Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The Making of a Counterculturist

"He saw the seeds of a new future in campus rebellions, the civil rights movement and even a popular button that said, 'I am a human being; do not mutilate, spindle, or tear.' As he phrased the generation’s quest, 'We are outward bound from the old corruptions of the world.' Its destination, he said, was 'the Holy City.'"

Douglas Martin in The New York Times writes an obit for Theodore Roszak.

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