David Gilbert arrived at Columbia University just in time for the explosive Sixties. From the early anti-Vietnam war protests to the founding of SDS, Gilbert was on the scene: as organiser, theoretician and, above all, activist. Writing from a maximum security prison following the disaster of the 1982 Brinks robbery, he recounts the Weather Underground movement in this extraordinary memoir. Written with candour and humour, this is an uncompromising and reflective account of the Sixties and beyond.

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