Following the Summer of Love, antiwar activists based in New York City evolved from a disconnected mass of individuals to a powerful network organized to protest America's involvement in Vietnam. This riveting documentary takes an unusually unsentimental look at the hippie generation, separating itself from cinema's frequently softer portrayals while not abandoning sympathy for their passions. Includes appearances by Abbie Hoffman, Phil Ochs, and Paul Krassner. 58 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; biographies; bonus short "Time of the Locust" (1966); photo gallery.