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Monday, July 24, 2006

Tom Hayden, Rolling The Stone by Jack Lessenberry's Essays and Interviews

Jack Lessenberry interviews Tom Hayden who
was a suburban kid from Royal Oak who became the man who the New York Times called "the single greatest figure of the 60s student movement." Today, Hayden lives in Los Angeles, where he writes, teaches, and fights for a variety of causes.
He continues:
Now, there is a new war. Hayden might well say, I've done my part. He has things to do, books to write, and a six-year-old son. But instead, he's in there, pushing the stone, patiently trying again to save us from our own folly.

I think you have to admire that.
Read or listen to Interview: Tom Hayden - 7/19/06
Also read or listen to the companion Essay; Rolling the Stone - 7/19/06

# posted by Tami @ 10:02 AM
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