September 21, 2013
- Rubin’s role as an early anti-Vietnam War protest organizer, founder of the Yippies, and defendant in the Chicago Conspiracy trial.
- His immersion in the lifestyle fads of the 1970s and reinvention of himself as a yuppie businessman in the 1980s.
- His subsequent “yippie vs yuppie” debates with former partner Abbie Hoffman before his death in 1994 at age 56.
- Rubin’s claim that the radicals of the 1960s had shaped the mainstream culture of the 1970s and 1980s.
- How Rubin’s life symbolizes the coming to power of the 1960s generation.
- How the radical Left of the 1960s was able to radically transform American culture while allowing the System to continue unabated politically, economically, and militarily.
- Joe Pyne Interviews Jerry Rubin
- None Dare Call It Treason
- Activist Jerry Rubin tossed off TV by Dorothy Fuldheim
- Trial of the Chicago 8 Part One
- 1968 Democratic Convention
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