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Redemption is always possible

October 4, 2016

Woodstock Nation meets the Jewish New Year: Sha Na Na Tova. Great title. The final para:

“They say you can’t go back again, but we did,” Cooper said a few weeks later when I ask him about that night. “It was just a magical night.”

On the day they performed at Woodstock, I was a long-haired New Left dragoon with no idea about anything except …. You know, I had no idea about anything but wanted to find out more so that I could know something. This chap now teaches religious studies. I teach free market economics. There is hope, but not for everyone.

My mantra on this has always been that I am very sorry that this transformation of our Western society happened at all, but if it had to happen, I wanted to be part of the transition team, which I was.

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