When David Burton runs away from home with his high school buddy in the summer of 1967, the seventeen-year-old never anticipates he is about to enter a social maelstrom that will rock the very foundation of his generation. In an intolerant time and place, the farm-raised teen lives big city life to its fullest, from a Digger's pad in Los Angeles to the uninhibited bars of Greenwich Village. Author Vidda Crochetta has chronicled the end of the sixties from the perspective of one teen's coming-of-age amid America's greatest period of social change. No other decade carried the mantle of revolution on its shoulders the way the 1960s did. The baby boomers lived an avant-garde way of life that younger generations today can only imagine. Boomers' War is about young people who smoked pot, made love not war, did not trust anyone over thirty, and changed the world.