But in fact a handful of West Coast surfers and early flower children
did take extraordinary risks bringing psychedelic substances to the people in mass quantities, their goal being not illicit wealth but a "revolution" of lysergic enlightenment.
The summer of 1969 is the summer of flower children
and moon landings.
This study weaves together some intriguing threads including the Protestant work ethic, the individual's moral value from a sociological/cultural perspective, anti-institutional ethics of the Flower Children
, moral justification of business purpose, and the connection between consumption and corporate life politics and ideology.
Little Flower Children
and Family Services has renewed leases totaling 39,390 s/f at two Joseph P.
A majority of the students in the gerontology program Abushakrah directs are old enough to have been flower children
--or the parents of flower children
The tragedy of the 60s in America was not the flower children
or campus riots, but the fact that the center of intellectual (and therefore political, economic, social) life had shifted--some say to the left, but one could also say to a previously unexplored direction.
has presented a check for $100,000 to Little Flower Children
and Family Services of New York, an organization that finds adoptive and foster homes for children on Long Island and in New York City.
The Festival of the Flower Children
took place at Woburn Abbey between August 26-28.
and be-ins are mere historical footnotes, right?
Maggie is the daughter of erstwhile flower children
who are committed to causes but not to people.
Bob Clark's 1970 film Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things, for example, is something of a reactionary fantasy, with the undead attacking the most irritating band of flower children
in movie history--possibly the exact moment America turned decisively against hippies.
ONCE THOUGHT OF AS A THROWBACK TO THE 60S AND FLOWER CHILDREN
, SUPERMARKET GROCERY COOPERATIVES MAY BE POISED FOR A COMEBACK.