Podcast: Elise Frances Miller, writer


An excerpt from Elise’s new book  The Berkeley Girl Goes To Paris 1968: 

“In the decade that Americans of several generations are obsessed with, whether it’s to love it or hate it…most of us were focused on finding a lover or a spouse and learning enough to make a living. So why did the myth persist that our entire generation was deliberately and confidently revolutionary?” 

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