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Becker, Theodore L., and Anthony L. Donaldson, Live This Book: Abbie Hoffman's Philosophy for a Free and Green America, The Noble Press, Inc., 1991.

This is one of the few sources that seriously considers the philosophical and spiritual bases for Hoffman's brand of media manipulation. Written after his death, the book takes into account his whole life, including his post-sixties political organizing under an assumed name.

Farber, David, Chicago '68, University of Chicago Press, 1995.

The events in Chicago of 1968 were important in American history and in understanding the full significance of Abbie Hoffman's place in it. This book is a scholarly explanation of the dynamic forces involved, including a detailed explanation of Hoffman's Yippie philosophy.

Isserman, Maurice, and Michael Kazin, America Divided: The Civil War of the 1960s, Oxford University Press, 2000.

The authors take a balanced, scholarly look at the political turmoil of the decade, careful to avoid common...

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