7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
An Eloquent and Insightful Memoir of the 60s,
This review is from: Up Against the Wall Motherf**er: A Memoir of the '60s, with Notes for Next Time (Paperback)
Up Against the Wall Motherf**ker: A Memoir of the Sixties with Notes for Next Time
Osha Neumann is a prominent civil rights attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area. His book is a fantastic memoir of the intersection between 60s hippie culture and 60s radical culture, as seen from the vantage of an exceptionally perceptive and erudite attorney who has both achieved great 'straight' success AND stayed true to his roots.
Out of the dozens and dozens of books I have seen in my research for an upcoming documentary on Osha's friend, Alan Steinbach, MD (that deals, at least peripherally, with the legacy of the 60s) - this is by far the best!