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Danny Goldstine: Free Speech Movement Oral History Project

Interviewee(s):
Goldstine, Danny
Interviewer(s):
Rubens, Lisa
Title:
Danny Goldstine: Free Speech Movement Oral History Project
Abstract:
Daniel [Danny] Goldstine was a graduate student in Psychology, having first come to Berkeley as an undergraduate in 1958. In this interview Goldstine discusses the politicizing effect of the anti-HUAC demonstrations on the Cal campus and the evolution of radical politics. He provides keen insights into the leadership of FSM, the influence of Mike Tigar and Carey McWilliams, the legacy of Clark Kerr’s philosophy of higher education and many of the era’s “small infinitesimal events that can determine history.”
Subject area(s):
Education and University of California
Advocacy and Philanthropy
Interview date(s):
2001
Project:
Free Speech Movement
Oskicat record:
b22248411
Rights:
Goldstine, Danny . "Danny Goldstine: Free Speech Movement Oral History Project." Interview by Lisa Rubens in 2001. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 2014.