As the Fifties culture of conformity and consumption in suburbia began to fracture with the interests of a new generation, Sixties Counterculture represented a cultural revolution. Fundamental questions about American culture began to emerge that began that gained moment with the baby boom youth in colleges and high schools. New music, fashion, art, activities and theater demonstrated new interests. Gender roles, assumptions about race, sexual practices and roles were all questioned. Doubt in government as well as our economic system also became pervasive themes on college campuses and urban areas. Finally, substance use and lifestyles themselves saw tremendous change. Anything was up for grabs during this cultural revolution.