Gary Nash, University of California, Los Angeles: an interview by Newell Bringhurst
No.301, Gary Nash, interview by Newell Bringhurst
Nash, Gary B.
Bringhurst, Newell G.; Cooley, Everett L.; University of Utah. American West Center
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Nash, Gary B.--Interviews; Brodie, Fawn McKay, 1915-1981--Biography; Mormons--Biography; Mormon scholars--Biography; University of California, Los Angeles--Faculty--Biography; Brodie, Bernard, 1910-1978--Biography
Transcript (45 pages) of interview by Newell Bringhurst with Gary B. Nash, history professor at UCLA, on November 30, 1988. This interview is no. 301 in the Everett L. Cooley Oral History Project, and tape no. U-938. Accompanied by Nash's curriculum vitae
Gary Nash, Professor of History at UCLA, recalls the controversy surrounding Fawn Brodie's appointment to the faculty, and talks about the Jefferson biography. Other topics covered include Brodie's teaching, her relationship with Bernard, and her feelings about Nixon. Interviewer: Newell Bringhurst