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The way the wind blew : a history of the Weather Underground

Author: Ron Jacobs
Publisher: London ; New York : Verso, 1997.
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During the 1960s and 1970s, the Weatherman group gained notoriety for their violent, clandestine resistance to racism and imperialism in the United States. Drawing on documents and interviews, this book provides a history of the group.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ron Jacobs
ISBN: 1859841678 9781859841679 1859848613 9781859848616
OCLC Number: 37315352
Description: viii, 216 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Contents: 1. 1968: SDS Turns Left --
2. Weather Dawns: The Break and the Statement --
3. Into the Streets: Days of Rage --
4. Down the Tunnel: Going Underground --
5. Women, the Counter-culture, and the Weather People --
6. Changing Weather --
7. A Second Wind? The Prairie Fire Statement --
8. The End of the Tunnel: Weather and Its Successors.
Responsibility: Ron Jacobs.
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This history of the Weatherman Underground covers the origins, development and ultimate demise of the organization. Drawing on an array of documents, interviews with participants, and a knowledge of  Read more...

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"A full and harrowing history." - David R. Roediger

 
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