This book chronicles the political and personal lives of progressive activists Richard and Miriam Flacks. Their story, rooted in 'old left' childhoods, shaped by the sixties New Left, and culminating in intellectual and community leadership, is a valuable first-hand account of how progressive American activism has evolved over the last 100 years. (Rutgers University Press)
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