Lawrence Ferlinghetti

poet, painter and liberal activist

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti is an American poet, painter, liberal activist and the co-founder of City Lights Booksellers & Publishers 

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Robert Scheer sits down with Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet and co-founder of famed City Lights Bookstore to talk about his life and work publishing writers of the Beat Generation.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti: A champion for the Beats

Robert Scheer sits down with Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet and co-founder of famed City Lights Bookstore to talk about his life and work publishing writers of the Beat Generation.

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