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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde

This oral history interview with Hans A. Linde was conducted in 23 sessions from January 15, 2002, to February 3, 2004, as part of the United States District Court of Oregon Oral History Project. Rick Harmon conducted sessions 1 and 2, and Michael O'Rourke conducted the remaining sessions. Sessions 1-3, 5-16, and 18-23 were conducted in Linde's office at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon; Session 4 was conducted at the Oregon Historical Society in Portland; and Session 17 was conducted at Linde's home in Salem.

In sessions 1-4, Linde discusses his family background and early life in a Jewish family in Berlin, Germany; talks about his adolescence in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 1933 to 1937; and talks about his high school experience in Portland, Oregon, after 1939. He describes his service in the U.S. Army during World War II, talks about his marriage to Helen Tucker, and discusses his experience at Reed College.

In sessions 5-10, Linde discusses his law school experience at the University of California, Berkeley. He speaks at length about working as a law clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas from 1950 to 1951, including his experience living in Washington, D.C., law clerks he worked with, and cases he worked on. He discusses his work for the United Nations General Assembly from 1951 to 1953. He talks about teaching law at the University of Oregon in 1954 and about his experiences as U.S. Senator Richard Neuberger's legislative aide from 1955 to 1958. He also begins to discuss his career as a professor of law at the University of Oregon in Eugene from 1959 to 1976.

In sessions 11-14, Linde continues to speak about teaching law at the University of Oregon from 1959 to 1976. He talks about working as a visiting professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, and in Fribourg, Switzerland, and Hamburg, Germany.

In sessions 15-20, Linde discusses his service as a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court from 1977 to 1990. He talks about cases the court heard, about his 1984 re-election campaign, and about his fellow justices. He speaks about criminal justice and sentencing. He also discusses his health and talks about recoving from heart attacks and strokes during his time on the court. He speaks at length about his involvement with the American Law Institute, and talks about the ALI style manual.

In sessions 21-23, Linde discusses his activities since his retirement from the Oregon Supreme Court in 1990, including speaking engagements, consulting on law in Russia and China, and his involvement with Oregon Public Broadcasting. He speaks about a trip to Australia in 1996 and his experience having bypass surgery while in Australia. He discusses his involvement with the Oregon Law Commission from 1997 to the time of the interview. He discusses his role at Willamette University at the time of the interview, and talks about the development of the university's law school.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 23, Part 4]

Tape 50, Side 2. In the twenty-third and final interview session, conducted on February 3, 2004, Linde discusses his involvement with the Oregon Law Commission from 1997 to the time of the interview. He also talks about the application of law in the criminal justice system. He speaks further about his work as a legal consultant to the Chinese government in the 1990s and 2000s, and describes how the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the SARS epidemic interrupted that work. He discusses his role at Willamette University at the time of the interview, and talks about the development of the university’s law school. He shares his thoughts on the U.S. Supreme Court’s handling of the 2000 presidential election. He describes how American culture, language, and education systems have changed over the 20th century. He closes the interview by reflecting on his career.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 23, Part 3]

Tape 50, Side 1. In the twenty-third and final interview session, conducted on February 3, 2004, Linde discusses his involvement with the Oregon Law Commission from 1997 to the time of the interview. He also talks about the application of law in the criminal justice system. He speaks further about his work as a legal consultant to the Chinese government in the 1990s and 2000s, and describes how the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the SARS epidemic interrupted that work. He discusses his role at Willamette University at the time of the interview, and talks about the development of the university’s law school. He shares his thoughts on the U.S. Supreme Court’s handling of the 2000 presidential election. He describes how American culture, language, and education systems have changed over the 20th century. He closes the interview by reflecting on his career.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 23, Part 2]

Tape 49, Side 2. In the twenty-third and final interview session, conducted on February 3, 2004, Linde discusses his involvement with the Oregon Law Commission from 1997 to the time of the interview. He also talks about the application of law in the criminal justice system. He speaks further about his work as a legal consultant to the Chinese government in the 1990s and 2000s, and describes how the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the SARS epidemic interrupted that work. He discusses his role at Willamette University at the time of the interview, and talks about the development of the university’s law school. He shares his thoughts on the U.S. Supreme Court’s handling of the 2000 presidential election. He describes how American culture, language, and education systems have changed over the 20th century. He closes the interview by reflecting on his career.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 23, Part 1]

Tape 49, Side 1. In the twenty-third and final interview session, conducted on February 3, 2004, Linde discusses his involvement with the Oregon Law Commission from 1997 to the time of the interview. He also talks about the application of law in the criminal justice system. He speaks further about his work as a legal consultant to the Chinese government in the 1990s and 2000s, and describes how the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the SARS epidemic interrupted that work. He discusses his role at Willamette University at the time of the interview, and talks about the development of the university’s law school. He shares his thoughts on the U.S. Supreme Court’s handling of the 2000 presidential election. He describes how American culture, language, and education systems have changed over the 20th century. He closes the interview by reflecting on his career.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 22, Part 2]

Tape 48, Side 2. In the twenty-second interview session, conducted on October 3, 2003, Linde discusses a trip to Australia in 1996. He shares his experience having a bypass surgery while in Australia and talks about his recovery. He compares the Australian health care system to the U.S. system. He talks about the Port Arthur Massacre, a mass shooting that occurred while he was in Australia, and about the Australian government’s response.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 22, Part 1]

Tape 48, Side 1. In the twenty-second interview session, conducted on October 3, 2003, Linde discusses a trip to Australia in 1996. He shares his experience having a bypass surgery while in Australia and talks about his recovery. He compares the Australian health care system to the U.S. system. He talks about the Port Arthur Massacre, a mass shooting that occurred while he was in Australia, and about the Australian government’s response.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 21, Part 4]

Tape 47, Side 2. In the twenty-first interview session, conducted on May 27, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his involvement with the American Law Institute and the ALI style manual. He discusses the history of Oregon’s ballot initiative system. He speaks about his return to teaching law after retiring from the Oregon Supreme Court in 1990, shares why he chose to teach at Willamette University, and talks about classes he taught. He also talks about his other retirement activities, including speaking engagements, consulting on law in Russia and China, and his involvement with Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 21, Part 3]

Tape 47, Side 1. In the twenty-first interview session, conducted on May 27, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his involvement with the American Law Institute and the ALI style manual. He discusses the history of Oregon’s ballot initiative system. He speaks about his return to teaching law after retiring from the Oregon Supreme Court in 1990, shares why he chose to teach at Willamette University, and talks about classes he taught. He also talks about his other retirement activities, including speaking engagements, consulting on law in Russia and China, and his involvement with Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 21, Part 2]

Tape 46, Side 2. In the twenty-first interview session, conducted on May 27, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his involvement with the American Law Institute and the ALI style manual. He discusses the history of Oregon’s ballot initiative system. He speaks about his return to teaching law after retiring from the Oregon Supreme Court in 1990, shares why he chose to teach at Willamette University, and talks about classes he taught. He also talks about his other retirement activities, including speaking engagements, consulting on law in Russia and China, and his involvement with Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 21, Part 1]

Tape 46, Side 1. In the twenty-first interview session, conducted on May 27, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his involvement with the American Law Institute and the ALI style manual. He discusses the history of Oregon’s ballot initiative system. He speaks about his return to teaching law after retiring from the Oregon Supreme Court in 1990, shares why he chose to teach at Willamette University, and talks about classes he taught. He also talks about his other retirement activities, including speaking engagements, consulting on law in Russia and China, and his involvement with Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 20, Part 4]

Tape 45, Side 2. In the twentieth interview session, conducted on May 15, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his service as a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court from 1977 to 1990. He speaks about the changes in the makeup of the court, shares his thoughts about the death penalty, and discusses his interest in tort law. He speaks at length about his involvement with the American Law Institute, and talks about the ALI style manual.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 20, Part 3]

Tape 45, Side 1. In the twentieth interview session, conducted on May 15, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his service as a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court from 1977 to 1990. He speaks about the changes in the makeup of the court, shares his thoughts about the death penalty, and discusses his interest in tort law. He speaks at length about his involvement with the American Law Institute, and talks about the ALI style manual.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 20, Part 2]

Tape 44, Side 2. In the twentieth interview session, conducted on May 15, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his service as a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court from 1977 to 1990. He speaks about the changes in the makeup of the court, shares his thoughts about the death penalty, and discusses his interest in tort law. He speaks at length about his involvement with the American Law Institute, and talks about the ALI style manual.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 20, Part 1]

Tape 44, side 1. In the twentieth interview session, conducted on May 15, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his service as a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court from 1977 to 1990. He speaks about the changes in the makeup of the court, shares his thoughts about the death penalty, and discusses his interest in tort law. He speaks at length about his involvement with the American Law Institute, and talks about the ALI style manual.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 19, Part 4]

Tape 43, Side 2. In the nineteenth interview session, conducted on May 6, 2003, Linde discusses the stroke he had in 1985, talks about the death of his father in 1986, and discusses the 1986 election for a seat on the Oregon Supreme Court. He continues to discuss his service as a justice on the court from 1977 to 1990. He talks about his relationship with his fellow justices, shares his reasons for not seeking re-election in 1990, and discusses some of the cases he heard, including a case regarding the death penalty.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 19, Part 3]

Tape 43, Side 1. In the nineteenth interview session, conducted on May 6, 2003, Linde discusses the stroke he had in 1985, talks about the death of his father in 1986, and discusses the 1986 election for a seat on the Oregon Supreme Court. He continues to discuss his service as a justice on the court from 1977 to 1990. He talks about his relationship with his fellow justices, shares his reasons for not seeking re-election in 1990, and discusses some of the cases he heard, including a case regarding the death penalty.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 19, Part 2]

Tape 42, Side 1. In the nineteenth interview session, conducted on May 6, 2003, Linde discusses the stroke he had in 1985, talks about the death of his father in 1986, and discusses the 1986 election for a seat on the Oregon Supreme Court. He continues to discuss his service as a justice on the court from 1977 to 1990. He talks about his relationship with his fellow justices, shares his reasons for not seeking re-election in 1990, and discusses some of the cases he heard, including a case regarding the death penalty.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 19, Part 1]

Tape 41, Side 2. In the nineteenth interview session, conducted on May 6, 2003, Linde discusses the stroke he had in 1985, talks about the death of his father in 1986, and discusses the 1986 election for a seat on the Oregon Supreme Court. He continues to discuss his service as a justice on the court from 1977 to 1990. He talks about his relationship with his fellow justices, shares his reasons for not seeking re-election in 1990, and discusses some of the cases he heard, including a case regarding the death penalty.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 18, Part 3]

Tape 41, Side 1. In the eighteenth interview session, conducted on April 25, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his 1984 re-election campaign, and talks about the role of politics in the judicial branch. He speaks about the role of the Oregon Court of Appeals. He also talks about his fellow Supreme Court justices. He speaks about criminal justice and sentencing.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 18, Part 2]

Tape 40, Side 2. In the eighteenth interview session, conducted on April 25, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his 1984 re-election campaign, and talks about the role of politics in the judicial branch. He speaks about the role of the Oregon Court of Appeals. He also talks about his fellow Supreme Court justices. He speaks about criminal justice and sentencing.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 18, Part 1]

Tape 40, Side 1. In the eighteenth interview session, conducted on April 25, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his 1984 re-election campaign, and talks about the role of politics in the judicial branch. He speaks about the role of the Oregon Court of Appeals. He also talks about his fellow Supreme Court justices. He speaks about criminal justice and sentencing.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 17, Part 2]

Tape 39, Side 2. In the seventeenth interview session, conducted on April 17, 2003, Linde discusses the heart attack he had in 1980. He describes his workload as a Supreme Court justice, talks about teaching law at Arizona State University for a term in 1983, and discusses laws and cases that improved outcomes for defendants. He speaks about his 1984 re-election campaign.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 17, Part 1]

Tape 39, Side 1. In the seventeenth interview session, conducted on April 17, 2003, Linde discusses the heart attack he had in 1980. He describes his workload as a Supreme Court justice, talks about teaching law at Arizona State University for a term in 1983, and discusses laws and cases that improved outcomes for defendants. He speaks about his 1984 re-election campaign.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 16, Part 6]

Tape 38, Side 2. In the sixteenth interview session, conducted on April 1, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his service as a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court from 1977 to 1990. He talks about his law clerks, and about the work of a judge’s secretary. He discusses the rules and procedures of the state’s Supreme Court, including how the court decides what cases to hear. He also shares his opinion on campaign finance laws. He talks about the house he lived in in Salem. He discusses some cases the court heard, addresses criticism that he was an activist judge, and talks about some of the decisions the court made. He speaks about some of his activities during 1979.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 16, Part 5]

Tape 38, Side 1. In the sixteenth interview session, conducted on April 1, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his service as a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court from 1977 to 1990. He talks about his law clerks, and about the work of a judge’s secretary. He discusses the rules and procedures of the state’s Supreme Court, including how the court decides what cases to hear. He also shares his opinion on campaign finance laws. He talks about the house he lived in in Salem. He discusses some cases the court heard, addresses criticism that he was an activist judge, and talks about some of the decisions the court made. He speaks about some of his activities during 1979.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 16, Part 4]

Tape 37, Side 2. In the sixteenth interview session, conducted on April 1, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his service as a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court from 1977 to 1990. He talks about his law clerks, and about the work of a judge’s secretary. He discusses the rules and procedures of the state’s Supreme Court, including how the court decides what cases to hear. He also shares his opinion on campaign finance laws. He talks about the house he lived in in Salem. He discusses some cases the court heard, addresses criticism that he was an activist judge, and talks about some of the decisions the court made. He speaks about some of his activities during 1979.

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Oral history interview with Hans A. Linde [Session 16, Part 3]

Tape 37, Side 1. In the sixteenth interview session, conducted on April 1, 2003, Linde continues to discuss his service as a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court from 1977 to 1990. He talks about his law clerks, and about the work of a judge’s secretary. He discusses the rules and procedures of the state’s Supreme Court, including how the court decides what cases to hear. He also shares his opinion on campaign finance laws. He talks about the house he lived in in Salem. He discusses some cases the court heard, addresses criticism that he was an activist judge, and talks about some of the decisions the court made. He speaks about some of his activities during 1979.

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