Robert Levering was on the staff of the New Mobe in 1969, responsible for the training of marshals. He became a business journalist writing books and articles about the corporate workplace for Fortune and other magazines. He is currently writing a book about the impact of the anti-Vietnam war movement (“War on the Home Front”). He is also an advisor for a film about the draft resistance movement (“The Boys Who Said NO!”, to be released next year) and is a producer for a film about the fall 1969 antiwar demonstrations (“The Movement and the ‘Madman’”) for release spring, 2021 (www.movementandthemadman.com).
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