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Daily Archives: November 18th, 2006

The Ultra-Resistance: on the trial of the Milwaukee 14 (part 2)

(part 1 is posted at: http://www.jimandnancyforest.com/2006/11/18/m14trial/) The attitudes of this new vintage of raiders are more cynical than those of the witness movement’s pioneers. As the Ultra-Resistance grows younger and more secular, it expresses increasing frustrations with the narrowness of its audience. However brilliant the trials of the Catonsville Nine and the Milwaukee Twelve, they […]

The Ultra-Resistance: on the trial of the Milwaukee 14

New York Review of Books Volume 13, Number 5 / September 25, 1969 By Francine du Plessix Gray On a warm spring day in 1966, a nineteen-year-old Minnesotan by the name of Barry Bondhus broke into his local draft board and dumped two large bucketfuls of human feces into a filing cabinet, mutilating several hundred […]