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Abbie Hoffman

Abbie Hoffman

  • Kazrajas says:
    Apr 19,  · Abbie Hoffman, the clown prince of radical protest whose life and death seemed a synonym for the 's, committed suicide with a huge dose of barbiturates, a .
  • Kajora says:
    Feb 25,  · Abbie Hoffman () was an American political and social activist, anarchist, and revolutionary who co-founded the Youth International Party ("Yippies"). He was arrested and tried for his role in protests that led to violent confrontations with police Cited by:
  • Grogor says:
    Abbie Hoffman, the flamboyant s radical who co-founded the Yippies and later spent seven years underground after being indicted on drug charges, died Wednesday at his apartment in Pennsylvania Author: EDWARD J. BOYER.
  • Mezigis says:
    In Hoffman had turned to doing drugs and began the Yippie Movement. In he was to go to trial for possession of cocaine, but instead he changed his name to Barry Freed and underwent plastic surgery to avoid it. He moved to New York where he lived underground until , when he decided to give himself up to authorities.
  • Zulugul says:
    Abbie Hoffman assumed many identities: social activist, anarchist, impostor, outlaw, comedian, and, in the minds of some, tragic hero. His biographer and longtime friend, Jonah Raskin, admits that it was nearly impossible to know "the real Abbie Hoffman" but suggests that Hoffman saw himself as "just a Jewish kid from Worcester.".
  • Mugami says:
    Abbie Hoffman was an American social and political activist known to be the co-founder of the ‘Youth International Party’. Hoffman was a troublemaker as a child but his energies were put in the right directions and his political ideologies were inspired by the famous Marxist theorist Herbert Marcuse.
  • Gardasida says:
    Abbie Hoffman went into hiding during the s to avoid prison on a cocaine charge; he eventually emerged in and served a year. Rubin became a businessman and worked on Wall Street in the s. Dellinger, the oldest of the Chicago Seven—at age 54 in .
  • Bralrajas says:
    Abbie Hoffman was born on November 30, in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA as Abbott Howard Hoffman. He was an actor and writer, known for Born on the Fourth of July (), Steal This Movie () and Brand X (). He was married to Anita Hoffman and Sheila Karklin. He died on April 12, in New Hope, Pennsylvania, mortlinadlitasafathicquibitchairo.coinfo: Nov 30,

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