Jim Simons reflects on his life and times with former law partner, Cam Cunningham, who died earlier this month, and their work defending Movement activists, anti-war GIs, and others in the heady late ’60s and ’70s. In 1971, Jim remembers, “we cleaned out our firm bank account” and went to the May Day action in Washington to “shut down D.C. in protest against the Vietnam war,” but “wound up lawyering to get our comrades out of jail.”

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