Bob Dylan Is Still the Voice of a Generation

1968 was a brain buster, an election year where the two choices were Richard Nixon, the “law and order” Republican who claimed to speak for a “silent majority,” and Hubert Humphrey, a centrist Democratic vice-president appealing to America’s sense of decency. An economic crisis loomed while a flu... More »

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