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On the Worthlessness of “Authenticity” As A Criterion of Value

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I think our commenter Bob sums it up well:

If authenticity mattered Billy Ray Cyrus, born into a Pentecostal family in KY, would be a much better musician than Ingram Cecil Connor III, better known as Gram Parsons, who was driven to prep school by a chauffeur, but I’ll be damned if Hickory Wind isn’t an infinitely better song than Achy Breaky Heart.

Game, set, match.

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