· He donated time (995 hours over a two-year period) and money to the Arizona Clean Elections Initiative, designed to reduce lobbyist influence in the political process.
· He gave more than 1,500 hours of community-service time to a publication called the Current, which describes itself as dedicated to "peace, justice and environmental issues."
Does this sound like a dangerous fugitive to you? No doubt he's out of the political mainstream, living a life curiously holistic to many and devoted to causes downright dated to most 51-year-olds.
But this is not someone who ought to be incarcerated in a federal prison for throwing a cherry bomb (with no injuries) 30 years ago. Therefore his twin brother, Harvey, is trying to get another erstwhile Vietnam War opponent, President Bill Clinton, to issue a pardon, just like the ones that, on a much larger scale, turned fugitive draft-resisters into normal American citizens nearly a quarter-century ago.
The Vietnam War tarnished the administrations of four presidents: Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon. You know what they all have in common?