The Weekly Standard, “Flowers in Their Hair”

Coyote — he chose the name after he saw coyote tracks in the snow; he was high at the time — is the most prominent surviving figure from the Summer of Love and the counterculture it encapsulated. He helped found the Diggers, a swashbuckling group of crypto-anarchists who moved among the hippies and tried to anchor their behavior in a larger revolutionary theory. For the last 30 years Coyote has worked as an actor in small European films and on American TV. He’s got several episodes of Law & Order under his belt. You can hear his distinctive baritone narrating Ken Burns’s documentaries, including the upcoming Vietnam series; also car commercials.

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