Monthly Archives: August 2014

Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–From Berkeley To Kent State, 1964-1970

Epilogue: Columbia SDS Memories: From Berkeley To Kent StateFrom news of the Berkeley revolt to the Columbia revolt to news of Ted’s death to news of Kent State in less than 6 years. Within these years are my Columbia SDS … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–The Bronx and Kent State, 1970

Chapter 27: The Bronx and Kent State, 1970I decided to finally get a 9-to-5 clerical job to secure the bread needed to get a cheap apartment in this post-draft period of my life. I went to the New York State … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–Uncle Sam Don’t Want Me, 1970

Chapter 26: Uncle Sam Don’t Want Me, 1970In late February 1970, I had finally received the order to report for my pre-induction physical. I mentioned this fact to Howie and he furnished me the telephone number of a doctor who … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–All Power To My Sisters, 1970

Chapter 25: All Power To My Sisters, 1970Increasingly, though, some Movement women were starting to question the political drift towards the use of militant tactics that would include destroying U.S. corporate and military property by anti-war bomb-planting. Political arguments started … Continue reading

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Sundial: Columbia SDS Memories–The Explosion At West 11th Street, 1970

Chapter 24: The Explosion At West 11th Street, 1970Less than two weeks after I had moved into the E.6th St. apartment, I was staffing the Newsreel office on a weekday in early March 1970. Around 10:30 in the morning, I … Continue reading

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