Jacobs, Harold
Publisher:  Musson Book Company, USA
Year Published:  1971
Pages:  519pp   Price:  $4.25   Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6633

A history of the Weatherman organization.


Table of Contents


Part I: The Emergence of Weatherman
1. Introduction
2. The Real SDS Stand Up
3. Hot Town: Summer in the City
4. More on Youth Movement
5. You Don't Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows
6. Towards a Revolutionary Women's Militia
7. Hand-Me-Down Marxism in the New Left
8. New Left: Old Traps
9. Weatherman
10. 1969

Part II: Action in the Streets
11. Introduction
12. Who Do They Think Could Bury You?
13. Break on Through to the Other Side
14. The Motor City 9
15. Women's Militia
16. Look at it: America 1969
17. Bringing the War Home: Less Talk, More National Action
18. A Strategy to Win
19. The Second Battle of Chicago
20. You Do Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows
21. Washington, November 15, 1969
22. Going Down in Chicago
23. On Weatherman
24. Justice in the Streets

Part III: Inside the Weather Machine
25. Introduction
26. Honky Tonk Women
27. Insider the Weather Machine
28. Weatherman Politics and the Women's Movement
29. National War Council
30. Stormy Weather
31. Weatherman Songbook

Part IV: Going Underground
32. Introduction
33. Weatherman: A Lot of Thunder but a Short Reign
34. Reply to REP
35. Weatherman: The Politics of Despair
36. It's Only People's Games that You got to Dodge
37. Everyone Talks About the Weather ….
38. Revolution in the 70's
39. Affinity Groups
40. Weather Letter
41. Letter to the Movement
42. Unsettled Accounts
43. Ted Gold: Education for Violence
44. Untitled Poem in Memory of Ted Gold
45. For Diana Oughton
46. Memories of Diana
47. For Terry Robbins
48. Where the Fuse on That Dynamite Leads
49. The Radical Bombers
50. How Does it Feel to be Inside an Explosion …
51. Communiques from the Weatherman Underground
52. Letter from Timothy Leary

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