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Hitchhiking was a primary means for the young to travel in Europe in 1968. The hitchhikers were a mix of Europeans, Americans (both North and South) and Japanese. They were part of a cultural pattern that was forming but one that would not last beyond the early 1970s.


A post fully titled as "July 24, 1968: Hitchhiking, Europe ’68" from the author's blog 1968: Nothing Is Revealed, An Exploration by Aaron Barlow, Anyway.

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