Bill Ayers’ Weatherman Memoir: LA Review of Books 10/29

It’s not hard to understand what Bill Ayers and his friends in the Weather Underground were thinking in the early 1970s, when they made plans to bomb the Capitol and other sites. The Vietnam War was raging, Nixon was president. The American people were so distracted by the media, or blinded by ideology, or bought off by consumerism that they would never wake up; except, that is, for Bill Ayers and his friends. They saw what was going on. . . . ”
Review of Bill Ayers’ “Public Enemy”: continued at the LA Review of Books HERE