Woodstock: The Myths and the Realities

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Forty years ago this month, Woodstock was a music concert that became both a cultural "happening" and a political moment that still inspires passion on the Left and the Right. We find out why it's still worth talking about today. Also, bad news about consumer confidence sends the Dow into a nosedive. On Reporter's Notebook, why didn't charges of "Socialism" kill Social Security 75 years ago?


Banner image: Nathan Koenig, head of the Woodstock Museum, stands in the old bus where his daughter was born as the 40th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival in Woodstock, New York. On August 15-17 in 1969 an estimated 400,000 music fans gathered on Max Yasgur's farm in Bethel, New York for the celebrated music festival. While the original Woodstock concert was held in Bethel, the festival was conceived and originally planned for the town of Woodstock, which was and remains an artistic community. Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images

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Warren Olney

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Rebecca Mooney, Sonya Geis