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San Francisco has maintained its as a center of cultural bohemianism. In years it had drawn from Mark Twain to Jack London, and it became a center for the 1950s generation poets and for the Haight-Ashbury counterculture that peaked with the 1967 “Summer of .”

Long a hotbed of environmental, labor and women’s activism, the city gained a reputation for welcoming gays and . Its Castro District was a of the gay rights movement. In the 1980s the city worked to respond to the challenges of chronic ness and the AIDS epidemic.