Senter, David 2014-01-05

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David Senter discusses his early experiences in farming, which led to his involvement in the American Agriculture Movement and politics in general. Senter also recalls various protests, including the Tractorcade to Washington D.C. The interview also covers Farm Aid and current farming trends.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: David Senter

Additional Parties Recorded:

Date: January 5, 2014

Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Interviewer:Andy Wilkinson

Length: 01:46:23 (1 hour, 46 minutes)


Biographical Background Information; Changes Leading to Farm Crisis; What brought Senter to AAM; Tractorcade to Austin, TX; Going to Washington D.C. Rally; Involvement with McAllen Bridge Incident; Logistics of Tractorcades; Arriving in and helping Washington D.C.; Texas State Democratic Convention; Farm Aid; “Commodity” versus “Boutique” Farming Today; Permanent Law

Access Information

Original Recording Format: born digital audio

Recording Format Notes: audio CD recording available for listening in our Reading Room

Transcript: found here:

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