By B. Slonecker
This e-book examines the underground Liberation information provider and the commune Montague Farm to track the evolution of the hot Left after 1968. within the procedure, it extends the chronological breadth of the lengthy Sixties, rethinks the connection among political and cultural radicalism, and explores the relationships among different social events.
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The major point of contention between Young and Bloom proved to be less about strategic politics and more about the proper mode of New Left leadership. Whereas SDS and Young insisted on genuine participatory democracy, Yippies and Bloom believed that enlightened authorities could direct the Movement in a more compelling direction. Whereas LNS could operate with individuals who disagreed about political strategy, it 26 L I B E R AT I O N N E W S S E R V I C E , 1967–1968 could not survive an intractable leadership conﬂict that dictated how the organization would operate on a daily basis.
That task would prove divisive, as it quickly became clear that the two LNS cohorts disagreed about how they should go about living the Movement. Chapter 2 “Hello, Goodbye”: The LNS Split In early 1968, Sheila Ryan walked free from the Washington Women’s House of Detention, where she had been jailed for six months for her role in a White House sit-in to protest federal indifference to the civil rights crisis in Selma. The dislocation of her prison term had been jarring, yet her release provided an opportunity for her to make a clean break of affairs and to pursue a new direction in life.
A free community does not have meetings,” Mungo recalled, “and your attendance is never required in a free community. You are welcome to do whatever comes to mind, so long as it does not actively harm others, in a free community. Nothing is expected of you, nothing is delivered. Everything springs of natural and uncoerced energy. ”22 Yet that system required uncommon leadership and sensitivity for anything to actually be accomplished. After all, LNS did have to produce a news packet twice a week.