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1996-08-26

Conversation with Andrew Hoffman

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The children and grandchildren of 1960s activist gathered over the weekend at The Nation’s event to remember and celebrate the politics of the 1960s. Activist Andrew Hoffman visits the press pavilion to talk with us about his father Abbie Hoffman, the 1968 Democratic National Convention, and the Chicago Seven Trial. With an excerpt from a 1968 recording of Abbie Hoffman himself.

Segment Subjects (keywords for the segment): Abbie Hoffman; 1968 Democratic Convention; Chicago Seven Trial

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Guest Names: Andrew Hoffman

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