Using the university's recently available oral history collection supplemented by extensive new interviewing, Means tells the story of the Kent State shootings of 1970, through the eyes and memories of those who were there, and situates it in the context of a tumultuous era. 16 pages of photos.
Publisher: Da Capo
Item #: 6654509
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