Culture Gap
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The pervasive, and intriguing, stories surrounding the mysterious Camelsfoot Commune in the Yalakom valley, BC, Canada.

  • Previously untold story of a mysterious commune in the remote Yalakom Valley, north of Lillooet, BC, Canada
  • Centered around a brilliant and charismatic Simon FraserUniversity professor manqué, Fred Brown
  • A candid account of one family's experience of going back-to-the-land
  • Author is acting Publisher of well-known activist book publishers, New Society Publishers
  • An absorbing account of a lifestyle emblematic of a time, Culture Gap depicts a young mother's struggle to reconcile her social ideals of personal and environmental responsibility with the practicalities of loving and caring for those closest to her
  • As a new generation searches for meaning, this story of lived experience provides intrigue and valuable lessons learned

Prologue: The Trail
Chapter One: We Take the Plunge (and the Trail)
Chapter Two: Our Courage Did Not Quail
Chapter Three: How Do We Decide What to Do?
Chapter Four: Camelsfoot Meets Eaglestarr
Chapter Five: Big Food, Big Issues
Chapter Six: The First Winter
Chapter Seven: Work Hard, Play Hard, Learn Lots
Chapter Eight: A Hard Lesson, and Real Love
Chapter Nine: Power Outside and In...
Chapter Ten: We Lose Fred...Forever
Epilogue: Another World is Possible

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Published 15 April 2019
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EAN13 9781897408216
Language English
Document size 449 MB