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Former '60s Radical Is Now Considered Mainstream In Chicago

Publication Date: 
April 18, 2008
Source: 
The Washington Post
Author: 
Peter Slevin

Professor and Director of Clinical Education and Associate Dean for Public Interest and Clinical Education Lawrence C. Marshall is quoted in a Washington Post story about '60s radicals Bernadine Dohrn and Bill Ayers:

"It's kind of laughable for people who have worked with Bernadine and Bill in the most boring and mundane settings and recognize that they're absolutely upstanding establishment citizens today," said Lawrence C. Marshall, a Stanford University law professor. He recalled a juvenile justice project: "Judges who were lifelong ardent conservatives had no trouble recognizing that the work that Bernadine and Bill are now doing is completely divorced from anything in their background."