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In his new book, former student protest leader and Columbia University professor Todd Gitlin reflects on how activism has changed since the era of the civil rights movement and the Vietnam War, and shares his insights on effective activism.
- Todd Gitlin former student protest leader, professor at Columbia University, and author
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