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Between the Liner Notes, "3,000 Beatniks Riot in Village"

On April 9, 1961, the folk singers of Washington Square Park protested against the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation to defend their right to play. Listen to Izzy Young, who led the 3,000 rioting beatniks, tell the story of that day—and hear how the same conflict between musicians and New York City government played out in 2011. Featuring excellent 1960s archival audio of outraged, heavily accented bohemian New Yorkers.