The Hippie Trip
Pegasus, 1968 - 368 oldal
Yablonsky combines an extensive, coherent report on hippie life with a thorough look at the movement in relation to the wider societal issues of the time. The book begins with a Preview, an introduction into the scene, and then moves onto Part II, The Trip, Yablonsky's actual journey. Part III, Analysis, examines the hippie movement in its own right and within the framework of American society. Part IV, The Appendix, is a presentation of data from questionnaires filled out by over seven hundred hippies. And finally, a Glossary for readers not familiar with the terminology of the psychedelic movement.
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