Rock and Roll, Counterculture, Peace and Protest is a new Library database published by Adam Matthew Digital. It provides access to collections of primary source materials on British and American popular culture from 1950 to 1975.
The database contains a wide range of documents in print and manuscript form as well as images and video footage. Topics that are covered include student activism in Europe and the US, the Vietnam conflict, civil rights, women's liberation, fashion, youth culture, the music scene and book, magazine and film censorship.
Various browse and search options, a list of popular searches and interactive discovery tools contribute to the exploration experience. The bubble chart is an interesting feature that allows you to browse the collections chronologically and topically.