Ram Dass and Allen Ginsberg in the 1980’s talk about Kerouac, polarization of the 60’s, and breaking away from the social norms. One doesn’t need to have the external trappings of being a hippie in order to be truly spiritual. There was a polarization of the alternatives versus the norm. Ginsberg broke away from established society when he got kicked out of Columbia in 1945 at the age of 19, when he had Jack Kerouac stay with him…
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