‘At the age of 78, when I should have accepted my past and the things I have done, I find it challenging to write candidly about my own experiences with anti-Semitism’
California congresswoman was active in the Venceremos Brigade in the 1970s
‘When the voices of citizens are muffled they use their bodies and go into the streets’
How I sat out the Vietnam War in an English department in Manchester, England, only to come home to another battle in New York
What does the Weather Underground’s 45-year-old manifesto have to tell us today?
How extreme tolerance and existential rebellion can bring the high-minded to mistakenly embrace murderous lows
In honor of a moment of awakening: April 17, 1965, when we got serious about ending the war