Paul Hodes oral history interview
Paul W. Hodes, Class of 1972. Oral history interview documenting Hodes’ activism in the popular movement against the Vietnam War during his time at Dartmouth College. Hodes details the occupation of the administrative building, Parkhurst Hall, by Dartmouth College student activists, and his role as bearing a bullhorn to warn the occupants of the arriving police force. Hodes recalls the impact of the 1970 Kent State shootings, and his decision to participate in the March on Washington in the same year. Hodes also narrates his involvement with Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), his childhood in New York City, and his decision to run for Congress in New Hampshire in 2006.
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5 Files (1 .wav audio file (2 hours, 27 minutes, 39 seconds); 1 .docx transcript (66 pages); 1. pdf transcript (66 pages); 1 .docx transcript word list; 1 .jpeg image file)
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