a review of
Fugitive Days: A Memoir by Bill Ayers. 2001, Beacon Press. 289 pages.
For activists born after the Vietnam War, the common folklore of the 1960s and ‘70s usually centers around Woodstock, Jimi and Janis, flower children, going back to the land, and burning draft cards. We certainly don’t learn about the militant resistance movements from popular media or in American high schools.
Aug 25, 2017