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From Teacher to Terrorist

 

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On April 2, 2010, Sara Seidel Buckley wrote:
I, too, knew Diana in 1967 and 1968, mainly times when she and Bill came to SDS meetings. But she always talked about the school. I was in the group that argued against the Weathermen and was so angry at their "political" positions which as we came to know had far-reaching consequences. To be honest, just like you, whenever I think and/or hear about Bill in the years since Ann Arbor, I become very angry. What a waste for the beautiful person Diana was!

Thank you for sharing your memories.


On April 14, 2010, deb wrote:
Thank you sharing your memories of my darling sister, Dos.

On April 7, 2011, Cie wrote:
Thank you for sharing your story. I truly enjoyed reading this.

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