Our leader of our revolution was Vernon S. Cox,

a black, radical psychologist, who started his first commune in 1946

refusing to be crippled by the polio that left him quadriplegic at the age of 10.

The time was that of the American Cultural Revolution.

The place was Marin County, north of the Golden Gate Bridge,

and beyond the Robin Williams "rainbow tunnels",

even higher on the globe than San Francisco, California.

The story may change your life.

ISBN 978-0-578-16887-6

Happy Vernday Birthcox:

Revolution, Evolution,

and an Uncommon Commune