This chapter summarizes the preceding discussions and presents some final thoughts. The discussions showed that between the midcentury and the mid-1970s, youth as a category, and young people as actors, stood at the center of discussions, and questionings, on how relations of authority were thought of, built up, and enforced at the familial, cultural, and political terrains. Over these two decades, youth stood for change, and the cohorts of young women and men that occupied that category experimented and crafted cultural, political, and sexual change.
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