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Outlaws of America: The Weather Underground and the Politics of Solidarity


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Brings to life America’s most famous political renegades, the Weather Underground. based on detailes and original research, Dan Berger writes a powerful account of the actions and motivations of this group of white people who risked everything to oppose war and racism in the 1960s and 1970s.

At the same time, it provides a nuanced and critically engaged study demonstrating the Weather Underground’s contemporary significance.

It is essential reading for students, activists and anyone concerned about both the state of the world and what to do about it.

AK Press
432 pages
Black and White