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Author Charles Degelman on the Legacy of the 1960s
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There are epic chapters in American history that inspire a seemingly endless flow of fiction, historical analysis and first-person reflection. Not least among these chapters is the 1960s, and the dramatic social movements that helped define that decade.

One of the newest entries in the ’60s canon is Gates of Eden, a novel by longtime theater artist and political activist Charles Degelman. The anti-war movement is the canvas against which Degelman sets his story, and while the book is not autobiographical, the author knows his subject well.

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Source: 
Frying Pan News
Date: 
Aug.14.2012
Interviewer: 
Danny Feingold, Editor at Large, Frying Pan News