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The Sayings of Roland, or Love Letters from the Sixties

Probably the person who influenced me the most in the direction that led to Berkeley and my actions there, therefore everything else that happened to me in my adult life, was a man I met while still in high school named Roland W. Eves, now deceased. He was arrested in 1961 in Tallahassee for helping […]

Leaving Berkeley

The article below was published, as my interview indicates, just before my family and I sold most of our belongings, stored the rest in my daughter’s grandmother’s basement, sold our new station wagon, bought an old Chevy pickup with a shell camper on it and hit the road. One of the authors, Richard Cowan, was […]