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Raymond Mungo (born 1946) is the author, co-author, or editor of more than a dozen books. He writes about business, economics, and financial matters as well as cultural issues. In the 1960s, he attended Boston University, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Boston University News in 1966-67; and where, as a student leader, he spearheaded demonstrations against the Vietnam War.
Total Books: 8
In 1967, Mungo co-founded the Liberation News Service (LNS) (an alternative news source) aiong with Marshall Bloom and Verandah Porche. LNS split off from College Press Service (CPS) in a political dispute. The founding event was a notably tumultuous meeting that transpired not far from the offices of CPS on Church Street in Washington, D.C.. Mungo descriptively details this event in his book, Famous Long Ago: My Life and Hard Times with the Liberation News Service.
Mungo continued to write through the 1970s and 1980s; however in 1997 his career path took a different turn. He completed a Master's Degree in counseling and began working with the severely mentally ill and with AIDS patients in Los Angeles. Mungo visited France in 2000 and briefly considered relocating there. However his lack of cash scotched the plan.