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1960s - Best of Times or Worst of Times?

Summary: By some the 1960s are regarded as a period of positive change that brought with it new freedoms. The opening of the Brook Advisory Centre in July 1964, which gave women confidential advice on family planning and contraception, was a turning point in the liberty and freedom of women.
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The 1960s was the time when the post-war gloom was finally over and the establishment's stronghold over power was slipping from the older generation's hands. Youth culture began to take more control due to mass teenage rebellions fuelled by frustration and spending money at their fingertips, more than ever before, according to Macmillan's famous catchphrase, "you've never had it so good." London, followed by the rest of Britain became known as `Cool Britannia' because of Britain's music, fashion and art scenes. The `swinging sixties' was in full flow, people were out to have fun, experimenting with new influences. It was also the beginning of `counter culture,' when teens began to challenge traditional conservative values, something that would not have happened during 1950s Britain, when conventional family values and morals were expected to be kept to, otherwise...

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