San Francisco is not America; it’s what’s left of America. It’s the Great Wall of China of America’s forgotten promises! Here in San Francisco have gathered all of society’s children, space-age dropouts from the American dream, Horatio Algers in reverse, descending from riches to rags and gathering now on the corners of Grant and Green in their beads and spangles and marijuana smoke to watch the entire structure crumble. (Jerry Kamstra, The Frisco Kid)
Recommended CitationAshbolt, Anthony, Bohemians, Bridges and Bolsheviks: Radical San Francisco Before Flower Power, Illawarra Unity - Journal of the Illawarra Branch of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 11(1), 2012, 27-50.