2. The War at Home. The rise of the counterculture reflected a loss of faith in the liberal reforms promoted by John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson.As faith and idealism toward liberal reforms declined, radicalism grew among specific elements of American society. Many of these late 1960s radicals came from the frustrated civil rights advocates, frustrated war protestors, college students, Hispanic youth, feminists, gays, and youth culture in general. Radicals believed that the system itself was to9448
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