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Hoffman 50's,60's,70's

Author: Abbie Hoffman; Gregory Corso; Naropa Institute.
Publisher: 1982.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Abbie Hoffman speaks about the history of the left in the United States. He includes his own role and his experience as a fugitive living underground and working to clean up the St. Lawrence river. His talk covers the Free Speech movement at the University of California, the civil rights demonstrations of the 1950's and 1960's, the anti-war movement, the anti-nuclear movement, and conditions in the 1980's.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Conference proceedings
Congresses
Named Person: Jack Kerouac; Abbie Hoffman; Abbie Hoffman; Abbie Hoffman; Abbie Hoffman; Jack Kerouac
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Abbie Hoffman; Gregory Corso; Naropa Institute.
OCLC Number: 62496023
Notes: Tape 2 (82P263B) give date as 7/6/1982, which is an error. A poster advertising the conference gives the date of this event as July 26, 1982 and the location as the UMC Ballroom at the University of Colorado Boulder campus. The title is listed as "How the 50-60-70's led to the 80's."
Cast: Introduction by Gregory Corso.
Reproduction Notes: Listening copy. Boulder, Colo. : Naropa University Audio Archive, 20040206,20040213. 3 sound discs : digital ; 4-3/4 in.
Event notes: Recorded July 26, 1982, in Boulder, Colorado, probably at the University of Colorado.
Description: 2 sound cassettes (100 min.; 30 min., 53 sec.) : analog.
Other Titles: How the 50-60-70's led to the 80's
On the road :
Jack Kerouac Conference, How the 50-60-70's led to the 80's

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Abbie Hoffman speaks about the history of the left in the United States. He includes his own role and his experience as a fugitive living underground and working to clean up the St. Lawrence river. His talk covers the Free Speech movement at the University of California, the civil rights demonstrations of the 1950's and 1960's, the anti-war movement, the anti-nuclear movement, and conditions in the 1980's.

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