The natural disposition of mankind is to want Utopia. In literature from the very beginning, from our most primitive to our most sophisticated verses, from the pens of atheists to acolytes, the human spirit has always scratched out, searched, even longed, for Utopias. When Utopias can somehow be linked to a political entity, the subsequent delirium from would-be followers numbers millions.
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Herring, Mark Y., "On Rememberance of Things Past: Woodstock and the Counterculture" (2007). Dacus Library Faculty Publications. 67.