Finding Mendocino

At UC-Berkeley in the mid-60s the issue was survival for if a student movement couldn’t speak, petition, hawk literature, and take contributions on University turf, it couldn’t exist. We might not have been good at anything else, but we were real good at talking. We were very conscientious at that moment that the purpose of […]

Captain Fathom’s Journey

I first became politically conscious when I was about 18 or 19 years old in New York City. I began to listen to all the various socialist and communist and liberal and democratic political entities. One time I went over to Cooper Square to hear the Wobbly speaker. This was in the 50s and things […]