Known for blatant rebellion towards what is considered "the norm," this title is inspired by British and American cultures.
With strong roots tied to the struggle of slavery and understanding of religion, this type of person is known for promoting revolution and social change.
The ideals of this group rule mainstream society.
1950s Teddy Boys
This group is famous for its love of rock and roll and support of racial injustice.
1970s Teddy Boys
Regarded as a more accurate representation of British history, this group is identified by its love of rock and roll and support of racial injustice.
This group enjoys the traditions of a race different from its own without attracting attention to itself.
Notorious for its shaven or close-cropped head, this group is passionate about its stance on the plight of the working class citizen.
Through music and...
This section contains 217 words
(approx. 1 page at 300 words per page)