"A true story of unfettered freedom and adventure, speed, sex, fun, and drugs" by the Pulitzer Prize nominee (Columbia County Observer). For anyone who's heard about the 1960s, for those who remember it, and for those who can't, this is Robert Wintner's touching and hilarious memoir of that pivotal final year of a revolutionary era. Never before-and not since-have a handful of seasons so exquisitely defined the difference between right and wrong. With the gift of youth, and stoned to the gills, they saw, sensed, and savored the clear distinction between profit and greed, truth and propaganda, national interest and defense contractors, a lovely cloud of smoke and the stench of napalm, and between the phantoms of security and the dangers of complacency. It was an incredible time of self-discovery and love, wonder and disillusion, when the young and innocent were given ultimate freedoms only to be faced with the harsh realities of growing up. Wintner recounts it all in his on-the-road grand tour from the American Midwest to Europe.
by Robert Louis Stevenson
by Robert Wintner
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by Robert Lanza, Bob Berman
by Bob Berman, Robert Lanza
by Mark Twain
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