Red star sister
So begins Leslie Brody's look back at her odyssey from an awkward adolescence on Long Island to paramilitary training in Chicago, communal living in Ann Arbor, a violent run-in with police in San Francisco, and finally on a quixotic journey via Amsterdam and London to meet with North Vietnamese leaders in Paris to end the war.Whether answering phones for a gay prostitution ring, trying to scam American Express, or discovering sexism to be alive and well in the communes and underground newspapers that are supposed to ring in the revolution, Brody never loses her sense of humor or idealistic fervor.Promotional plans include: -- Advertising in women's publications-- Author Tour-- Galleys available-- Co-op available
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