Had you blindfolded me yesterday morning, led me to the front lawn of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, removed my blinder and asked me to guess where we were, I would have said, “A James Taylor benefit concert for NPR.”
In the crowd on this sunny fall day was a heavy contingent of the boomer delegation, of various stripes and checks.
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