Bob Dylan sold out years ago. And according to his memoir, “Chronicles,” he had no interest in being an anti-establishment leader, even during the 1960s. Still, he is getting grief for his recent concert in China in which he agreed to let the government approve which songs he would sing. “He sang his censored set, took his pile of communist cash and left,” columnist Maureen Dowd wrote.
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