Reunion: A Memoir

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  • Paperback
  • 541 pages
  • Reunion: A Memoir
  • Tom Hayden
  • English
  • 02 January 2019
  • 0020331053

About the Author: Tom Hayden

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Reunion: A MemoirBoth An Intimate Personal Memoir And A Richly Detailed Chronicle Of One Of The Most Tumultuous Periods In American History, Reunion Encompasses The Tragic And Terrifying Events Of The 60s.

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10 thoughts on “Reunion: A Memoir

  1. Matt says:

    Looking backward at the 60s one gets the impression that it was a time of possibility, exuberance, and hope Hayden s memoir is a record of this mistaken impression It is in some parts quite beautifully written, but as a political record it gives an inside account of the Movement or movements handling and management by first the Kennedy and then the Johnson administration I think this should clear up any notion that the Democratic party was ever on the side of justice, except that it was for Looking backward at the 60s one gets the impression that it was a time of possibility, exuberance, and hope Hayden s memoir is a record of this mistaken impression It is in some parts quite beautifully written, but as a political record it gives an inside account of the Movement or movements handling and management by first the Kennedy and then the Johnson administration I think this should clear up any notion that the Democratic party was ever on the side of justice, except that it was forced there by so many committed, beautiful and dedicated people, young and old Though clearly written with an eye toward setting down the historical record, the most moving moments center around Hayden s emotions the first chapter which describes his feeling trapped in white culture not his terms , the memoirs of activists in Newark, his personal reflections on Kennedy, and the sense of despair once his part in the Movement collapsed

  2. Steve Mayer says:

    Reading this book put our recent election in perspective Things really were worse then Tom Hayden writes with clarity and sense, and is particularly good at summoning up the idealism that led to the Port Huron Statement, of which he was a principal author.

  3. Megan says:

    This was a little dry and factual but still interesting.