Young Outsiders, Mills
Richard Mills spent the summer ofm 1970 talking with young people in London communes, and Young Outsiders descrives the dramatic difference between their way of live and that of the rest of society. Through his own highly sensitive observations and through the words of young people themselves, Mills presents in full their decisions to live communally, their views of themselves and the social structures they have rejected. Mills is yet another one of those authors that can create interest in stories and topics that most of us wouldn't have necessarily thought of before and this book certainly shows that skill off. Condition is very good, however there is a light marks on the cover as is common with a book of this age.