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Thu Feb 12 22:16:37 2015 UTClccn-n800655850.15Blast from the past0.321.00Fuck the system79408884Abbie_Hoffmann 80065585447163FreeFree 1937-1989Hoffman, Abbie 1936-1989Meteskey, George.Meteskey, George 1936-1989lccn-n80065586Raskin, Jonah1942-autlccn-n94043940Simon, Daniel1957-lccn-n82151735Jezer, Martyautlccn-n85346365Friedman, Kinkyautlccn-n94007900Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n78046157Sloman, Larryautlccn-n85157087Silvers, Jonathanlccn-n83167386Youth International Partylccn-n94043931Hoffman, Jack1939-autlccn-n91035450Haber, IzakHoffman, AbbieBiographyRecords and correspondenceHistoryInterviewsHandbooks, manuals, etcUnited StatesRadicalismRadicalsCivilizationPopular culturePrivate investigatorsFugitives from justiceNineteen seventiesSocial historyDrug testingAnarchismPolitical activistsDemocratic National ConventionRiotsIllinois--ChicagoAnti-war demonstrationsDissentersRock musicYouth International PartyNew York (State)--New YorkPolitical scienceCivil disobedienceSubculturePolitics and cultureRight and left (Political science)Hoffman, AbbieHumorous storiesVietnam War (1961-1975)Protest movementsOchs, PhilKrassner, PaulCountry musiciansPeace movementsDrug abuseNew LeftBeat generationAmerican poetryLSD (Drug)Alternative lifestylesKesey, KenPolitical satire, AmericanHallucinogenic drugsConformityPolitical persecutionLeary, Timothy,Woodstock FestivalHippiesGraffitiChileFraud1936198919551966196719681969197019711972197419761978198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022004200520062007200820092010201120122013201412045151286303.484HN90.R3ocn020356952ocn015792684ocn000452298ocn000063706ocn049059579ocn060425535ocn002064380ocn032589277ocn000142371ocn223381074ocn034467414ocn024424469ocn005686750ocn753672287ocn779744065ocn820629149ocn7060726957698ocn020356952book19890.26Hoffman, AbbieThe best of Abbie HoffmanThe life of Abbie Hoffman, cofounder of the Yippie movement and a prominent activist of the twentieth century. Hoffman recounts his growing involvement in the student movement as it rose to national prominence, giving behind-the-scenes details about the historic protests at the 1968 Democratic Convention and subsequent Chicago conspiracy trial, his "levitation" of the Pentagon, and his friendships with other movement leaders+-+627879694566325ocn049059579book19710.28Hoffman, AbbieSteal this bookHandbooks, manuals, etc+-+K2673031066535ocn015792684book19870.25Hoffman, AbbieSteal this urine test : fighting drug hysteria in America+-+855956596564916ocn000452298book19680.56Hoffman, AbbieRevolution for the hell of itHistoryBiography+-+254107510643412ocn000063706book19690.54Hoffman, AbbieWoodstock nation; a talk-rock album3105ocn002309078book19760.33Hoffman, AnitaTo America with love : letters from the undergroundRecords and correspondence+-+03714433362196ocn000053923book19690.74The Conspiracy1551ocn031072256rcrd19940.21Who (Musical group)Thirty years of maximum R & BTitre.. Instr.. No .. Do meur.. ,664ocn037743565visu19880.31Growing up in AmericaIn 1969 Morley Markson made a film that captured the heart and soul of the 1960's and called it Breathing Together : Revolution of the Electric Family ; it showed luminaries of this time of almost 3 decades ago642ocn000578951book19720.80Hoffman, AbbieVote!521ocn059534785book20010.60Hoffman, AbbieThe autobiography of Abbie HoffmanBiography+-+6246303106263ocn038124823visu19810.47My name is Abbie orphan of AmericaA countercultural icon, Hoffman is remembered as one of the greatest radicals of the civil rights and anti-war movements of the sixties. In this film, which documents the first interview he gave in 1980 when he decided to reveal his identity after spending seven years in hiding, he traces the evolution of political activism in America222ocn004283079book19780.98Solzhenitsyn in America, Abbie Hoffman in Russia : two exclusive reports144ocn005689869book19710.94Hoffman, AbbieThe "steal yourself rich" book142ocn024399616visu19910.54My dinner with AbbieInterviewsAn interview with the late American dissident Abbie Hoffman, on the eve of his 50th birthday in 198697ocn021246333book19800.25Hoffman, AbbieSoon to be a major motion pictureBiographySynopsis: Soon to Be a Major Motion Picture is the life story of one of the most important activists of the 20th century. Hoffman's book opens with his reflections on his suburban Jewish upbringing and early rebelliousness and goes on to recount his involvement in the student movement at Berkeley in the early 1960s, the anti-war demonstrations of the late '60s and early '70s, and his years as a fugitive from the American justice system. Along the way he gives behind-the-scenes details about the events at the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago and subsequent Chicago Seven trial, his "levitation" of the Pentagon, and his friendships with Jerry Rubin, Bobby Seale, Allen Ginsberg, and many others. For this edition, his widow, Johanna Lawrenson, has written a new afterword about Hoffman's activism in the '80s and his legacy today. Insightful, funny, and often moving, Soon to Be a Major Motion Picture is a self-portrait of a radical taking stock of his life's work71ocn008683177book19671.00Hoffman, AbbieFuck the system72ocn060763544rcrd19900.26Sound bites from the counter culture62ocn043108767book19710.97"En el límite"51ocn063947556book19710.29Underground : het andere Amerika : de media en de politiek en maatschappij van de onderwijs en opvoeding in de nieuwe moraal van de bewustzijnsverruiming/mystiek & de religie in de underground21875ocn042636935file19960.30Raskin, JonahFor the hell of it the life and times of Abbie HoffmanHistoryBiographyDrawing on his own twenty-year relationship with Hoffman, hundreds of interviews with friends, family members, and former comrades, and careful scrutiny of FBI files, court records, and public documents, Raskin provides the best account we have of this mercurial figure. He takes us from Hoffman's childhood in Worcester, Massachusetts, through his civil rights and antiwar activities - in particular his roles in the 1968 Democratic National Convention and the notorious Chicago Conspiracy trial the next year. Raskin chronicles Hoffman's cocaine bust, his years underground during the seventies, and his alternating fits of manic hyperactivity and paralyzing depression. When he took his own life in 1989, Hoffman was both larger than life and a deeply troubled soul+-+302057570512403ocn025509934book19920.27Jezer, MartyAbbie Hoffman, American rebelBiographyLooks at the life of the famous rebel in the social, cultural, and political context of his times+-+226570863510224ocn038884676book19980.16Friedman, KinkyBlast from the pastFictionManuscriptsA blow on the head sends PI Kinky Friedman back in time to his early days as a private eye. One of his first cases involved his girlfriend, Judy, claiming to have seen her old lover, Tom, alive. Officially, he was killed during the Vietnam War and was buried with full military honors+-+34285393157938ocn006356332book19800.25Hoffman, AbbieSoon to be a major motion pictureBiographySynopsis: Soon to Be a Major Motion Picture is the life story of one of the most important activists of the 20th century. Hoffman's book opens with his reflections on his suburban Jewish upbringing and early rebelliousness and goes on to recount his involvement in the student movement at Berkeley in the early 1960s, the anti-war demonstrations of the late '60s and early '70s, and his years as a fugitive from the American justice system. Along the way he gives behind-the-scenes details about the events at the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago and subsequent Chicago Seven trial, his "levitation" of the Pentagon, and his friendships with Jerry Rubin, Bobby Seale, Allen Ginsberg, and many others. For this edition, his widow, Johanna Lawrenson, has written a new afterword about Hoffman's activism in the '80s and his legacy today. Insightful, funny, and often moving, Soon to Be a Major Motion Picture is a self-portrait of a radical taking stock of his life's work6961ocn038432597book19980.28Sloman, LarrySteal this dream : Abbie Hoffman and the countercultural revolution in AmericaBiographyAbbie Hoffman was at the center of most of the political and social tumult of the sixties, as a participant, disciple, instigator, leader, and dissident. He helped fight for civil rights in the South, organized on behalf of the poor in New York City, was the spiritual leader of the hippie generation from the Bay Bridge to the Brooklyn Bridge, and was one of the most vocal and visible counterculture guerrillas in the fight against the war in Vietnam. Steal This Dream is a captivating oral history of Abbie Hoffman and the sixties, as told by more than two hundred of those who demonstrated, protested, and lived through those tumultuous years+-+17166903855962ocn030516653book19940.23Hoffman, JackRun run run : the lives of Abbie HoffmanBiography"An intimate portrait of one of the most fascinating and complex history-makers of our century, Run Run Run intertwines the details of Abbie Hoffman's intense personal life, as told by his brother, Jack, with the dramatic politics of the sixties, seventies, and eighties. From the creation of the Yippies! in 1967, the tumult of the 1968 Democratic National Convention protests, the humor and agony of the Chicago conspiracy trial, the scandal of Abbie's 1973 cocaine bust and his six and a half years as a fugitive, to the emergence of his alter ego, environmentalist Barry Freed, and Abbie's final struggle with manic-depressive illness, this brother's biography offers a compelling examination of the contradictions that make Abbie Hoffman such a fascinating figure." "Run Run Run is also the story of the Hoffman family and how Abbie and Jack's relationship survived the twists and turns of the one's celebrity. From early childhood until the day before his death, Abbie talked to, called, wrote, cabled, telexed, taught, and pestered his kid brother almost daily. With the information and affection only a brother could bring to the complexities of Abbie's life, Jack Hoffman, together with Daniel Simon, sets Abbie's public persona alongside a picture of his private aspirations and fears, romances and lasting loves, and enduring family relationships."--Jacket+-+25122292354634ocn007924796book19820.30Hoffman, AbbieSquare dancing in the Ice Age2135ocn045875920visu20000.20Steal this movieDramaA unique journey into the life of activist radical Abbie Hoffman as he battles for social justice and travels thru the maze of music and politics that defined the late sixties and early seventies--cover+-+01452633063241702ocn023770748book19910.60Becker, Theodore LewisLive this book : Abbie Hoffman's philosophy for a free and green America1212ocn046326406book20000.60Hoffman, AbbieThe autobiography of Abbie HoffmanBiography+-+6246303106641ocn023613985book19900.26Hoffman, AbbieThe best of Abbie HoffmanThe life of Abbie Hoffman, cofounder of the Yippie movement and a prominent activist of the twentieth century. Hoffman recounts his growing involvement in the student movement as it rose to national prominence, giving behind-the-scenes details about the historic protests at the 1968 Democratic Convention and subsequent Chicago conspiracy trial, his "levitation" of the Pentagon, and his friendships with other movement leaders+-+0798796945591ocn040181534rcrd19980.15Friedman, KinkyBlast from the pastFictionThis is a yarn about Kinky's early days in New York--how he went from a down-and-out sleazeball country music performer to the down-and-out sleazeball ace detective554ocn842037812visu19680.29Last summer won't happenBiographyShot in 1968, this is a critical yet sympathetic examination of the anti-Vietnam War movement in New York City. The film traces the development of a group of activists on the Lower East Side. We see their growth from isolated, alienated individuals to a politically empowered community. Filmed between the protests at the Pentagon and the demonstrations at the Democratic Convention in Chicago, it includes portraits of Abbie Hoffman, editor Paul Krassner, folksinger Phil Ochs and anarchist Tom "Osha" Neumann293ocn551797481file20100.87United StatesFederal response to radicalism in the 1960sHistorySourcesContains 87,391 digital page images reproducing FBI documentation of the internal organization, personnel, and activities of some of the most prominent American radical groups and their movements to change American government and society264ocn039752092book19900.96United StatesFBI file Abbie HoffmanArchivesThis FBI file includes memos, reports, interview transcripts, newspaper clippings, and teletypes. Organized first by headquarters and field files, then chronologically by type of file, this publication contains information on the following subject headings: Anti-riot Laws, Unlawful Flight, Treason, and Domestic Security101ocn156912098visu20060.95An evening with Ed Sanders & the FugsPoetrySanders performs his and others' poetry and music, with the Fugs' tribute to Abbie Hoffman91ocn044268654book20000.96Guide to the microfilm edition of the FBI file on Abbie HoffmanArchivesMicroform catalogs71ocn045383968visu19980.31Rebels: a journey undergroundHistoryIn 1959 a twenty-six year old creative writing student named Ken Kesey became a guinea pig for LSD experiments conducted by the CIA and later used this experience to write "One flew over the cuckoo's nest." Timothy Leary, a Harvard research psychologist turned rebel guru, told people to "Turn on, tune in, drop out!" while an anti-war activist named Abbie Hoffman led a peace demonstration at the 1968 Chicago democratic convention. This film delves into the world of hippies and yippies; young people who put themselves at risk in pursuit of "perception" and democratic freedom51ocn724304417book20110.47Bittermann, KlausThe Crazy Never Die : amerikanische Rebellen in der populären KulturBiographyBiographische Essays über gesellschaftliche Aussenseiter, die grossen Einfuss auf die Entwicklung der populären Kultur hatten. Sie verkörperten Widerstandsgeist, Provokation und Dissidenz und das alles auf einem extrem hohen Drogenniveau. Sie waren die Jungs, die von den normalen Bürgern Amerikas am liebsten in irgendein Dritteweltland abgeschoben worden wären, um sie für immer los zu sein, weil sie alles repräsentierten, was inakzeptabel war: Gefährliche Individuen, auffälliges Gesindel wie Robert Michum, Exzentriker wie Lenny Bruce, dessen Genuss im Regelverstoss lag, Feinde der Gesellschaft wie Abbie Hoffman, Verrückte, die den sexuellen Exzess liebten und zelebrierten, Vaterlandslose ohne Familie, Waffennarren wie Hunter S. Thompson, Desserteure aus allen Pflichten, Bohemiens, Spinner und Maniker wie Lester Bangs, Drogenfreaks, Agitatoren, Cowboys wie Kinky Friedman. Wenn es so etwas gab wie "das andere Amerika", dann waren sie die Protagonisten. Klaus Bittermann, 1952 geboren, Autor und Verleger, lebt in Berlin. Herausgeber von 26 Anthologien und Beiträger für selbige. Schreibt für die junge Welt, taz und jungle world und seinen Blog: www.bittermann.edition-tiamat.de. Veröffentlichungen u.a.: "Wie Walser einmal Deutschland verlassen wollte", Berlin 2005. Unter dem Pseudonym Artur Cravan schrieb er eine Krimi-Trilogie: "Tod in der Schonzeit", "Fluchtpunkt Berlin", "Der tödliche Bluff". Hörbuch: "Sieben Abschweifungen über Hunter S. Thompson", Berlin 2006. Kinderbuch: "Der Aufstand der Kuscheltiere. Eine Räuber- und Pistolengeschichte", mit Illustrationen von Rudi Hurzlmeier, Frankfurt 200741ocn666483858visu20091.00Hooray for Abbie! a tribute to Abbie Hoffman"A fond tribute and remembrance by the musicians, poets, conspirators and lawyers who framed the late sixties as a media parade, and a Vietnam war protest. In short, with Abbie Hoffman, it was always a political party." -- Container+-+6278796945+-+6278796945Fri Feb 13 10:46:23 EST 2015batch30707