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MONTANA PUBLIC RADIO - SEPTEMBER 9, 2015

CHÉRIE NEWMAN
Margaret Grundstein talks about and reads from her memoir NAKED IN THE WOODS: My Unexpected Years In A Hippie Commune. She also comments on why feminism failed in the commune.

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KATU - JUNE 16, 2015

HELEN RAPTIS AND DOUG ANDERSON
In 1970, Margaret Grundstein abandoned her graduate degree at Yale and followed her husband, an Indonesian prince and community activist, to a commune in the backwoods of Oregon. Together with ten friends and an ever-changing mix of strangers, they began to build their vision of utopia.

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OREGON PUBLIC BROADCASTING - JUNE 15, 2015

INTERVIEW WITH DAVE MILLER
A lot of people heeded that mantra in the 1960s and 70s, leaving behind the consumer economy to set up utopian communes. Some of those people ended up in rural Oregon, including Margaret Grundstein. She left behind the Ivy League to follow her husband and friends to a plot of land without electricity, plumbing, or phones.

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BLOGTALKRADIO - JUNE 3, 2015

INTERVIEW WITH GIOVANNI GELATI ON G-ZONE
Margaret Grundstein was raised in Detroit, headed east for education and tuned left to follow the great radical migration west of the 1970's.

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OCALA’S NEWS TALK RADIO - MAY 29, 2015

Interview with Larry and Robin in the Morning on The Source

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