Re: [sixties-l] Don't trust anyone over...

From: Scott Kerlin (
Date: Sun Jun 18 2000 - 20:06:44 CUT

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    A thousand thanks for posting your website, Stew--I used your text "The
    Sixties Papers" along with the Web last term when teaching a contemporary
    social theory senior seminar for Washington State University--wish I'd
    known about it then. My students would have loved it.

    I'm going to add your site to my online library, although placing it in
    the "history" section (where many of my 1960s resources reside) doesn't
    quite seem sufficient. Maybe it's time to build a page devoted sole-ly to
    social activism!


    Scott Kerlin, Ph.D.
    University Researcher, Sociology Lecturer, Graduate Student Advocate, and
    Web "Cybrarian" (my history collection page) (home page--not much eye candy though!)

    On Wed, 14 Jun 2000 wrote:

    > re- "Don't trust anyone over 30" and Bill M and Jack W.
    > The funny thing is Jack Weinberg told me he regretted saying the Don't trust
    > quote. That it was a spur of the moment comment and that it didn't really
    > represent his politics. It really didn't. At the time Jack was very much
    > influenced by the Independent Socialist Club's Hal Draper who was certainly
    > well over 30. We Yippies briefly picked up the quote and used it till we all
    > turned 30.
    > Stew Albert

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