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Mary Price Adamson, April 19, 1976. Interview G-0001.
Connecting to Beliefs: The Importance of Family, Friends, and Work in the Life of Mary Price Adamson: Beginning with her family background and early childhood, Adamson traces the dynamics that led her to adopt her radical stance later in life. She also responds to the accusations that she had been a Communist spy and explains how the Red Scare affected her life.
Interviewee: Mary Price Adamson    Interviewer: Mary Frederickson
Duration: Unknown     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 40 excerpts.