Well, okay. I confess, I think the ’60s were glorious, now. Then we had a real counterculture.1 And one of the marvelous things about it was, it was so pervasive. I mean we had a counterculture in every field, in every arena, in every world. We had a genuine deep counterculture. Now, that of course has all disappeared. That’s something that I not only experienced, but it profoundly shaped me, and I’ll never get over it.

  1. Cussing The Establishment, Eclectic Kind Of Place, Emotional Wisdom, Epidemic, Texan Subculture []
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