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Second Line Social Aid & Pleasure Society Brass Band
From left, Kathleen Attfield, Isaac Bell, and Bob Follansbee are members of the Somerville-based Second Line Social Aid & Pleasure Society Brass Band. (John Bohn/Globe Staff) John Bohn/Globe Staff

March madness

HONK! fest in Davis Square celebrates the power and joy of music made for revolution

By Andrew Gilbert
Globe Correspondent / October 3, 2007

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Emma Goldman knew that a revolution without a groove was a disaster waiting to happen. When the Bolsheviks brutally consolidated their hold on the emerging Soviet Union, the anarchist famously rejected the authoritarian party, declaring "If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution." (Full article: 1222 words)

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