I thought I knew Abbie Hoffman, but this book constantly fascinated me with its revelations. ...Behind Abbie's wild antics was a powerful seriousness of purpose – a combination of qualities that made him a unique actor in the drama of our time. Run Run Run
beautifully captures both the human being and that larger drama.
– Howard Zinn, author of A People's History of the United States
He stood up against arbitrary power, capricious power, arrogant and callous power. In other words, he stood up to the bullies. He had the courage for the rest of us.
– Sydney Schanberg, author of The Killing Fields
Jack's approach to his late brother is protective, but it rings with the truth of familial interaction... Run Run Run
doesn't ignore Abbie's political, social, or personal mistakes... in giving us a fuller picture of the man, we can better put them in context.
–San Francisco Chronicle