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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' (BA New College, JD UW Law), author of Madison in the Sixties, is an award-winning print and broadcast journalist, Dane County Supervisor (1982-1987), state labor mediator/arbitrator (1987-2015), and former chair of the Madison Community Development Authority and Landmarks Commission.
  
 
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== DSA member==

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Stuart Levitan (BA New College, JD UW Law), author of Madison in the Sixties, is an award-winning print and broadcast journalist, Dane County Supervisor (1982-1987), state labor mediator/arbitrator (1987-2015), and former chair of the Madison Community Development Authority and Landmarks Commission.

DSA member

A partial roundup of Democratic Socialists of America elected officials after the November 1982 election includes n Wisconsin, Dismas Becker was elected to the state assembly from Milwaukee, Billy Feitlinger to the Madison city council, and Stuart Levitan, Lynn Haanen and Kathleen Nichols to the Dane County board.[1]

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