Steal this Dream: Abbie Hoffman and the Countercultural Revolution in America
Doubleday, 1998 - 437 עמודים
A fascinating oral history of the social and cultural revolution in America in the '60s and beyond, as seen through the life of Abbie Hoffman and those who knew him.
Abbie Hoffman was at the center of most of the political and social tumult of the '60s, as a participant, disciple, instigator, leader, and dissident. He helped fight for civil rights in the South, organized on behalf of the poor in New York City, was the spiritual leader of the hippie generation from the Bay Bridge to the Brooklyn Bridge, and was one of the most vocal and visible counterculture guerrillas in the fight against the war in Vietnam. "Steal This Dream" is a captivating oral history of the era, told by more than 200 of those who demonstrated, protested, and lived through those tumultuous years.
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STEAL THIS DREAM: Abbie Hoffman and the Counterculture Revolution Against Americaביקורת משתמש - Kirkus
Abbie Hoffman, cut and pasted—and so made whole. This Edie-style oral biography by Howard Stern collaborator Sloman (also the author of Thin Ice, not reviewed, etc.) consists of hundreds of ... קרא סקירה מלאה
Steal this dream: Abbie Hoffman and the countercultural revolution in Americaביקורת משתמש - Not Available - Book Verdict
Hoffman is best remembered as the political prankster of the New Left, a genuinely deserving claimant in 1968 America to the title of youth leader. This "oral biography" combines testimony from ... קרא סקירה מלאה