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Comics for Film, Games, and Animation by Tyler Weaver

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CHAPTER 16

“What Do You Have?”

The New Generation Arrives

Following the assassination of John Kennedy, the mood in the country shifted dramatically. Once filled with hope and excitement for the future, the prevailing American sentiment was one wary of authority and questioning anything resembling the “Establishment.”

For men, the ties loosened and the hair grew longer. Women fought against the “June Cleaver” image of the perfect housewife and asserted themselves as strong individuals. Pop culture shifted from the head-bouncing melodic escapism of the early Beatles to music that was about something. Artists like Bob Dylan took stands on issues, the Beatles morphed from the mop-tops to musical geniuses. To borrow a now clichéd yet suitable phrase, ...

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