The hippest satire of early America ever written, PASSIONS OF THE PATRIOTS portrays George Washington as a gay pot smoker, Ben Franklin and Tom Jefferson as genius philanderers, Abigail Adams as a wayward free lover, and much more. A milestone for gay rights and the legalization of hemp, marijuana and gay marriage. "Absolutely delightful. Ingenious. What a romp," says Howard Zinn, author of A PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. "A hoot," says Ernest Callenbach, author of ECOTOPIA.