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|For me, the lame part of the Sixties was the political part, the social part. The real |
part was the spiritual part. - Garcia, Jerry It is in our interests to let the police and
their employers go on believing that the Underground is a conspiracy, because it
|Community at the Edge of Chaos: The Dead's Cultural Revolution HORACE L. |
FAIRLAMB For me, the lame part of the Sixties was the political part, the social
part. The real part was the spiritual part. —Jerry Garcia (Rolling Stoneinterview, ...
|Perceptions, Principles, Practices, Predictions Brent Green. PART ... Spiro T. |
Agnew For me, the lame part of the Sixties was the political part, the social part.
The real part was the spiritual part. — Jerry Garcia CHAPTER A Generational
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|Familiar Quotations HaltingMention not a halter in the house of him that was hanged.ndash;George HerbertThe chief glory of a country, says Johnson, arises from its authors. But this is only when they are oracles of wisdom.|
|Grateful Dead leader Jerry Garcia, in a recent Rolling Stone interview, admitted, "|
For me, the lame part of the sixties was the political part, the social part. The real
part was the spiritual part."3 The "spiritual part" Garcia speaks of was the search,
|Don't blame me! she protested, and in her lawsuit against the Liggett Group and |
two other tobacco companies, which was ... Then his friends blamed a "racist"
plot by federal agents to try to hound black politicians out of office. .... This trend
began in the sixties with the idea that victims of "social injustice" shouldn't be held
accountable for the wrongs they do. .... The middle classes, for their part, were
encouraged to think that they were incapable of handling virtually all personal
|I guess tonight I would like to make not just kind of a traditional political speech, |
but I would like to say three or four things. ... I never will forget how President
Bush, in '92, used to refer to me as the Governor of a small southern State. ... We
had all these — the social problems were getting worse; they had the riots here in
L.A. — you remember that — and the political rhetoric was so divisive. ... and it's a
real tribute to the power of the mind and the spirit and the openness of America.
|33 min.; 1987) Frankie Av- alon and Annette Funicello, teen stars of sixties beach |
movies, play a grown couple living in Ohio ... (6/1/87) R. 37, 90, 112, 201, 216,
515, 530, 620 CAN'T BUY ME LOVE— (1 hr. ... In the early part of the century, two
brothers, Andrea (Joaquim De Almeida) and Nicola (Vincent Spano), who restore
... A film from Puerto Rico, set in 1942, concerning sexual and political intrigue at
a grand formal ball, the last to be held at an exclusive Old San Juan social club.
|Informed by Gitlin's own history in the 60s protest movement—but written with both eyes aimed at the future—Occupy Nation is the key book for anyone looking to understand the revolution playing out before our eyes.|