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1993 "First Edition, February 1993" stated; Doubleday publishers, New York; black and white glossy photos; hardbound in ash and black boards with copper foil lettering along spine; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket very good.

 

Description -

An account of the lives of five men who were fraternity jocks at Berkeley during the 1960s follows their journey through college and to adulthood, describing how they tackled love, Vietnam, race riots, Reaganomics, and more.

 

These five men, who met as fraternity brothers in the early 1960s, went on to live out their dreams, failures, loves, and the betrayals of their tumultous generation. Provides an excellent view of America in the 1960s - and of those who worked to honor and build it and those who worked to tear it down, with much information on the controversy over Vietnam, serving in the US Marine Corps as an officer, becoming an astronaut, much more.

Goat Brothers by Larry Colton

SKU: BS87l
$20.00Price