On 10/14/21 8:40 PM, Brewster Kahle wrote:
> My favorite document about the backstory of Woodstock is the book by
> the funder/founder:
> Young men with unlimited capital by Joel Rosenman
Haven't read this one, but I imagine it's certainly worth reading
Rosenman's version of this story.
I find that I prefer books written in the decade following the event,
and this one was published in 1974.
> shows how chaotic and non-commercial it was.
Chaotic? Absolutely! But to quote from my favorite book on this subject:
"Woodstock was as replete with scandal, graft and corruption as it was
with fellowship and high ideals"
Barefoot in Babylon by Bob Spitz, published 1979
-- John Chester