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Question 1: These trials tested the effects of ________, psilocybin, mescaline, and other psychedelic drugs.
MDMADextromethorphanDextrorphanLysergic acid diethylamide

Question 2: Early communities, such as the Hog Farm in the United States and Findhorn in Europe were established as straightforward ________ attempts to return to the land and live free of interference from outside influences.
Organic farmingSustainable agricultureAgricultureIntensive farming

Question 3: Examples included harsh Soviet Union responses to popular uprisings, such as the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and Czechoslovakia's ________ in 1968, as well as the botched U.S.
Iron CurtainComeconPrague SpringEastern Bloc

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Underwater Atomic Test "Baker", Bikini Atoll, Pacific Ocean, 1946.
  Folksinger Phil Ochs, who for many was the voice of the 1960s anti-war protest movement.

Question 5: Rebecca Jackson, ________ Library, The 1960s: A Bibliography.
Iowa State UniversityLouisiana State UniversityStanford UniversityFlorida State University

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  The Peace Sign, designed and first used in Britain in the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, became a major symbol of the counterculture era
  A family watches television, ca. 1958

Question 7: Experimentation with LSD, ________, peyote, sacred mushrooms, and other psychedelic drugs became a major component of 1960s counterculture, influencing philosophy, art, music and styles of dress.

Question 8: The counterculture movement took hold in Western Europe, with London, ________, Paris and Berlin rivaling San Francisco and New York as counterculture centers.

Question 9: Britain’s 1968–1970 ________'s drew big names such as The Who, The Doors, Joni Mitchell, Hendrix, Dylan, and others [52].
Glastonbury FestivalIsle of Wight Festival 1970Isle of Wight FestivalV Festival

Question 10: The emergence of an interest in expanded spiritual consciousness, yoga, ________ practices and increased human potential helped to shift views on organized religion during the era.
MysticismGnosticismOccultMagic (paranormal)

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