Forty years ago, a small dairy farm in rural New York became a countercultural mini-nation as more than 200,000 people gathered for an unprecedented music festival known as Woodstock. The world was wrought with unrest — racial discord at home and military action abroad were tearing our nation apart. In spite of the tumultuous state of the world, Woodstock was a bastion of love and peace, proving that the music of some of the world’s most influential performers could bring together thousands for a brief moment of musical and social harmony.
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