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Once-controversial figure in Hawaii tells his story

By Richard Borreca

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 03, 2014

~~<p>When Oliver Lee was 39, he was easily the most controversial man in Honolulu.</p>
<p>Because of him in 1968, more than 130 Honolulu police swooped down on to Bachman Hall to arrest 152 students and professors protesting the Vietnam War and Lee's denial of tenure.</p>
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When Oliver Lee was 39, he was easily the most controversial man in Honolulu.

Because of him in 1968, more than 130 Honolulu police swooped down on to Bachman Hall to arrest 152 students and professors protesting the Vietnam War and Lee's denial of tenure. Login for more...



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