1960s Madison story by Enid Eckstein

In the late 1960’s, Enid was an eager activist, involved in many causes. She says her experiences in the labor movement and labor history research played a significant role in the direction of the rest of her life. Overall, Eckstein views her time in Madison as the formative place for her sense of independence as a woman and as an individual. Her return to Madison for the Reunion exposed her to a different perspective on the city than the one she has held since attending the university.

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