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Free John Sinclair! (1970)

Free John Sinclair
A letter from prison by John Sinclair

OK, onward: FREE SINCLAIR is a good idea, yes, I can really relate to that one. But the wider issue of marijuana laws as political tools is the real thing… Continue reading

The Weathermen (1969)

I prefer the philanthropy of Captain John Brown to that philanthropy which neither shoots me nor liberates me….I do not wish to kill nor to be killed, but I can foresee circumstances in which both these things would be by… Continue reading

Marxism and Nonviolence (1966)

In May, 1966, for the second year in a row, Isaac Deutscher spoke at Berkeley’s Vietnam Day. In 1965, Vietnam Day had made a major impact on the campus and the country, with more than 10,000 students participating and a… Continue reading

Weather Underground Fifth Communication (1970)

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A year ago we blew away the Haymarker pig statue at the start of a youth riot in Chicago. The… Continue reading

Student Dress Codes? (1969)

Unrest in the Southwest

Source: Plain Brown Watermelon, Bellaire High School Newspaper, Oct. 1969, Vol 1, #1

Things are bubbling out there in the
southwest area high schools. Here’s a brief, and admittedly
incomplete rundown on a few incidents which… Continue reading

School is Bad for Children (1969)

SCHOOL IS BAD FOR CHILDREN (1969)
BY JOHN HOLT

Almost every child, on the first day he sets foot in a school building, is smarter, more curious, less afraid of what he doesn’t know, better at finding and figuring things… Continue reading

Native American Time

Native American Time
By John Collier


The recent death of John Collier, who was best known for his service as U.S. Commissioner for Indian Affairs from 1933 to 1945, came as a shock to me. This may seem an extraordinary… Continue reading

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