Alan Graf, the self-proclaimed hippie lawyer, takes the reader through his ranting, ramblings, ravings and unforeseen life adventures that journals the hippie generation through a Holocaust family survivor who took acid, joined a commune and then later finally pleased his Jewish mother by going to law school and becoming a lawyer. The book jumps from one hilarious adventure to another with the overriding theme that the message of the hippie generation still stands: we can make it through this insanity we call Western Civilization to a better place by invoking those time honored principles of love, compassion and common sense.
Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Graf, Alan
Publisher: Di Angelo Publications
Size: 9.21h x 6.14w x 0.56d
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