This week we have the first part of a discussion on Louis Kelso’s “Second Income Plan” from the 1960s. Of course, there may need to be some “mental adjustments” on the part of the listener as people back in the Stone(d) Age might not have spoken the way people do now (they were, like, so totally groovy and outa sight) and used terms now out of fashion. Even worse, as technology has advanced by leaps and bounds, what Kelso proposed as a second income could easily become people’s first income! Actually . . . that would be better, not worse. . . .