Reuben Hoar Library (Littleton)

Rebel mother:, my childhood chasing the revolution, Peter Andreas - hardcover

Summary
"Carol Andreas was a traditional 1950s housewife from a small Mennonite town in central Kansas who became a radical feminist and Marxist revolutionary. From the late sixties to the early eighties, she went through multiple husbands and countless lovers while living in three states and five countries. She took her youngest son, Peter, with her wherever she went."--Jacket flap
Table Of Contents
I. Leaving -- Carol and Carl -- Separation -- Berkeley -- II. Chile -- From Guayaquil to Santiago -- Renaico -- Just passing through -- Back to the farm -- El Golpe -- To Buenos Aires -- III. Peru -- Jauja -- Ocopilla -- Passing the hat -- Piojos -- Was Jesus a revolutionary? -- Ataura -- IV. Visiting America -- Christmas '74 -- the wait -- The trial -- V. Return to Peru -- Kidnapped -- Comas -- Animal house -- A dangerous place -- Huertas -- VI. Mile-high hideout -- South Bannock Street -- Lesbians will lead the revolution -- Don't vote! -- Playing hooky -- Gun crazy -- VII. Teen years -- Stealing from the rich -- the bout -- Surfacing -- The science report -- Tourists -- Baker's dozen -- Saving Raul -- Fitting in -- "Let's put a pencil to it" -- Epilogue -- Defection -- "Where are the students studying Mao and Lenin?" -- Chasing rainbows
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Physical Description
322 pages, illustrations, 24 cm
Isbn
9781501124396

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