The Nation: In from the Cold

In a footnote to the years of the counterculture, former Political Revolution ary Jane Alpert, 27, last week surrendered to federal authorities in New York City after living on the lam for 4½ years. She had jumped bail after her conviction in 1970 for conspiring to bomb Manhattan buildings as part of the extreme left's antiEstablishment, anti-corporation, antiwar crusade.

Much had happened in the interval. The Viet Nam War had ended for Americans. A comrade-in-arms, described by Alpert's attorney as her lover, had been killed in 1971 as lawmen stormed New York's Attica...

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