What were gangs in the 1960s?

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Gangs in the 1960s were different than the gangs of today. When gangs like the Latin Kings, Surenos, Nutenos, Crips, and Bloods first began back in the 1960s, they were not the criminal organizations that they are now. They had a brotherhood and shared a common Identity that consisted of a group of working men with common Ideals. The majority of the gangs in the 1960s began in California, except for the Latin Kings, who started in Chicago.
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the gangs were violent and had may difference's.
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Gangs in the 1960's thought they were bad, but in fact compared to today they
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They thought they were bad but in fact compared to today they were tame, clean, well lighted. Gangs-lite you might call them. Except motorcycle gangs and prison gangs.
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At the risk of sounding too much like a cliche, I would make the argument that gangs of the 1960s were less malignant than the gangs of today. Both sets of organizations were not
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