Outlaws on The Left and Right

Two disparate radicals battle what they see as an oppressive society

Urban, leftist, academic Berkeley, California, and remote northern Idaho don't share a lot. But both places have become havens for Americans who have dropped out of the workaday culture, who have a paranoid streak, and who view the very concept of government as oppressive.

--In Berkeley police said Rosebud Abigail Denovo, 19, broke into the mansion of University of California chancellor Chang-Lin Tien intending to kill him. Part of a self-styled "People's Will Direct Action Committee," Denovo took part in protests over plans by the university and the city of Berkeley to build volleyball courts at People's Park, long a refuge...

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