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Make Love not War Spare Tire Cover
This Spare Tire Cover was printed on a heavy-weight Automotive, Marine 32 once Expandable vinyl. Bold, full color print of a Make Love not War image on back of tire cover. Make Love not War Logo Spare tire cover is hand made in the United States. All of our spare tire covers are made to order. The tire cover is held on by a strong shock cord sewn into the back edge. Available in black only. Each tire cover is made to the exact size of your spare tire size provided while ordering.
Select 26″-37″ Tire Covers.
Popular with all Jeep, 4X4, RV, Camper, Motor Home and Trailer Owners.
Includes Installation and Care Guide.
Material will Stretch to Fit and will Not Cold Crack.
Recommended by Automotive Dealerships Worldwide.
In Stock, Normally ships in two days.
Anti-Theft Grommets and Security Cable Available.
Two Year Warranty on Materials and Workmanship.
Easy Returns, or Exchanges.
Includes Protective Tire Cover Liner for Easy Installation.
Refunds allowed for any reason.
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Stuck in the 60 T’s – Lets Make Love -Not War Hippie Tire Cover
When Helen Gurley Brown’s Sex and the Single Girl hit bookstores in 1962, the sexual revolution was launched and there was no turning back. Soon came the pill, the end of censorship, the advent of feminism, and the rise of commercial pornography. Our daily lives changed in an unprecedented time of sexual openness and experimentation.
Make Love, Not War is the first serious treatment of the complicated events, ideas, and personalities that drove the sexual revolution forward. Based on first-hand accounts, diaries, interviews, and period research, it traces changes in private lives and public discourse from the fearful fifties to the first tremors of rebellion in the early sixties to the heady heyday of the revolution.
Bringing a fresh perspective to the turbulence of these decades, David Allyn argues that the sexual revolutionaries of the ’60s and ’70s, by telling the truth about their own histories and desires, forced all Americans to re-examine the very meaning of freedom.
Written with a historian’s attention to nuance and a novelist’s narrative drive, Make Love, Not War is a provocative, vivid, and thoughtful account of one of the most captivating episodes in American history.