Why are the Beatles an appropriate idol for the Socs in the book The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton?
Actually, the Beatles could have been an idol for Greasers as well as for the Socs as they were all from an industrial quarter of Liverpool and played Rock-n'-roll and wore casual cllothes at the beginning of their career, but later they changed their clothes and music style and as you might notice the Beatles that visited America differed much from the reckless gang that played at German night clubs, - formal suits and ties, reserved language and though you couldn't call Beatles "impersonal" as Cherry Valance characterises Socs club rumble, they never got carried away and in their new role they appealed much more to the high class society, represented by Socs rather than to the poor Greasers, who always "got into trouble" and "had all the rough breaks"
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