Haight Street: A Walk on the Wild Side

In the 1960s, San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district was a national symbol of the counterculture. The music, the clothes, the drugs, and the lifestyle thrilled a generation of American youth and outraged thei parents. What's left of it all now? What's become of the people who survived the "Summer of Love?" A walk back through the '60's with producer Ceil Muller.

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