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Private: Archives Month Program- 1964: A Watershed Year in Vermont’s Political (and Cultural) History

  • 10/18/2017
  • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
  • 60 Washington St, Barre, VT 05641
  • 33667
In 1964, the Republican Party lost its tight-fisted grasp on Vermont politics, starting the swing of the political pendulum from Vermont as bastion of conservative republicanism to a state with a highly diversified political climate featuring progressive and even radical politics. Novelist Deborah Luskin, whose extensive research into the politics of mid-century Vermont was undertaken in the writing of ‘Into the Wilderness,’ a love story that takes place against the two major political events of that year, shows how the shift is more complex and more nuanced than mere politics. Co-sponsored by the Vermont Historic Records Advisory Board and the Vermont Humanities Council as part of Archives Month

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