Elliot Tiber and the altering of history


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Sometimes recognition comes late and sometimes too late. In the case of Elliot Tiber, it has taken well over 40 years but has come at last. His book Taking Woodstock is a bestseller, now distributed in 13 countries and  credited by its small publishing house (Square One Publishers) with single-handedly putting its business in the black. Further, it has been made into a delightful movie by “A” list director Ang Lee and is presently featured on cable.