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Shooting Victim's Wife Says He'll Struggle Harder Now

Date: November 5, 1979

Author: Charles Babington

Biographical/Historical abstract: Charles Babington was a Greensboro Daily News staff writer who covered the Novemeber 3, 1979 Death to the Klan march that took place in Greensboro and left five of the protesters dead.

Additional contributor: Lindsey Gruson

Description: In this November 5, 1979, article from the Greensboro Daily News, staff writers Charles Babington and Linsey Gruson profile Michael Nathan and Paul Bermanzohn, two doctors and Communist Workers Party (CWP) members hospitalized after the November 3, 1979, shootings in Greensboro in which five members of the CWP were killed at a Death to the Klan rally. Both graduated from Duke University medical school and both became progressively involved in revolutionary politics, eventually joining the CWP. Bermanzohn also married Nathans` ex-wife after the two were divorced. Nathans died from his injuries on November 5.


Format of original: Newspaper Clippings

Collection: Miscellaneous Collection - J.A. Armfield Papers

Repository: Greensboro Historical Museum

Item#: 9.69.1238

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