New York: N.p., . Original 8 x 11 3/4Ø black & white press photo of Jane Alpert leading a demonstration in New York in 1969. In 1970, Alpert jumped bail while facing bombing conspiracy charges and lived underground while on the FBI›s most wanted list before surrendering in 1974. During her fugitive years, Alpert saw that the radical left was in decline and began to identify with radical feminism, mailing a manifesto to Ms. magazine, along with a set of her fingerprints to authenticate it. That document, Mother Right: A New Feminist Theory, denounced "the sexual oppression of the left" and detailed her conversion from militant leftist to radical feminist.