The escapades of the colorful characters in Electric Honey provide a front row seat to the cultural clash which rocked the country in the 1960's and sowed the seeds of today's conservative backlash. A joke by a small of university pranksters triggers a war between the students and an ageing right winger who needs a cause to breathe life into both his struggling conservative organization and his failing love life. By challenging the students and their mythical threat he wages a fight for America's soul that makes the gyrations of Rush Limbaugh, Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson and Ronald Reagon seem perfectly rational.
"An enjoyable book for all those who lived through the 60's. It will also appeal to their children to help them understand their occasionally loony parents."- -Tom Pacheco, folk singer who lives in Woodstock, NY