Diggers were political activists and performers who distributed free food and clothing and staged theatrical events in the streets of San Francisco.

<p>On my mind tonight is my dear friend Ed McClanahan, much-beloved Kentucky author of such well-regarded books as The Natural Man and O The Clear Moment, also recognizable as one of the Merry Pranksters, a cluster of boisterously titillating 1960s counter-culture heroes famous for their cross-country, purply-hazed travails in a bus called Furthur. Other …</p>

<p>On my mind tonight is my dear friend Ed McClanahan, much-beloved Kentucky author of such well-regarded books as The Natural Man and O The Clear Moment, also recognizable as one of the Merry Pranksters, a cluster of boisterously titillating 1960s counter-culture heroes famous for their cross-country, purply-hazed travails in a bus called Furthur. Other …</p>

Make Love Not War

An important aspect of the hippies movement was the anti-war protest. Many people were against the war, and this was shown in the music of many popular bands

Last Model T Ford leaves assembly line, Louisville, Kentucky, 1927. :: R. G. Potter Collection

Last Model T Ford leaves assembly line, at Ford plant on Southwestern Parkway Louisville, Kentucky, on July :: R.

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