During that time the country was shaken by conflicts among parties and by violent social confrontations, which were sealed by the military coup in 1967. However, these institutional aberrations had begun much earlier and concerned election frauds (1961), political assassinations (Lambrakis, 1963) and the arbitrariness of the throne (Iouliana, 1965). At the same time, rapid strides were made on the economy front. Developments in the western world reflected upon the Greek society on various fields, such as mobilizations of young people, musical culture, fashion etc.