To Our Readers

The Author Of this week's Cover Story begins with a personal reminiscence of facing the political turmoil and cold war fears of the 1960s. She also recounts some words of comfort from a fellow "traveler" in a van along that same "highway"—wanting to make a scary world better somehow, not knowing how you could actually do it, trying to carve out a space where life could be more simple.

Remember some of the songs from that era? Pete Seeger hammering out justice ... all over the land. Bob Dylan telling us that the answer, friends, is blowing in the wind. Buffalo Springfield, with a thousand people in the street, singing that something was happening, but whatever it was, it "ain't exactly clear."

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