The Last Beatle

They broke up ~1970. They are still here.

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They were four born among a line of generations of people who worked to create social moderation, passionate innovation, and movements forward out of ancient rituals and rhythms of life. These generations (~ the 1920s through ~1970) created many individual and group achievements that are the basis for our lives today (2021).

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A Warren Democrat. A scientist. A poet. A mother.

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