Ron Jacobs

Ron Jacobs is the author of Daydream Sunset: Sixties Counterculture in the Seventies published by CounterPunch Books. He has a new book, titled Nowhere Land: Journeys Through a Broken Nation coming out in Spring 2024.   He lives in Vermont. He can be reached at:

France Shows the Way

Think Twice Before You Oppose the Minutemen

King Harvest Has Yet to Come

New Tenants for Abu Ghraib?

Condi and Iran

Stealing Back Adam’s Rib

Iraq’s Going According to the Plan?

Volunteers of America

An Interview with Anti-War Faster Mike Ferner

Countering the Propaganda of History

The Once and Future Sly Stone

Religion and Political Power

For Stew

Our Country ‘Tis of Thee, Sweet Land of Hypocrisy

Struggle and Lose, Struggle and Win!

MLK Day Below the Mason-Dixon Line

Fifteen Years of War

Would Ethan Allen Pay to Protest?

Pity the Miner

A Dead New Year’s Eve

"Here’s to the Land You’ve Torn the Heart Out Of"

The Antiwar Movement, the Democrats and the Delusions of Bushworld

No One is Illegal; No One is an Infidel

Hard Rain


If It Walks Like a Withdrawal Resolution, and Talks Like One, Then Why Won’t You Vote For It?

Rep. McGovern’s Withdrawal Resolution

Paris in Flames: a Sign of France’s Failure to Deliver Liberty, Equality and Fraternity to All Its Citizens

When Gen. Westmoreland Visited My High School to Pray

"I was in the Marine Corps Infantry. I Learned Absolutely Nothing of Value in the Rest of the World."

Autumn in America

Escape the Weight of Your Corporate Logo

The Catholic Church and the US Flag

The Black Panthers Revisited

A Small March for Me, a Giant March for the Antiwar Movement

The Politics of Withdrawal from Iraq

Saving America’s Serengetti

Food and the US Arsenal

Six Feet High and Risin’

High Water Everywhere

Hugo Chavez and the Men Who Claim to Speak for Jesus

The Drunken Politician Leaps Upon the Street Where Mothers Weep

Klan Justice

Drawing the Wrong Conclusions from Iraq

Demand That Johnny Come Home

Who Needs Feminism, We Have Condi Rice

A Weekend to Stop the War

Robert and Mabel Williams’s Great Fight

Eros and the Grateful Dead

Light a Candle, Curse the Darkness