The War At Home is an excellent look at the period. I t focuses on
Madison and the New Year's Gang Bombing of the Army Math Research Center, but
it discusses the evolution of the movement from the early days through the
Paris Peace Accords of 1973. It has a lot of great footage, places things in
context, and definetely illuminates the Movement in the midwest.
I think trying to reduce it to one film is going to be
impossible, but good luck, there are a number of excellent ones out there.
Aaron Kreider wrote:
> I'm helping to organize a progressive film-festival at Notre Dame, and
> would like to show a film or documentary portraying student activism in the
> sixties (or more recently - though I suspect most of the films would be
> from the sixties). Did anyone ever do a good documentary of SDS? Or of
> Kent State? Any other suggestions?
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