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The Radical View – How Art’s Possibilities Changed America (reprise)

[Note: The following is excerpted and updated from my Nov. 2012 blog of the same title–one followed by more readers than any other that year. Please read on to find out why I was inspired to repeat this subject by … Continue reading

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How Summer Camp and Social Justice Have Changed!

When my daughter Amy suggested a “socialist summer camp” in the White Mountains of New Hampshire for our getaway together, my heart began to race. Would they pontificate around the campfire? Would they be advocating world revolution over the Mac … Continue reading

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Do it for yourself (not just for your kids)

Note to friends of my blog: Is this still about the 1960s? Oh yes…from the 1960s to the 21st century and beyond. In 1998, I retired from San Diego State University and as a state employee for 16 years, became … Continue reading

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