baby boomers: Even the Beatles felt compelled to do a song called Revolution, according to Rabble. Last year, when the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts put on an exhibition of art and artefacts of the late 1960s they called it, simply, Revolution. Advertisers peddled soft drinks and soap by labelling them as symbols of revolution. There were lots of bell-bottoms and psychedelic colours. The appeal of revolution, especially to those who exploited it for profit, was ephemeral and passing, like most pop culture fads. Throngs of baby boomers flocked to the show to indulge in nostalgia, not politics. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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