High Times Greats: Dana Beal

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We started to have some really, really great parties, and one day A.J. turned me on. High Times: This brings us to the first Free Dana Beal March of 3,000 people to the Federal House of Detention in 1967. Beal: By the time this issue of High Times comes out, we should have had some good demonstrations in New York. High Times: Y.I.P. has worked the streets a lot against Nixon and Ford, and now you’re going to work against a man coming from a liberal Left. To celebrate activist Dana Beal’s birthday on January 9, we’re republishing the following interview from the June, 1977 issue of High Times.

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To celebrate activist Dana Beal’s birthday on January 9, we’re republishing the following interview from the June, 1977 issue of High Times.

The New York Times called Dana Beal “a major theoretician and behind-the-scenes leader of the underground youth movement.” The underground press called him “the perfect Dostoevskian radical.” His FBI file, released under the Freedom of Information Act, is as thick as an unabridged dictionary, and Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin, whom Beal...

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