|Title:||YOU CAN GO HOME AGAIN: Adventures of a Contrary Life|
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|Publisher:||Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press; 1st ed edition (1998)|
The measure of his courage - and contrariness - is that he has been successful. In You Can Go Home Again, he tells us what motivated him and what success has meant. While its great the community would come together for it, I just tired of reading it after it went on several pages. May 25, 2011 Natasha rated it really liked it.
-Wes Jackson, The Land Institute. Gene Logsdon has lived by failing according to most people s standards of success, and has made a good life. A good book, too. I like You Can Go Home Again (to name one reason of several) because it comes from experience. It has to do, not with speculation or theory or wishful thinking, but with what is possible.
Gene Logsdon has published his autobiography. He returned to the good life of his childhood - at least almost. As a witness of the great change in agriculture, he feels a little bit like the last of the dinosaurs, one of the last generation who grew up on a traditional farm before agrobusiness destroyed the culture of rural America. Logdson does not present.
Wes Jackson, The Land Institute.
The author, Gene Logsdon, October 21, 1998 I try to consider deeper thoughts. Sometimes my nose gets so high up in the air I can hardly work this damn computer. Our potatoes are rather small too, come to think of it. My latest book, YOU CAN GO HOME AGAIN, is a little different from most of the earlier ones in that I try to consider deeper thoughts. Deeper than potatoes. I manage to insult institutional religion, institution education, commercial journalism, and commercial agribusiness, which probably means that I will lose what few friends I have remaining.
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