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Published on May 15, 2009
David Harris served 20 months in prison as a Viet Nam war, draft resister. He was also student body president at Stanford University. He gave the keynote address at the 40th anniversary of the "April 3rd Movement" - a student anti-war protest group that took over the Applied Electronics building for 9 days in 1969. Here are Harris' reflections of the 60's activism and its political and personal significance.