About Jerry Rubin:
Jerry Clyde Rubin was an American social activist, anti-war leader, and counterculture icon during the 1960s and 1970s. During the 1980s, he became a successful businessman.
I'm famous. That's my job.
By the end, everybody had a label - pig, liberal, radical, revolutionary... If you had everything but a gun, you were a radical but not a revolutionary.
Every person on the streets of New York is a type. The city is one big theater where everyone is on display.
I would be copping out if I stayed in the myth of the '60s.
A lot of these industries are having difficulty finding reliable workers with the skills they require.
The backseat produced the sexual revolution.
Most men act so tough and strong on the outside because on the inside, we are scared, weak, and fragile. Men, not women, are the weaker sex.
Some of the greatest social reformers of our time were wealthy.
Don't trust anyone over thirty.
The problem with fame is that you get frozen in one frame and nothing you can do can alter the nature.
The individual who signs the check has the ultimate power.
The power to define the situation is the ultimate power.