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Man, the things that people thought were good ideas back in the 60s were almost all bad ideas, weren't they?
Of all the ballparks built in this era, Royals Stadium was the best. Granted, it had artificial turf, but it also had the grass slope in the outfield and the fountains. It always looked much more appealing than Three Rivers, Riverfront, Busch Stadium, and the Astrodome.
Maybe in buildings and fashion, but I'd say the Civil Rights Act, Voting Rights Act, the space program, the Clean Air Act (okay, 1970), Medicare, Medicaid, VISTA, the Peace Corps, and Dylan going electric were pretty good ideas.
And public housing.
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