"'Truth and Revolution' is history. I suppose it’s ultimately the story of a defeat: I don’t think we understood how the reality Reaganism ushered in was going to be so successful in undoing the 1960s. I know we didn’t understand the change that was happening to the world. But something is changing in the world, and as we try, again, to get it right, it’s definitely worth going over the story of a group like the STO." Ian Scott Horst, Kasama
About the Author
Michael Staudenmaier: Michael Staudenmaier has been an active part of the anarchist movement in the United States for over twenty years. Currently pursuing his PhD in History at the University of Illinois-Urbana, Michael's activist work centers around supporting and encouraging resistance to white supremacy. he has published extensively in anarchist and academic journals, and is a contributor to The Hidden 1970s: Histories of Radicalism (Princeton UP, 2010), and The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest, 1500 to the Present (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009). He lectures widely on a variety of topics related to struggles around issues of race and whiteness.