is the title of a book about culture change in California in the Sixties era and what it meant to participate in the change process. The author, Dorothy Emerson, combines social commentary with stories of her encounters with the changing world around her and how they led her to embrace and share the emerging new culture in her life and work. She goes on to consider the value of the changes inspired by the Sixties and how they can benefit the continued development of our culture 50 years later.

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Author: The late Dorothy May Emerson, semi-retired Unitarian Universalist minister who lived in the Boston area, was a native Californian who left her home state in 1975 to explore the rest of the country and always dreamed of going back to live in California someday.