Canadian non-fiction, Canadian authors (Non-fiction), History, Canadian history
Rochdale College was an eighteen-story apartment building near the University of Toronto campus which, between 1968 and 1975, was the centre of hippie culture in Toronto. Reviled by politicians and police for its anarchy and its flow of drugs, and… loved by hippies for the same reasons, the Rochdale culture helped create some of Canada's most gifted artists, actors, musicians, and writers. Some strong language. 1988.