An extraordinary look back at one of the most turbulent and pivotal periods in American history:
How Many Roads?
Photographs of the Sixties and Early Seventies
by Jonathan Sa'adah
"A book...that obliterates the distance between the present and the charged past. These photographs are the work of a master." -- Teju Cole
Sa'adah's book is a searching portrait of a nation divided by war and increasing corporate domination: a time that led many young people to search for alternative ways of living and structuring society. Its ninety-one sepia photographs are arranged in three sections: "The Roads," "The War," and "The Garden." It includes an introduction by Teju Cole, essays by Elizabeth Adams, Hoyt Alverson, and Steven Tozer, and a preface by the photographer.
Both the paperback and collectors' limited edition hardcover are memorable gifts for those who lived through the 1960s, and for their children.
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New music by Jon Appleton, brilliantly performed by pianist Minkyung Oh: a special release in honor of the composer's 75th birthday.
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