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Bernardine Dohrn: A ‘Most Wanted’ fugitive turns youth advocate, but the past doesn’t go away. Youth Today, May 2009

Before the MacArthur Foundation sent her around the country to find the best juvenile courts, before she represented abused children in lawsuits, and before she founded the Children and Family Justice Center at Northwestern University, Bernardine Dohrn appeared on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list.

Dohrn was the public face of the Weathermen, the radical anti-war group that in the early 1970s carried out bombings at corporate and government buildings – including banks, the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon and the State Department. FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover called her “the most dangerous woman in America.”

For much of the past 30 years, however, Dohrn worked largely out of the public spotlight – until last fall, when Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin accused Barack Obama of “palling” around with “terrorists who would target their own country.” She was referring to Obama’s relationship with William Ayers, another former member of the Weathermen and Dohrn’s husband...

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