Clark's classic photo-essay of Midwestern youth caught in the tumult of the 1960s is available for the first time in nearly 20 years. The raw, haunting images document a youth culture progressively overwhelmed by self-destruction and are as moving and disturbing as when they first appeared.
"Staggering, poignant, raw, compassionate, and utterly honest . . . Tulsa is a major work, almost too good . . . to be true. . . . It is an intense, visceral, wrenching statement."