Unformatted text preview: Vermont’s own Green Mountains. After moving from the cities, many people formed communes where everyone shared both the labor and the proceeds from it. Although many of theses communes failed to survive as a result of the increasing capitalistic influences of the modern world, a good number remain to this day. If I had been around in the 60s, I think I would have been very tempted to become a part of this “back to the land” movement. Although I don’t think I would want to become a member of a commune, the idea of rural existence with few responsibilities other than what is necessary for survival is very appealing to me....
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2010 for the course HIST 095 taught by Professor J.moore during the Summer '09 term at Vermont.
- Summer '09