Stanley Bronstein Interviews Daniel C. Lavery


The Navy transferred Dan to Navigator of an Amphibious Ship to take 300 Marines to Vietnam. Before he left, a friend at Boalt Hall Berkeley Law School and a few of his grad school friends confronted him asking why the USA was in Vietnam. Carefully taught the domino theory, which speculated that if one state in a region came under the influence of communism, then the surrounding countries would follow in a domino effect, he supported the war effort with a passion. His friends used their astute knowledge to poke holes in his arguments.

That confrontation started the spark that ignited his transformation from what he describes as being a pawn in the Navy to a civil rights attorney for the poor and powerless. Daniel was propelled into a powerful movement that was an answer to his dream. Submerging himself into the cutting edge of civil rights and consumer litigation, he was a member of a team using all the energy he possessed.


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