In 1966, a youth revolution took place in the United States. It was called a "generation gap," but it was really a generation war that divided familes and caused deep divisions throughout the country. Within a few years, the rapidly rising cost-of-living made social activism a luxury few could afford.
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Steven Hager earned a Masters in Science from the University of Illinois and served off and on as editor-in-chief of High Times for over 20 years. He has published 11 books.