Paul Goodman Changed My Life
Watch August 24, 3:00am
Author of the legendary bestseller Growing Up Absurd, Paul Goodman was a poet, pacifist, visionary, and moral compass for many in the burgeoning counterculture of the '60s. Through archival footage and interviews, filmmaker Jonathan Lee weaves a rich portrait of an intellectual heavyweight whose ideas are long overdue for rediscovery.
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