An interview with Dawn Clark Netsch

An interview of Dawn Clark Netsch conducted by Mark DePue for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. Topics discussed include Northwestern University and University Law School; Judge Julius Hoffman; Adlai Stevenson, II; Committee on Illinois Government; Governor Otto Kerner; the "Crazy Eight...

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Corporate Author: Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.
Other Authors: DePue, Mark R., (Interviewer)
Format: Spoken Word Recording Audio CD
Language:English
Published:2010-2011.
Series:Illinois statecraft - Jim Edgar oral history project.
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Main Author:Netsch, Dawn Clark, interviewee.
Summary:An interview of Dawn Clark Netsch conducted by Mark DePue for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. Topics discussed include Northwestern University and University Law School; Judge Julius Hoffman; Adlai Stevenson, II; Committee on Illinois Government; Governor Otto Kerner; the "Crazy Eight" [Independent Democratic members of the IL Senate]; Gov. Jim Thompson; Gov. Jim Edgar; Equal Rights Amendment fight in Illinois; Illinois State Comptroller; Northwestern University School of Law professor; architect Walter Netsch; tax reform in Illinois; merit selection of judges; gender issues; and gay and lesbian rights.
General Notes:Title from abstract.
Twelve interviews conducted between March 19, 2010 and Dec. 7, 2011 in Chicago.
ISL-A-L-2010-013.
Physical Description:2 sound discs (ca. 23 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + photos, articles, misc.
System Details:System requirements: PC with DVD rom; DVD-R, WAV, mp3.