The slogan “Make Love Not War”, so identified with the hippie experience and philosophy of the 1960s, has almost seemed quaint and corny for decades. Yet it should never have lost its charmingly simple appeal: the ties that bind, that hold us together, are stronger than those that tear us apart and love must transcend the hatred of the military machine.
Ashbolt, Anthony, We Can Be Together: Hippie Culture as Radical Community, Counterculture Studies, 1(1), 2018, 48-63. doi:10.14453/ccs.v1.i1.5
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