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16 years after 'Nation', what is Public Enemy's legacy?

By Hua Hsu
Globe Correspondent / February 25, 2005

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It is a strange time to be Public Enemy. This weekend, at New York University's Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music, a conference commemorating the group's epochal 1988 album ''It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back" gets underway, and original studio engineers and art directors, critics, activists, and Public Enemy rapper Chuck D will piece together a ... (Full article: 1061 words)

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