Voices from the Farm: Adventures in Community Living

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Rupert Fike
Book Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1998 - History - 162 pages
6 Reviews
In 1972, at the height of the counter-culture movement, several hundred hippies drove their school buses into southern rural Tennessee and founded America's largest, modern-day intentional community: The Farm. In this book, past and present members of The Farm recount some of their more memorable experiences. Photos.

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Review: Voices from the Farm: Adventures in Community Living

User Review  - Lindsay - Goodreads

FASCINATING. Don't read this for the quality of writing, read it for the personal narratives and stories. If this is the kind of thing that sounds interesting to you, I promise that it will be! Read full review

Review: Voices from the Farm: Adventures in Community Living

User Review  - Nicolette - Goodreads

It was an ok book. It took me longer to get through this book than I thought. It's a really short book but I just had a hard time getting through it. Some of the stories in the book are really good and some are a little boring. Read full review

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