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In an interview published in , Ayers characterized his political beliefs at that time and in the s and s: "I am a radical, Leftist, small 'c' communist The ethics of communism still appeal to me. I don't like Lenin as much as the early Marx. In , The New York Times called Ayers "a national leader" [63] of the Weatherman organization and "one of the chief theoreticians of the Weathermen". Their founding document called for the establishment of a "white fighting force" to be allied with the "Black Liberation Movement" and other "anti-colonial" movements [65] to achieve "the destruction of US imperialism and the achievement of a classless world: world communism".

In June , the Weather Underground released a page volume titled Prairie Fire , which stated: "We are a guerrilla organization [ He says Ayers was bent on overthrowing the government. In response to Grathwohl's claims, Ayers stated, "Now that's being blown into dishonest narratives about hurting people, killing people, planning to kill people.


That's just not true. We destroyed government property," [72].

On June 18, , Ayers gave an interview to RealClearPolitics ' Morning Commute in which he stated that every president in this century should be tried for war crimes, including President Obama for his use of drone attacks, which Ayers considers an act of terror. During the U.

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The matter was raised in a campaign debate by moderator George Stephanopoulos , and later became an issue for the John McCain presidential campaign. In an op-ed piece after the election, Ayers denied any close association with Obama, and criticized the Republican campaign for its use of guilt by association tactics. Ayers is married to Bernardine Dohrn, a fellow former leader of the Weather Underground. They have two adult children including Zayd, who was featured in the book A Hope in the Unseen as the college friend of the main character Cedric Jennings and shared legal guardianship of Chesa Boudin , son of Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert.

Boudin and Gilbert were former Weather Underground members who later joined the May 19 Communist Organization and were convicted of felony murder for their roles in that group's Brinks robbery. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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For the American baseball pitcher, see Bill Ayers baseball. For the Catholic priest, radio host, and hunger activist, see Bill Ayres. American professor and activist. Glen Ellyn, Illinois , U. Further information: Weather Underground. Further information: List of Weatherman actions.

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