Tom Hayden

veteran political activist

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Former State Senator and leader of the 1960's peace, justice and environmental movements, including Students for a Democratic Society; Visiting Professor of Sociology at Pitzer College in Los Angeles, California and author of The Port Huron Statement, Street Wars and The Zapatista Reader

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