William Fitzgerald, Madison, Wisconsin: an interview by Newell Bringhurst
No.368, William Fitzgerald, interview by Newell Bringhurst
Bringhurst, Newell G.; Cooley, Everett L.; University of Utah. American West Center
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Fitzgerald, William--Interviews; Brodie, Fawn McKay, 1915-1981--Biography; University of California, Los Angeles--Faculty--Biography
Transcript (30 pages) of interview by Newell Bringhurst with William Fitzgerald, a former student of Fawn Brodie at UCLA, on July 27, 1991. This interview is no. 368 in the Everett L. Cooley Oral History Project, and tape no. U-1471
Fitzgerald (b. 1930) recalls his association with Fawn McKay Brodie in the 1960s-1970s as one of her students in some graduate classes at UCLA, her interest in his academic career, her interest and strong belief in psychohistory, her dislike of Nixon, and her excellence as a teacher. Interviewer: Newell Bringhurst