Those are three areas America dared not to be open about after WW2.
So 25 years later after the beats, bikers and hippies we got sex, drugs and rock n' roll which made a purified MESS out'a sex, religion and politics.
THEN we started talkin' ... but we were already convoluted.
The answer/remedy IMO is to just put our foot down, say NO, stick our heads out the window and declare we ain't takin' anymore.
WE'RE the generation that helped usher in the confusion ... we have a certain responsability to try to rectify our misguided efferts of a past era.
(ducking, 'cause I know there's a bunch o' freepers that will demand .. "Who you callin' WE ?" )
Does his book mention Chuck Harder at all?
In the early 90’s he had the second most listened to show after Rush. And it was virtually a Perot campaign commercial 3 hrs a day/7 days a wk. And as the result was President Bill Clinton, he certainly had his impact on history (though not for the better).