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What Survives From the Sixties

URL: http://www.jewishjournal.com/cover_story/article/what_survives_from_the_sixties_20090811

The summer of 1969 was host to a pair of historic events — the moon landing and the Woodstock festival — that seemed to define the ’60s. As we revisit those events this summer, it is fair to ask: What did they mean, what did they accomplish and what parts of the ’60s have meaning today?

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