Part autobiography, part social history, this memoir presents the intimate story of a white, middle-class, privileged youth who embodied the contradictions of growing up in a post-War America.
His accomplishments include writing some 25 books and becoming a leader in education, counseling and historic preservation. Other lifetime highlights include debating Moral Majority leader Rev. Jerry Falwell before an audience of 2000; being interviewed by Phil Donahue on the Today Show; running the New York City Marathon; hiking the 46 High Peaks of the Adirondacks; and raising a family.
The narratives themes, whether personal, social or political, resonate strongly today.
6" x 9", 312 pages