the revolution, if there is one, probably will be tweeted. The television of Scott-Heron's oft-quoted piece is a top-down, old media phenomenon. What aired was (and is) decided upon by a relative few. Twitter is, theoretically at least, in the hands of the people, so, theoretically, the revolution would be tweeted.
It's "Rock Island", from "The Music Man", and it was written in 1956. If it is rap, then how is Gil Scott-Heron the godfather of etc. ? Why not Meredith Willson?
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