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|Birthday:||November 30, 1936|
|Death:||April 12, 1989|
|Educated At:||University Of California, Berkeley|
|Manner of Death:||Suicide|
|Political Parties:||Democratic Party|
|Nationality:||United States Of America|
|Occupations:||Political Activist, Human Rights Activist, Political Writer, Psychologist, Politician|
Abbie HoffmanFictional Character
Birthday: November 30, 1936
Death: April 12, 1989
Educated At: University Of California, Berkeley
Manner of Death: Suicide
Political Parties: Democratic Party
Nationality: United States Of America
Occupations: Political Activist, Human Rights Activist, Political Writer, Psychologist, Politician
Abbie: Nothing. I believe it's called an American education.”
Abbie Hoffman: I think the institutions of our democracy are wonderful things, that right now are populated by some terrible people.”
Abbie Hoffman: To call off the revolution?
Reporter: What's your price?
Abbie Hoffman: My life.”
Abbie Hoffman: Father, no!
Judge Julius Hoffman: Mr. Hoffman, are you familiar with contempt of court?
Abbie Hoffman: It's practically a religion for me, sir.”
William Kunstler: So, how do you overthrow or dismember, as you say, your government peacefully?
Abbie Hoffman: In this country, we do it every four years.”