The author says that during this time, Elvis freely praised the blacks or African Americans with the music he sang, and some of the early great rockers were blacks not whites. Some of them included people like Chuck Berry and Little Richard (Altschuler 23).
Further, rock celebrated sex and romance by taking the issue of sexuality into a different level. It delighted in distinct world of young adults and increased the division between the generations assisting young adults or teenagers distinguish themselves from others. The author states that the 19850s up to the1960s was a tremendous decade in the U.S history since it is during this period that many things happened in America. For instance, during 1960s, human rights activist Martin Luther King was assassinated. In the same period, the then president of the U.S John F. Kennedy was also assassinated. Racism and discrimination was the order of the day in USA. Martin Luther King was killed because of struggle to end discrimination and injustice in the American society and ensure equal society to all Americans of different descent (Altschuler 34).
The disagreements portrayed in the rock and roll music represent the institutional resistances of the white people to be integrated in the same society with the blacks. The author reveals cleavage between rock n roll, and ethical/moral cultures especially sexuality. He also addresses another significant political consideration concerning young people and the use of contraceptives. The author mentions that only two states in the U.S prohibited the utilization of contraceptives during the 950s. In another remarkable revelation, the rock n roll depicts how the music coincided with the institutional revolution, which occurred to acknowledge teenage sex (Altschuler 67).
The author states that the older generation perceived these new laws concerning contraceptives as encouraging sexual behavior among the youth, and eradicating the penalty of immorality like sexually