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Houser, Henry - Interview and Memoir

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@ Oral History Collection, Archives/Special Collections, University of Illinois at Springfield

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Houser, conscientious objector during WWII, discusses pacifism, his decision to resist the draft, performing alternate service during the war, racial issues, teaching experiences at an African American school in Mississippi, race relations, social issues and revolutions.
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Text
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Pdfmp3
Contributors:
Bradley, C. Arthur [interviewer]
Created Date:
1988
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The Oral History Collection of the University of Illinois at Springfield

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