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A Veteran of the 1960's psychedelic revolution reveals the true story of the American Counterculture. How does a 22 year old alcoholic, drug-using outlaw biker/machine shop worker, in a span of less than three years, become a yoga practicing, vegetarian commune founding revolutionary, who, inspired by his psychedelic drug trips, begins to practice an Eastern form of meditation in search of inner peace? This sort of radical transformation could only take place during the 1960's Cultural Revolution, arguably America's most turbulent time when our country exploded into chaos and mad idealism. Orange Sunshine, How I Almost Survived America's Cultural Revolution, is the first hand account of what it was like to be an active participant in the movement that shaped our nation - a war baby's roller coaster ride of hot rods, guns, dope, revolution and redemption that's action-packed and heartbreakingly hilarious.
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|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)|
|Age Range:||1 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Born in 1942 in Long Beach, California, Marc's sense of patriotism and desire to be of help to his fellow man launches him on a spiritual quest, resulting in his hitting bottom - morally and spiritually. In Orange Sunshine, Marc writes with wit and honesty about his experiences, revealing a very personal, yet universally appealing, perspective on the chaos and turmoil of this country's most disaffected generation of the 20th Century. Today? Marc has been an addictions counselor for over twenty years. He lives in Southern California, and frequently travels to India to recharge his spiritual batteries.