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Conspiracy to riot : the life and times of one of the Chicago 7 / Lee Weiner.

Weiner, Lee,(author.).

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  • ISBN: 9781948742689
  • Physical Description: 165 pages ; 20 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Cleveland, Ohio : Belt Publishing, [2020]

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In March 1969, eight young men were indicted by the federal government for conspiracy to incite a riot. The group included a little-known community activist and social worker named Lee Weiner, who was just as surprised as the rest of the country when his name was called. The ensuing trial of the Chicago 7 was a media sensation, and it changed Weiner's life forever. As he recalls in his memoir, the trial of the Chicago 7 was part of a long tradition of American radicalism that had shaped him from an early age and remain directly relevant to today's efforts to change America for the better. Weiner shows how commitment to your ideals can change your destiny-- for better and for worse. -- adapted from jacket.
Subject: Weiner, Lee.
Radicals > United States > Biography.
Radicalism > United States.

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