From the New Yorker’s first pop music critic comes this pioneering collection of essays by a conscientious writer whose political realm is both radical and rational, and whose prime preoccupations are with rock-and-roll, sexuality, and above all, freedom. Here Ellen Willis captures the thrill of music, the disdain of authoritarian culture, and the rebellious spirit of the ’60s and ’70s.
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