The 'Mods' - professor chronicles subculture's history

Feb 21, 2010 Full story: Daily Democrat

Nearly 50 years after a group of free-loving, Beatles-listening, Vespa-driving Londoners rejected mainstream culture and declared themselves "Mods," the movement's influence remains visible today - from teenagers who label themselves "Emo" to themes in the hit television series "Mad Men." University of New Hampshire Professor Christine Feldman ...

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ColGonk

Mechelen, Belgium

#1 Feb 22, 2010
Speaking as someone who has been on the Mod Scene for over a 1/4 of a century may I just take a moment to point out a few (3) quite weak areas with your article, Prof'?(1) The start.(2) The middle.(3) The end.
And for the love of Gods own dentures! where did you find the 'faces' for your photos? American 'Mods'? It takes more than an ill fitting, two button jacket and miss matched strides to be a 'Mod'. Sorry, girl but it's back to the drawing board, I fear.
ColGonk.

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