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2 live in New Jersey
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2 live in Vermont
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Belatedly - I'm sorry! - an update from Laurie Marshall:

The letter Tom and I wrote to Robert Mueller:

Department of Justice
Special Counsel’s Office
950 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Room B-103
Washington, D.C. 20530

Dear Mr. Mueller,

Every night my husband and I express our gratitude for the professionalism and integrity you bring to the investigation. Our country’s democracy is resting on your shoulders. My husband envisioned standing on the sidewalk outside your office holding a sign that says “I want to shake hands with Robert Mueller. Thank you!!”

We are deeply concerned for the welfare, decency and strength of our nation. You are what’s good about it.


Laurie Marshall and Tom West




Just out and available on Amazon: "Hope's Kids: A Voting Rights Summer". It's the story of the Brandeis U. chapter of the SCLC/SCOPE 1965 voter registration project. SCLC/SCOPE worked in many counties across the south. Brandeis SCOPE, of which I was part, operated in three adjacent South Carolina counties, with very different experiences in each. This is a warts-and-all account based on several summer-long diaries, letters and other documents from the time and about three years of research on my part. It's amazing how little and how inaccurately anyone remembers 50 years later! Was I really there? You could have fooled me! For me the greatest satisfaction of this revisit was learning a lot about the brave and wonderful people we were privileged to meet and work with as we fumbled about in a fast-changing time. How far we've come, and how not so far. We could all stand to turn back and re-read Michael Harrington's Poverty in America--and look around at today.