Tom Hayden, preeminent 1960s political radical and antiwar protester, dies at 76

Washington Post –  October 24 at 2:13 AM

In 1973, political activist Tom Hayden tells members of the media that he thinks public support was partially responsible for the decision not to send him and others of the Chicago Seven to jail for contempt. (George Brich/AP)

Tom Hayden, the preeminent 1960s radical who roused a generation of alienated young Americans, became a symbol of militancy by leading riotous protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention, and added Hollywood glamour to his mystique with an activist partnership and marriage to film star Jane Fonda, died Oct. 23 in Santa Monica, Calif. He was 76.

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