Brilliant, funny, beautiful, well-executed self-portrait of the life of James Kunen, a revolutionary who attended Columbia University in the late-60s. Filled with philosophy, politics and a surprisingly relevant view of the world, this book's refreshing narration will pull you in and keep you going page after page.
The Strawberry Statement is a non-fiction book by James Simon Kunen, written when he was 19, which chronicled his experiences at Columbia University from 1966–1968, particularly the April 1968 protests and takeover of the office of the dean of Columbia by student protesters and is a general documentation of New York Hippie life throughout the mid-60's
&y I'd actually be down to read the Tao of Wu. I own it and haven't cracked into it yet.