An investigation of the popular music and popular culture of 1968-1970 in the US counterculture, viewed through the lens of the back-to-the-land movement and pastoralism. Treats nature, whiteness, and authenticity as major analytic categories, and seeks to explain the shift away from psychedelia and blues rock to country rock.
Tinkle, Adam Gregory, "Back to the Garden: Pastoralism, Whiteness and Authenticity in the US Counterculture, 1968-1970" (2008). Honors Theses - All. 171.
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