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MISSOULA INDEPENDENT - AUGUST 20, 2015

BY CHRIS LA TRAY
I have always found the idea of retreating from the mainstream fascinating, As I’ve grown older, I still wonder if it’s something I would be capable of, living in some type of off-grid community or commune. I know I’ve become less attached to material possessions in general, even as I have become more attached to those specific things I he chosen o hold onto (sorry, Buddha). It is an odd push an pull , this desire to withdraw but not to give up too much.

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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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BLOGTALKRADIO JUNE 2, 2015

REVIEW WITH CYRUS WEBB
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Margaret Grundstein to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her book NAKED IN THE WOODS

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OREGON LIVE - JUNE 2, 2015

REVIEW BY KRISTEN RAIN
The 1960s and early '70s was an era of extremes in ideology and its exploration and enactment. Opinions about the Vietnam War permeated the culture and split the country, neighbors, families. Peace was a resounding counterbalanced response by many of the nation's youth coming of age at this time of flower power;

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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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OSU BLOG POST - MAY 7, 2015

CHASING UTOPIA
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness: words that promise the potential of personal agency and bliss. It’s human nature to search for the fulfillment of such a promise, yet individuals chase after it in a multitude of ways. Author Margaret Grundstein visits us today to talk about her own search for happiness, chronicled in recently-released Naked in the Woods.

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