Yet, Here We Are
by Brenda K. Massman
It is 1948. Within Elizabeth’s quiet existence as a farm wife lies a poignant desire to discover a cultured life in Chicago, an experience that results in both profound love and devastating loss—and will haunt her for years to come. It is 1975. An unexpected visitor from Elizabeth’s past upends her tranquil life; meanwhile, her daughter is unwittingly caught up in the counterculture battle over the nascent food co-op community in the Twin Cities. But what—or who—is truly behind the quest for control? Yet, Here We Are is a riveting love story juxtaposed with a tumultuous time in our history that helped shape food co-ops as we know them today.
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