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Title: The Caravan
Publisher: Random House, New York
Publication Date: 1972
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 3rd Printing
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In 1970 hippy philosopher-teacher Stephen Gaskin adjourned his open, weekly meetings (referred to as Monday night class) and left San Francisco on a speaking tour of the U.S. He was accompanied by 250 students in a caravan of 50 buses and assorted campers. Together they traveled over 8,000 miles as Stephen spoke at colleges and churches about peace, love and understanding, and the changes that were sweeping the country. Here are the original transcripts of that historic journey along with Caravan meetings and Stephen's commentary from todays perspective.About the Author:
Stephen Gaskin is an active speaker on the alternative lifestyles circuit and was inducted into the Counter Culture Hall of Fame in Amsterdam in November 2004. In the 60s he was renknown as a "hippie guru." Along with 250 of his students, he founded The Farm, one of the largest alternative communities in the U.S. Stephen still lives on The Farm in Tennessee.
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