Reunion by Tom Hayden
A Memoir

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The sixties activist turned 1980s legislator tells of his involvement in student movements, his visits to Hanoi, and the events of the 1968 Democratic convention, describes his personal life, and reaffirms his commitment to dissent
 

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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.
 
Published May 12, 1988 by Random House. 539 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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The melancholy of unfulfilled dreams shadows this long, confessional, reflective autobiography by the chief architect of the 60's student revolt, now a Californian legislator.

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In this long, self-conscious, apologetic autobiography, Hayden, once a left-wing hero, now a California state legislator, is so busy explaining or qualifying his former radicalism that the effect is s

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In this long, self-conscious, apologetic autobiography, Hayden, once a left-wing hero, now a California state legislator, is so busy explaining or qualifying his former radicalism that the effect is s

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