It also helps to remember that, when you dropped out whenever the Sixties ended
for you, it was because, unknowingly, you aimed too high. You thought that a
revolution was possible. It wasn't, however you defined it. So now you know you
have to work incrementally, or, as some put it, for "proximate ends."
Michael Garrison wrote:
> One psychological technique that I have found useful in considering the
> "sell out" and/or "compromise" problem for 60's people is the "Bounce-Back"
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