An exclusive Rag Blog interview with Bernardine Dohrn — the leader of late Sixties SDS and the Weather Underground who now teaches law at Northwestern University and is an advocate for children and family justice — by an old colleague, Jonah Raskin. When asked why Americans are so docile today, Dohrn says, “The trick is to avoid cynicism. Ordinary people have the wisdom but they don’t know they have the power.”

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