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Woodstock at 50: The miracle behind the festival

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Fifty years ago, a four-day concert in upstate New York drew half a million people and is considered the first modern music festival in the U.S. While many believe Woodstock defined a generation, some aren’t convinced. Rolling Stone Contributing Editor Joe Levy gives his take on the festival’s lasting legacy.