Stanley K. Sheinbaum oral history interview 1984 1984


Stanley K. Sheinbaum oral history interview, 1984 1984

Stanley K. Sheinbaum oral history interview 1984 1984

Collection consists of four audio cassettes and transcribed notes from an oral history interview conducted by George M. Goodwin. Subjects include his childhood and family life in New York; student and intellectual life at Stanford including his experiences with antisemitism; his interest in Vietnam and ultimate anti-war position; Robert Maynard Hutchins and the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions; his involvement in Democratic politics, including Eugene McCarthy's presidential campaign in 1968; his involvement with the Daniel Ellsberg case; Jewish politics and organizations; and his work as a University of California Regent.

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