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us: Oglesby, Carl, 1935-2011

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      • found: Vila, B. Bob Vila's guide to buying your dream house, 1990: CIP t.p. (Carl Oglesby) data sheet (b. July 30, 1935)
      • found: LC data base, 5-1-89 (hdg.: Oglesby, Carl, 1935- )
      • found: Oglesby, C. Carl Oglesby [SR] 1969: label (Carl Oglesby, guitar, vocals & composer)
      • found: Email from OkU, Apr. 15, 2008 (Carl Oglesby, formerly of Students for a Democratic Society, who wrote the recent book Ravens in the storm mentions, on p. 217, "Then came a strange diversion. One day earlier that year [1969], I'd shared a New York cab ... with the political writer and jazz critic Nat Hentoff. He'd heard, he said, that I played a little guitar, sang a little, that I had written some songs ... [and] had mentioned this to a friend of his, Maynard Solomon, president of Vanguard Records. Solomon was intrigued enough to ask for an audition tape"; the SDS Carl Oglesby is mentioned in HW Wilson's Biography Index as being born on July 30, 1935)
      • found: Wikipedia, Apr. 15, 2008 (Carl Oglesby; writer, academic, and political activist; was the president of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) during the term 1965-1966; after the collapse of SDS in the summer of 1969 Carl became a writer, a musician, and an academic; recorded two albums, roughly in the folk-rock genre; taught politics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Dartmouth College; currently resides in Amherst, Mass.)
      • found: Advocates for self-government--libertarian education, viewed Apr. 15, 2008 (Carl Oglesby; b. Ohio; Oglesby earned recognition for his musical talent; he released two albums, Carl Oglesby (1969) and Going to Damascus (1971))
      • found: New York times WWW site, Sept. 14, 2011 (Carl Oglesby; b. Carl Preston Oglesby, Jr., July 30, 1935, Akron, Ohio; d. Tuesday [Sept. 13, 2011], Montclair, N.J., aged 76; led Students for a Democratic Society as it publicly opposed the Vietnam War but who was later expelled by a radical faction that became the Weather Underground)
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