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Heretic's Heart: A Journey through Spirit and Revolution (1997)

by Margot Adler

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And if you ask me where I learned

To live so recklessly,

My skin, my bones, my heretic heart

Are my authority.

—Catherine Madsen, "The Heretic Heart"
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 080707098X, Hardcover)

A refreshing, personal look back at the 1960s and their impact on American history and culture offers a portrait of a free speech advocate at Berkeley during the sixties, a woman who helped register black voters, and an anti-war activist who began a friendship with a soldier in Vietnam."

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