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Title:
Education and Empowerment / Paul Wellstone
Date:
1992
Description:

Convocation where Paul Wellstone speaks about grassroots organizing and his experiences in the senate. He includes anecdotes from his careeer as a Political Science Professor at Carleton College as well as from his political career.

Subjects include: Elliot Weisgill; University of North Carolina; "How the rural poor got poorer: the narrative of a grassroots organizer"; "Power line: the first battle of America’s energy war"; [Norm Weig]; environmentalism; environmental issues; Rio Summit; education; politics; Civil Rights Movement; television in politics; senate; health; recession; grassroot organizing; President George H. W. Bush; police brutality; Roe v. Wade; United States Senate; Minnesota Education; political science; Carleton College; international relations; Clarence Thomas; Northern State Power.

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Carleton College Archives
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