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Fugitive Days by Bill Ayers
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Sep 28, 2009

really liked it
Read in September, 2008

This book is a little clunky, and Bill Ayers is not a fantastic writer. This story, however, is far more important than as a first-person historical relic of the SDS and Weatherman in the days after the house on 11th Street evaporated. It is about bringing the war home, and it is about a war that continues today. I bought it at a reading several years ago and only broke it out last fall when the Ayers connection became an issue in the Obama campaign. Venceremos!

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