The monograph of Ken Light's earliest photos from 1969 to 1974 documents the social landscape of America as it roiled with upheaval. He began as a participant in the youth movement and then became an observer of the entire spectrum of the cultural and political wars in America. He criss-crossed the country with youthful passion and a yearning to explain my country, asking, “What’s going on?”
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