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The Polite Hippie Security Force
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The Hog Farm, a group of countercultural activists in the 1960s, provided security services at music festivals and called themselves the police force. They were known for their polite and effective methods in de-escalating conflicts, handling drug-induced behavior and preventing negative incidents from spreading throughout the crowd.

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