View Description Create electronic postcard 1.0 Who are you? Full Image 1.1 What did you think about WWI as a child? 1.2 Your values vs your child's vs your parents' 1.3 How did your daughter adopt your values? 1.4 What do you want your legacy to be? 2.1 What did you feel you were fighting in WWII? 2.1.1 Were your war opinions the same as others? 2.1.2 What were you promised if fascism lost? 2.1.3 How did society change as a result of WWII? 2.1.4 Had societal damage begun to heal by 1951? 2.2a How did the war change you personally? 2.2b How did the war change you personally? 2.2.1a Feelings about peers who hadn't served? 2.2.1b Feelings about peers who hadn't served? 2.3 Who from the war do you still think about? 2.4a How was your life in the Navy post-WWII? 2.4b How was your life in the Navy post-WWII? 2.4.1 Were you an anti-imperialist then? 3.1 Why do human beings fight wars? 3.1.1 Do you still see value in anti-war protests? 3.1.2 Does the UN play a role in promoting peace? 3.2 What should young people understand about war? 3.2.1 Is today's war industry the same as in 1939? 3.2.2 When did you stop knowing what to believe? 3.2.3 What should young people do to prevent war? 3.3 How have your thoughts about WWII changed? 3.3.2 What is your opinion of Winston Churchill? 3.3.3 Thoughts about Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombs? 3.3.4 Your thoughts on the creation of Israel? 4.1 How do you stay informed? 4.1.1 What has changed in how we stay informed? 4.1.2 What should people know about the news? 4.1.3 What did you learn working at a newspaper? 4.2 Did you ever self-identify as a communist? 4.2.1 How was visiting Cuba during the Cold War? 126.96.36.199 What was it like meeting Fidel Castro? 188.8.131.52 Experiences as a United Steelworkers rep 4.2.2 Must communism entail totalitarianism? 4.3a How did you become interested in libraries? 4.3b How did you become interested in libraries? 4.3.1 Can ideas censorship ever be justified? 4.3.2 Can you give me an example? Interview Transcript Image Attributions
Groups of Related RecordsResearch to Remember
ExhibitsResearch to Remember: In Their Own Words. : Research to Remember
Comments may be edited for appropriate language and HTML.
All fields are required.
Not all comments will be posted.
Your email address will be stored so that we may contact you again about your comment, but will not be displayed to the public, or otherwise shared, without your permission.
Comments will not be posted until they have been reviewed.
To make a a simple paragraph break, simply hit [Enter] twice