A well-guided path down memory lane

A well-guided path down memory lane

For anyone who lived through the “Sixties,” Dorothy Emerson’s authentic stories were shared by many and offer a well-guided path down memory lane. Her analysis of the lasting effects of that era describes a potential path forward for those who want to change what is happening in our culture today, but recognize the old forms of protest do not work well. Her historical review supports the value of spiritual awakenings to fuel cultural/political paradigm shifts. Young “Cultural Creatives” can use the lessons of this book for their own Sea Change. 

Karen Edwards, PhD. Professor and psychotherapist (retired)


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