Rubin, Jerry

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Name
Rubin, Jerry Gender: M
born on 14 July 1938 at 10:34 (= 10:34 AM )
Place Cincinnati, Ohio, 39n10, 84w27
Timezone EST h5w (is standard time)
Data source
Quoted BC/BR
Rodden Rating AA
Collector: CAH
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_cancol.18.gif 21°31' s_mo.18.gif s_aqucol.18.gif 13°42 Asc.s_vircol.18.gif 22°40'



Jerry Rubin

Biography

American anti-war political activist of the turbulent '60s, a long-haired, bearded, vegetarian Yippie leader, radical member of the Chicago Seven, who urged his countrymen to "never trust anyone over 30." In later years, he morphed from yippie to yuppie entrepreneur, and died from injuries sustained in a jaywalking accident.

Born, appropriately, on Bastille Day, Rubin was the son of a union organizer. He grew up in Cincinnati, graduated from the University of Cincinnati and studied sociology in graduate school in Israel. Returning home with an interest in leftist politics, he moved to Berkeley in 1964 and joined his first protest, against a grocer who refused to hire blacks.

Considered to be the "P.T. Barnum" of the protest movement, he founded the Youth International Party (hence the name Yippies) in 1967 with fellow radical Abbie Hoffman. He and Hoffman were major players in the anti-Vietnam War demonstrations that erupted outside the Democratic National Convention in Chicago in August 1968. He and others became known as the Chicago Seven, who in 1969 were prosecuted unsuccessfully on charges of conspiracy to disrupt the 1968 Democratic National Convention.

In 1970, Rubin's book, "Do It!" became a best-seller, and he later admitted that money in his pockets mellowed out his radicalism. After 1969, he spent six years in pop psychology, est and yoga, bioenergetics and Zen. In the '70s, he joined the capitalist world with books and lectures, promoting new-age therapies such as est and Rolfing.

He joined a brokerage firm in 1980 and threw networking parties for young business executives in New York City. By the early '90s, Rubin became a prosperous independent marketer for a Dallas firm that sold nutritional drinks called WOW and FOCUS. He wrote several other books, including "Growing (Up) At 37," 1976.

He was married to Mimi Leonard from 1978 to 1992, and they had two children, Juliet (1987?) and Adam (1989?)

Rubin died of cardiac arrest late on 11/28/1994 several weeks after being struck by a car while jaywalking at 8:30 PM on 11/14/1994 in Los Angeles.

Link to Wikipedia biography

Relationships

  • associate relationship with Davis, Rennie (born 23 May 1940). Notes: "Chicago Seven" co-conspirators
  • associate relationship with Hayden, Tom (born 11 December 1939). Notes: "Chicago Seven" co-conspirators
  • associate relationship with Hoffman, Abbie (born 30 November 1936). Notes: "Chicago Seven" co-conspirators
  • associate relationship with Kunstler, William (born 7 July 1919). Notes: Attorney/client
  • associate relationship with Weinglass, Leonard (born 27 August 1933). Notes: Attorney/client
  • parent->child relationship with Rubin, Juliet (born 19 August 1987)

Events

  • Crime : Trial dates 24 September 1969 in Chicago ("Chicago Eight" trial begins)
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  • Death by Accident 28 November 1994 in Los Angeles (Heart attack two weeks after being hit by car while jaywalking, age 56)
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Source Notes

Contemporary American Horoscopes

Categories

  • Traits : Body : Diet unusual (Vegetarian)
  • Traits : Personality : Personality robust (Intense)
  • Family : Parenting : Kids 1-3 (Two)
  • Passions : Criminal Perpetrator : Social crime/ delinquent (Tried on charges stemming from riots)
  • Vocation : Business/Marketing : Sales (Nutritional drinks)
  • Vocation : Education : Public speaker (Lecturer)
  • Vocation : Healing Fields : Alternative methods (Bioenergetics, Zen, Yoga)
  • Vocation : Healing Fields : Psychologist (Pop psychology)
  • Vocation : Politics : Activist/ political (Anti-war)
  • Vocation : Writers : Textbook/ Non-fiction
  • Notable : Book Collection : American Book

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