BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN AND THE PROMISE OF ROCK 'N' ROLL
Whether describing his father's job in a factory, doomed small town romances, or the inchoate longing to get out and start a new life, this examination reveals rock 'n' roll's ultimate potential: to not just be a successful product, not just a vehicle for rebellion but a way to envision a better society. Photos.
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