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A Marijuana Man a Dealer's Diary - cover

A Marijuana Man a Dealer's Diary

Steve Kravetz

Publisher: Steven Mark Kravetz

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 The mythical story of Max Gold, begins in the early sixties against the background of various progressive political movements, Civil Rights, Equal Rights, the war in Viet Nam  and the growing movement that spread nation wide on college campuse, the Brotherhood of Smoke,cannabis smoke that is. And Max was at the proverbial right place at the right time, with enough chutzpah and entrepreneurial ambition to become a Marijuana Man. The young student realizes the economical potential of the magic green weed. First selling two dollar joints then 5 dollar match boxes,t then the ounce, and the lid was to be his bread and butter. Until fate moved him to the big time of tonage. Along the way he juggles having a legitimate buisness and a personal life.Max must struggle with deep moral issues as his journey forces him to face betrayal, arrest, and even death. So find yourself a comfortable place to sit or lay, light up if your a mind to and journey back in time when gas was cheap,  love free, and the of best rock and roll that was ever born. This is Max's story but maybe a little bit yours. 

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