Published February 1, 1971
In February 1971, as U.S. support for the Vietnam War waned and protestors continued to fill the streets, GQ pondered the potential effects of the counterculture on fashion. The cover illustration that month, by cartoonist Tom Hachtman, featured a long-haired Uncle Sam in a flashy polyester print shirt, red and white striped pants, and a groovy sweater vest.
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