Goat Brothers

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Doubleday, Jan 1, 1993 - History - 559 pages
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They were golden boys in Pi K. A., a jock house at Berkeley, chasing co-eds, cramming, chugging: Larry Colton, Loren Hawley, Jim van Hoften, Steve Radich, and Ron Vaughn. Goat Brothers is a true-life American saga about these five men who meet as fraternity brothers in the early '60s, and of the forces that shape them as they struggle to adjust to adulthood in an explosively changing world. 16 photos.

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User Review  - satyridae - LibraryThing

I bailed out of this one early on. I read the first chapter and the last, looked at the photos and decided I just didn't care. I am not rating it because I got the impression that it's well written and interesting- just not to me. Frat boys grow up? They do tend to, after all. Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Heartfelt but taxing chronicle of the lives of five fraternity brothers from their 60's matriculation at USC-Berkeley to their present middle age. The modern prototype for freelance journalist Colton ... Read full review

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Larry Colton lives in Portland, Oregon.

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