Reunion: A Memoir

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Random House, 1988 - Political Science - 539 pages
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Tom Hayden emerged as a major political figure in the 1960s as a member of the Chicago Seven, the group that led the protests at the Democratic convention of 1968. In this autobiography, he examines his career and reaffirms his commitment to the value of dissent and its power to improve America and the lives of its citizens.

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In a journey spanning more than 25 years, Hayden has gone from co-founding Students for a Democratic Society, to marriage to actress Jane Fonda, to serving in the California legislature. This ... Read full review

Contents

GROWING UP IN THE FIFTIES i
3
THE MOVEMENT BEGINS
23
AMONG THE POOR
121
Copyright

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Tom Hayden-social activist, legislator, educator, and speaker-is the author of The Port Huron Statement, long considered the founding document of the Sixties movement. He is the author of more than 15 books including, most recently, "Voices of the Chicago 8: A Generation on Trial" (2008) and "Writings for a Democratic Society: The Tom Hayden Reader" (2008). He writes for "The Nation" and many other magazines.

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