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"The Habits of Freedom: Legacies of Paul Goodman," New York City, June 12, 2007

The Habits of Freedom:

Legacies of Paul Goodman

The June Anarchist Forum

On Tuesday, June 12, at 7:30pm, the Libertarian Book Club's Anarchist
will present a panel discussing the life, work and legacy of Paul Goodman.

who lived from 1911 to 1972, is considered to have been a pacifist,
anarchist, poet,
and author of novels and plays. He has been called one of the most
influential social critics of the 1960s. His famous book Growing Up
has been said to establish
him as “the philosopher of the New Left in the 1960s.”

He organized against
Vietnam War. His plans for organizing social structures included keeping
private cars
out of Manhattan. The panel will include Taylor Stoehr, who is Goodman’s
literary executor; Wayne Price; and Jonathan Lee, a filmmaker who will show a
preview of
his movie “Growing Up With Paul Goodman.”

After putting their ideas forward, the panel will answer questions
and respond to audience comments.

The event will take place at:
The Living Theatre
21 Clinton Street

Manhattan (just south of Houston St)

Coming from uptown,
take the F or V train to "2nd Avenue" (exit front of train on 1st Ave, walk
along Houston and turn right on Clinton) or coming from downtown, take the
F, V, M or Z train to "Delancey–Essex" and walk east on Delancey 3 blocks
and turn left on Clinton for 2 and a half blocks.

Everybody is welcome and invited to come and to have their say. There is no
set fee for the presentation, but a contribution to aid the LBC is
suggested. If
you have questions, contact the LBC /Anarchist Forum
e-mail: roberterler@erols.com

The Living Theatre and the LBC unite to let the Anarchist Voice be heard.

Two anarchist groups, that were begun in the 1940’s to get the word out on
what our society really is and how it can be healed if it switches to
anarchist principles, have united again to get our message heard. The
Living Theatre
has opened a New York show place again after years of wandering from site
to site. They have offered their new space to the LBC so that the Anarchist
Forum and other LBC events can have a home with our comrades.