Rand L. Greenfield
I grew up in Danville, Il. I received a B.A. from Stanford in 1972 and a J.D. from the University of New Mexico in 1976. I taught at Lewis and Clark College's Law School in Portland, Oregon and then worked for the Israeli Environmental Protection Service in Jerusalem before settling in to practice law in New Mexico. I've been married for 28 years and live with my wife, Tessie, and dog, Buddy, in retirement in Albuquerque. My daughter, Sima, is teaching English in Madrid.
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A Change of Consciousness: A Hippie’s Memoir of the Sixties and Beyond
by Rand L. Greenfield
1968. San Francisco transformed a naïve 18-year old preppie from a small town in the Midwest into a hippie. Here are the tales of a time of seeking magic. These are the stories of an aged hippie, of the times he lived through and where they took him, the memories of an unconventional life.
It began, as it must have, with sex, drugs and rock n’ roll.
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