We Are Everywhere by Jerry Rubin

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We Are Everywhere is Jerry Rubin's journal, written secretly in Cook County Jail and smuggled out. Jerry is a convicted felon, Yippie, enemy of the state, pothead, seven-year-old child and author of the revolutionary manifesto Do It! 

We Are Everywhere reveals a defendant's inside view of The Conspiracy Trial. Written like a scenario, this book focuses on the Weatherman underground, the Black Panther Party, LSD, Women's Liberation, Walter Cronkite, Judaism, street fighting and the coming revolution. 

A color layout including more than one hundred and fifty pictures takes you on a multi-media trip, revealing the emergence of a new people. 

New York: Harper & Row, 1971. Stated first paperback edition. 
Paperback. Fair. Taped spine.