If the conviction of peace and love would have been stronger than doing drugs and free sex, then your influence on the world would have been much more substantial.
With that statement, you just demeaned our entire generation. Those who did drugs and engaged in free sex were a small, apathetic minority. Those of us with clear minds did much to effect change in the social and political environment in this country. United States history bears that out. We were very mature in our thoughts, demeanor and studies. If you were around at the time you would have witnessed it firsthand.
As for your agrarian allegory, it's not a very good analogy for our efforts at the time. As I mentioned before, we had our successes as well as our failures. It's up to each succeeding generation to learn from the mistakes made by the previous generation and advance the cause.