Re: Woodstock and San Francisco

S. Graw (
Thu, 1 Feb 1996 19:37:54 -0500

>Has anyone mentioned Charles Perry's "The Haight-Ashbury" --excellent
>journalistic history, I thought. Covering not only the early, idealistic
>counterculture scene, but it's disintegration, too by the "Summer of Love" &

Adding to the ad hoc biblio of T.Morgan et al., about (celebrating?) the
Haight,, there's "We Are the People Our Parents Warned Us About,"
Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1968, by Nicholas Von Hoffman]. He may have
lived to regret this item after attaining celebrityhood on CBS's "60
Minutes," but then again, a turn on is a turn on......

* From: Steve Graw
* at Cornell U./Field of Development Sociology
* Warren 34/ (607) 255-7684
* Old hippies never die, they just trip out *

[Moderator's Note: The correct title of the von Hoffman book is _We Are
The People Our Parents Warned Us Against_. ISBN 0-929587-06-5.]