Quotation by Women of The Weather Underground

... the struggle against sexism demands the destruction of the American state, and ... the immediate personal nature of sexism requires struggle against men who enforce that oppression as well as its institutions.
Women of The Weather Underground. Ms. Magazine, p. 105 (February 1974).

This was a small group of women who were living as fugitives after indictment for crimes related to left-radical politics and opposition to American involvement in the Vietnam War; they included such well-known activists as Kathy Boudin and Bernardine Dohrn, both of whom later surfaced and served prison time.
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