James M. Youngdale papers, 1932-1981.


Youngdale, James M. James M. Youngdale papers, 1932-1981.

James M. Youngdale papers, 1932-1981.

Political campaign materials; newspaper clippings; drafts of articles, monographs, and theses; teaching materials; and some correspondence documenting Youngdale's participation in the Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) Party (1946-1981), Independent Voters of Minnesota (1946-1948), the Progressive Party (1948), the Americans for Democratic Action (1969-1975), the New Democratic Coalition (1968-1970), National Farmers Organization and other agricultural groups, and a number of pro-peace groups (1960s) protesting the Vietnam War. Youngdale, a farmer from Benson (Minn.), was a veteran of World War II, and later taught at the University of Minnesota and other institutions.

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