In the sixties, these years were a time of great change for America, like riots, events, and chants that took the country on an emotional rollercoaster. Some people describe the era as the ‘swinging sixties and a golden age’ for U.S. history, whereas others blame the 1960’s for some of the failures of the society. In this disputable issue, it is quite meaningful to examine whether the sixties were successful or not. Plus, since my dream is to become English teacher in high school in Korea, I would like to investigate the pros and cons of both native English teachers and non-native English teachers so that I can find my strong identity as a good non-native English teacher.
In other words, young people, who were not interested directly in challenging social norms but wished to participate of the rebellious incitement of the counterculture, just fell into ethnocentrism aimlessly. At the same time, gay movements were expanding at times. Consequently, expected problems occurred like the increase in narcotic-related crimes
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