Political Activist and co-founder of the Youth International Party who was a member of the Chicago Seven, a radical group that upset the 1968 Democrat convention.
He organized and led the 'Liberty House,' a group dedicated to raising funds for the Civil Rights movement in southern United States, after attaining a B.A. in psychology from Brandeis University.
His five year sentence he received for conspiracy and inciting to riot as a result of his role in anti-Vietnam War protests, which were met by a violent police response during the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, was overturned.
His second wife was Anita Kushner, and their relationship ended in 1980.