Allen Ginsberg and the Beat Generation, the masters of Pop, Louise Bourgeois, Susan Sontag, Cassius Clay, James Rosenquist, the Lower East Side, Malcom X, the Tower of Light, Diane Arbus, Ed Sanders, the vestiges of Penn Station, Moondog against the war in Vietnam, New York in the 1960s, electrifying experimental musicians, underground filmmakers and lovers of the extreme, Greenwich Village becoming the magnet for these talents in waiting.
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