If you were teaching a certain angry, countercultural work from the 60s, and were pretty sure your students had hardly any mental images of the 60s or why the work might be shocking, what visual representations might you show them to give them some frameworks?
Easy Rider most closely matches this work's themes, I'd argue, although I've had really interesting discussions where people disagreed. However, Easy Rider doesn't excerpt or boil down well. Neither does Medium Cool, which also works to capture the flavor of anticipation and unrest (I saw the two paired in a course and it really worked for me.)
What might you show students to open up a discussion about the 60s?
(Or, really, make some lists and throw out all sorts of interesting stuff ... I'd love to see an imaginary syllabus or whatever insights might come to your mind ... let's get a big ol' conversation going!)