Jon Wiener is a contributing editor to The Nation and a professor of history at the University of California at Irvine. He is the author of Gimme Some Truth Come Together and Historians in Trouble. Tom Hayden was a California state senator for eighteen years and is the author of Irish on the Inside, The Zapatista Reader, Rebel and Street Wars. Jules Feiffer is a Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist, novelist, and playwrights based in New York City.
"The Conspiracy in the streets needs: freedom, actors, peace, turf, money, sunshine, musicians, instruments, people, props, cars, air, water, costumes, sound equipment, love, guns, freaks, friends, anarchy, Huey free, a truck, airplanes, power, glory and old clothes, space truth, Nero, paint, help, rope, swimming hole, ice cream, dope, nookie, moonship, Om, lords, health, no hassles, land, pigs, time, patriots, spacesuits, a Buick, people's justice, Eldridge, lumber, panthers, real things, good times. - From a pamphlet distributed in The Week before the Chicago Eight trial "Conspiracy? Hell, we couldn't agree on lunch." - ABBIE HOFFMAN"