Buckley, Kerouac, Sanders and Yablonsky discuss Hippies

A fascinating and often hilarious conversation. Specifically interesting to me is when they discuss "hippy" as a word. Good stuff. "A 1968 episode of William F. Buckley's Firing Line, featuring a drunken Jack Kerouac, the Fug's Ed Sanders and a clueless academic, Lewis Yablonsky, discussing the "Hippie" movement. For more post-beat, pre-apocalyptic art, writing, music and what-not, see http://www.sensitiveskinmagazine.com." (YT)

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