Princeton in the Sixties–and After: Tiger Talk

The class of 1966 started out at college with the Cuban Missile Crisis, and then the Kennedy Assassination the next year – followed by Mississippi Freedom Summer, the first anti-war march on Washington — April, 1965, organized by SDS –  and our Princeton years ended with LBJ coming to the campus in May ’66, officially to dedicate the new Woodrow Wilson School building, but he used the occasion to defend the war and we used it to protest the war.  He never visited a college or university campus after that.  This was a talk organized by the Princeton class of 1966.  Feb. 9, 2022
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