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wMonday, March 04, 2002

UH, HI "GOD": Most conservative writing about "the '60s" is unbelievably bad, for a number of reasons, the most important of which is that old (but poetically true) saw about how if you can remember the '60s, you weren't there; squares need not apply. Well Lawrence Henry was "there" and he somehow managed to retain a few choice (but not pleasant) memories.

If readers haven't read Henry, they really should make the effort to introduce themselves to his work. He's a longtime jazz/rock musician, relatively late father and self described "Tory Libertarian." Larry was a columnist for The American Partisan under my tenure who jumped ship shortly after things started going downhill and landed comfortably at Enter Stage Right. There, he knocks out a valuable weekly column on politics and culture.

posted by Jeremy at 10:16 AM