Counterculture thrived during the turbulent sixties as America's youth began exploring personal expression and cultivating political change. The compilation of eyewitness accounts examines the counterculture movement's beginnings in the early sixties, war protesters, hippies and the psychedelic revolution, guerilla politics and the rise of black power.
"The contributions in the eclectic mix come from individuals such as Eleanor Roosevelt, actress June Havoc, and hobo Box-Car Bertha, with each person's perspective taking readers directly into the experience through details and eye-opening observations."
-- Booklist (May 2001)
Price: US $28.10