1960s Madison Story by David Goldner
Goldner, originally from New York from a politically aware and active family, talks about the Dow Demonstrations, how he did not actively participate in the sit-in, but was apart of the Black student sit-ins, how that influenced him. He has a brief involvement in labor unions after accusations of starting a union in a Madison restaurant. Later, he went on to study law at Boston University. The political activeness and awareness of the 60s, he can see that in his, and other, children today.
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