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Faithfull Chapter Summary & Analysis - Redlands Summary

Marianne Faithfull
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Redlands Summary and Analysis

By 1967. there were people in the government who saw Marianne's group as "enemies of the state." Diplomats starting planning for the Rolling Stone's downfall. Marianne points out that Mick holds her responsible to this day for much of what happened. He said she talked about too many dangerous things and it attracted negative attention. The Rolling Stones and their friends were accused of being drug addicts and anarchists. Marianne points out that the Rolling Stones were too disorganized to cause any kind of anarchy.

As Marianne describes the chain of events that led to the arrest of several members of the Rolling Stones, it is clear that she believes there was a conspiracy. She said that David Schneiderman was brought in from California with lots of LSD and they were set up to be arrested. She and her friends from the Stones went to a...

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