Afterlives of the Revolutionaries

Both the movement and the revolution died years ago, but the network is still alive. When news of Katherine Power's surrender became public, phones began ringing as a fellowship of aging rebels who hadn't spoken in years reached out to talk about endings. An end to the '60s. An end to the belief that the only way to stop an unjust war abroad was to start an unlawful one at home. And more than anything else, an end to another life on the run.

"I felt a little deflated," confessed Alan Berkman, physician to both the Weather Underground and the Black...

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