The Nation: Power to the Premiums

Once a radical always a radical? Not, certainly, in the case of Rennie Davis, 37. Once he was a tough-minded tactician of the antiwar movement and the Chicago Seven, who were tried for disrupting the 1968 Democratic Convention. In 1973, the year after his Chicago conviction was overturned, Davis hooked up with a teen-age guru called Maharaj Ji. Now he is connected with an even more unlikely name: John Hancock. Yes, Davis is a trainee at the insurance company's Denver office. Says he of his new constituency: "We have to get the business to the level where the cash flow is...

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