Guide to the Stanford University, Class of 1970, Panel Discussion of the Vietnam Years
Stanford University. Libraries & Academic Information Resources. Dept. of Special Collections & University ArchivesNovember 2011
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Call Number: SC1073
Creator: Stanford University. Class of 1970
Title: Stanford University, Class of 1970, panel discussion of the Vietnam years
Dates: 1985 Oct 13
Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Summary: Audiorecording of panel discussion of Stanford alumni concerning their experiences during the Vietnam years.
Language(s): The materials are in English.
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Audiorecording of panel discussion of five alumni who met for a retrospective discussion of the Vietnam years. The panelists were Leo Bazile, '71 , head of the Black Student Union in 1969-70, attorney and city councilman in Oakland; Harvey Hukari, '68, A.M. '73, founder of the Young Americans for Freedom, consultant to the Republican Party in Washington; Joyce Kobayashi, '70, former member of the Associated Students Council of Presidents, psychiatrist; Walter Lammi, '69, executive editor of the Hoover Institution Press; and Patrick Shea, '70, also formerly of the Council of Presidents, attorney in Salt Lake City.
Dornbusch, Sanford M.
College students--Political activity--California.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements.
Press release 1985 Oct 14
Physical Description: 1 computer file(s) (PDF)