Tom Rauch spent 20-plus years working on issues of health, peace, and social justice related to Rocky Flats. In this interview he follows the progression of Rocky Flats committees and action groups that evolved through his years of service, mainly between 1974 and 1994. Rauch talks about people who played significant roles at different points in time, coalitions and demonstrations, and public rallies. This oral history gives insight into the dynamics of group formations; Rauch describes how individuals coalesced around specific events and objectives.
Listen to CD and view transcript at Carnegie Branch Library.