I Inhaled: Rantings, Ramblings and Ravings of a Hippie Lawyer
by Alan Stuart Graf
Release Date: 10/10/2014
Alan Graf, the self-proclaimed hippie lawyer, takes the reader through his ranting, ramblings, ravings and unforeseen life adventures that journals the hippie generation through a Holocaust family survivor who took acid, joined a commune and then later finally pleased his Jewish mother by going to law school and becoming a lawyer. The book jumps from one hilarious adventure to another with the overriding theme that the message of the hippie generation still stands: we can make it through this insanity we call Western Civilization to a better place by invoking those time-honored principles of love, compassion and common sense.
MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The Author, Alan Graf, is a father, grandfather, musician, hippie and lawyer in that order of self-designated importance.
As a lawyer he has won civil rights awards from national and local attorney organizations for his work defending political protestors. For many years he also represented the homeless, street musicians. tree sitters, and the disabled. At the ripe old age of 64 he continues to do battle with the forces of oppression, at the same time desperately trying to keep his quirky sense of humor. Alan currently lives in Floyd, Virginia attempting to pass as a clandestine redneck banjo player which he hopes, the story of which, will eventually make it to his FBI file.