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Neil Young keeps on knockin’ the free world

Better to blow up than to fade away?

12 February 2022

9:00 AM

12 February 2022

9:00 AM

The Sixties Revolution has gone the way of the October Revolution and the Chinese Revolution and every other left-wing revolution that comes to mind. The radicalism of yesteryear has transmutated into tyranny, in this case correctism, wokeism and cancel culture. Half a century ago, counter-cultural heroes, not least folk rocker Neil Young, were challenging the last wave of teenage Boomers – that would be me – to think for ourselves and rebel against the Establishment.

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