In her Netflix documentary The Libby Hudson Lydecker Interview, Julia Davis interviews former Fordham University professor and Fordham University alumna, Dr. Libby Hudson. In this interview Dr. Hudson discusses her career experiences and her work as a Fordham professor during the early years of the Vietnam War. Dr. Hudson discusses her observations of the political situation in South Vietnam.
Dr. Hudson discusses her observations with liberal students at Fordham during the early days of the Vietnam War. She reveals her observations on how they behaved and the way that they felt about one another. Dr. Hudson reveals her observations on how liberal students at Fordham were treated by fellow students during the time of the war.
Dr. Hudson says she had many experiences with her liberal students. She discusses her experiences being around liberal students in the early days of the Vietnam War when she was teaching at Fordham. Dr. Hudson discusses how she was treated by fellow students during those days.
She says that she had students who had a very different point of view from her. She says that she had students who believed that all the students were evil and were trying to take advantage of others in a very selfish and manipulative way. She says she also had many students who did not like the fact that the students were fighting to save the nation. She also states that she had students who were in the Military and these students did not like that their fellow soldiers were fighting in Vietnam.
Dr. Hudson talks about her experiences as a Fordham Professor. She talks about her experiences with conservative students, liberal students and how each group treated each other during the time of the Vietnam War. Dr. Hudson discusses how the Fordham faculty was divided on politics. Dr. Hudson says she had liberal students at Fordham who did not like conservatives in the faculty, but she also had conservative students who did not like her at all either.
Dr. Hudson talked about how her views on liberal students and liberal professors influenced the way she spoke about certain topics in class. Her views on liberal and conservative students and professors influenced how she discussed those subjects in her lectures.
In the Fordham interview Dr. Hudson talks about her observations of how the liberal students acted and how she felt that they did not treat conservative students as students at all. Dr. Hudson talks about her experiences in teaching and her views of liberal and conservative students.
The Fordham interview with Dr. Hudson is a fascinating interview and offers insight into Dr. Hudson’s experiences teaching at Fordham. in her tenure as a teacher and her opinions on the way the liberal students treated conservative students during the time of the Vietnam War.