Unprecedented military defeat in Vietnam, a toppled president, charismatic leaders assassinated, the worst riots in U.S. history – all that, and 1968 wasn’t half over. In this two-part lecture, Jess leads us through the most tumultuous year in recent history, which alternated passionate hopes and searing tragedies on an almost daily basis. Jess has practiced law for more than 25 years, is a Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School and has a master's degree in history from NYU. As a onetime candidate for public office in Manhattan, surrogate campaign speaker for Bill Clinton and an aide who drafted speeches for Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Jess loves sharing his fond appreciation of the most inspiring and dramatic moments in political history. Sponsored by the Irwin Katz Memorial Fund.
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