[sixties-l] Bill Ayers at Cody's in Berkeley, Thurs., 9-27, 7:30 P.M.

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        Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2001
        From: Steve Wagner <lakemerrittneighbors@yahoo.com>
    Subject: Bill Ayers at Cody's in Berkeley, Thurs., 9-27, 7:30 P.M.

    Bringing writers and readers together since 1956

    Thursday, September 27 BILL AYERS
    talks about FUGITIVE DAYS

    A compelling memoir, Fugitive Days is a portrait of a young
    pacifist who became a founder of one of the most militant political
    organizations in U.S. history. It's the story of Bill's ten years on the
    run as a fugitive, but it's an honest, amazingly American story of a
    boy's journey into life. "A memoir that is, in effect, a deeply moving
    elegy to all those young dreamers who tried to live decently in an
    indecent world. Ayers provides a tribute to the better angels of
    ourselves." Studs Terkel. "^Ayers's America and his family background,
    his education, his political awakening, his anger and involvement, his
    anguished reemergence from the shadows: all these are rendered in their
    truth without a Trace of nostalgia or 'second thinking.'^essential,
    indeed necessary, reading." Edward W. Said.

    7:30 PM at Cody's on Telegraph Avenue at Haste in Berkeley.

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