by Mark Anthony Neal
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July 20, 2007 This summer, cultural institutions are commemorating the 1967's Summer of Love. But most of the 40-year retrospectives have skimmed over the emergence of soul and R&B music that summer. Pop culture expert Mark Anthony Neal talks about the political and social significance of the music.
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