Although the video has some images of the 21st century in it, this song was made in the 1960s. This song shows cooperation because it is about believing that unjust practices will be changed by people.
This image shows the conflict in that the people in it are protesting an unjust war, which the government still felt was a war that should be fought.
This flyer shows both conflict and cooperation. It shows conflict because the government was discriminating against black Americans, and cooperation because it was calling people to work together to fight against injustice.
This song shows conflict during the decades of the Cold War was not just war. It was also people protesting things they felt were unjust. The words "the nice way always fails" show the songwriter's feelings that nonviolent conflict was necessary to make positive changes to society.