|Category: Spirituality And Psychology||
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|About the Book|
David Haldane arrived in 1973 Berkeley as a budding young journalist. What he discovered over the next 18 months writing for the legendary Berkeley BARB, however, changed him forever.
It was a colorful moment in American history as the leftist politics of the 1960s morphed into what would become the human potential movement of the '70s and '80s. Haldane recorded it all in breathless detail, chronicling the eccentricities of the counterculture and, in the process, engaging in a quest of his own.
This book tells the story of that quest, peopled by the sometimes profane - but always fascinating visionaries of the time.
|About the Author|
|Haldane is a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, where he has covered everything from murder and mayhem to searching for the spirit of Timothy Leary in the caves of Laguna Canyon. His articles have appeared in several books and numerous publications, including the LA Times Magazine, Penthouse, Aqua, Islands and Salon.|