Free to Be, You and Me
The conclusion argues that American society went from a pre-1960s hierarchical structure with white, middle-class men at the top to one that enabled individuals to define who they wanted to be, what they wanted to do, and how they wanted to love. The new attitude was both exhilarating and scary, but definitely present by the end of the 1970s.
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