Resistance and Revolution: The Anti-Vietnam War Movement at the University of Michigan, 1965-1972

Paul Milgrom (U of M Student Activist)

Paul Milgrom

Professor Paul Milgrom was a student-activist at the University of Michigan from 1966-1970. As he persued an A.B. in Mathematics, he also became involved in anti-war activities on campus. Professor Milgrom participated by organizing anti-war rallies, serving on the Student Government Council who organized students, and handed out anti-war literature at his draft physical. He was also involved in other social movements on campus, for example the welfare-rights sit-in, which resulted in his arrest and sentence of 10 days on a work crew. Currently, Professor Milgrom is a professor in the Economics Department at Standford University.

Email Interview of Paul Milgrom by Maria Buczkowski on March 20th, 2015.