Conversations in Maine
A New Edition
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Meditations on activism following the turbulent 1960s—back in print
Following the Detroit Rebellion of 1967, four veteran activists, Grace Lee and Jimmy Boggs, and Lyman and Freddy Paine, came together to rethink revolution and social change. Posting tough, thought-provoking questions, the recorded dialogue among these four friends ultimately serves as a call to all citizens to work together and think deeply about the kind of future we can create.
Conversations in Maine was an essential text for my generation of radicals.