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Where Have All the Hippies Gone?

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Where Have All the Hippies Gone? by Sam Yulish, is like no other book you've read lately. It has that old exuberance and wealth of emotion that make it, if nothing else, a chronicle of wondering and journeying, of knowing and finding out. Each interview builds on the next the way the tie-dyed few built upon each other's singular experience until the handful were a nation. ...more
Paperback, 116 pages
Published January 25th 2007 by Dog Ear Publishing
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Tracey Madeley
Nov 22, 2013 Tracey Madeley rated it liked it
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This was a lot more positive and well rounded than some of the other books I have read. It starts with a series of interviews with different people and their experiences of the sixties and how things have changed. I would have liked the interviews to have a little more depth, but at least it did not portray everyone as a drug addict.

The second part of the book related to short stories and again I did not feel they were complete and rounded, there was something missing. However writing good short
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Jul 07, 2009 Trisi rated it really liked it
This book was great....Only took about an hour or so to read. To see how all these people lived through "the scene" back in the 60's and how differntly everyone turned out in the future. I really enjoyed it.
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