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Ringolevio: A Life Played for Keeps
Tentatively, Convenience's review
Dec 28, 2007
As is so often the case, my edition is not the one shown. I have a hardback published by Little, Brown and Company in 1972. For me, this is an extremely important 1st person history of little known aspects of North American underground radical history. Emmett Grogan was a major participant in founding the more recent version of the Diggers - who created free stores & free food programs. "Emmett Grogan", as a name, also eventually became a "collective identity" (aka: "multiple name") that predates Neoism's "Monty Cantsin". Grogan's audacity & dedication are extremely inspiring. Alas, I think he died from a heroin OD. BE WARNED!
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