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Jay A Rockefeller's Journey Video Clips

Watch Clips From Jay: A Rockefeller's Journey. A West Virginia Public Broadcasting Original Documentary exploring and documenting the half-century career of John D. Rockefeller IV in his chosen home of West Virginia.  

Watch the broadcast premiere June 22 at 9 p.m. on West Virginia Public Broadcasting 

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President of WV Wesleyan - After a devastating loss in 1972's gubernatorial race, Rockefeller wins over many skeptics as President of West Virginia Wesleyan College.

The Governor's Race - In 1976, a more politically astute Jay Rockefeller is ready for a second bid for the WV Governor's office.

The Ludlow Massacre - The "Ludlow Massacre" is considered the blackest mark on Rockefeller family history.

Study in Japan- Jay leaves Harvard to work and study in Japan, building relationships that would change him, and years later, significantly impacting West Virginia.