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grew up as a military brat, following his father to various
colonial outposts around the globe, including Peshawar, Pakistan and
Germany. His introduction to war came in 1965 when war broke out between
Pakistan and India over Kashmir and he spent a week of nights in a hastily
built bomb shelter. His antiwar activities began in late 1968 when his
father went to Vietnam. He began posting leaflets for the October 1969
moratorium against the war in his hometown the following summer. From
antiwar to anti-imperialist was an easy step, especially after moving to
Frankfurt am Main and joining in the antiwar movement there, both on and
off the military bases.
Following his return to the states after high school, he bounced around
the left, never finding a group that quite fit his approach. So, he headed
west to the Bay Area where the life and politics of the street enveloped
his heart and soul. Following an eight-year stint living the life of the
road and staying (most of the time) a step ahead of the law, he headed up
to Olympia, WA.. Once again, anti-imperialist activities became the focus
as the struggle against US involvement in Central America and Iraq grew.
He also wrote his first draft of The Way the Wind Blew: A History of the
while finishing up his BA at Evergreen State College
He now lives in Burlington, Vermont.