Cole Davis | Contributing Columnist

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COLUMN: Conservatism is the new counterculture

When Americans think of the 1950s we are reminded of a conformist, cookie-cutter world. Make no mistake, Americans in the ‘50s were definitely living an “another brick in the wall” type of existence physically and metaphysically. Inevitably, thinking of the conformity of the ‘50s makes us think of the countercultural revolution of the 1960s. Back then, popular culture, the media, etc.