The still-rousing (if increasingly gray-haired) story of the first baby-boomer civil protest, the progenitor of the antiwar and civil rights movements, the catalyst of 60s activism. Tells how it changed the university and ultimately the nation as its leaders became instigators of social change throughout the country. Studded with quotes and speeches from the Movement and illustrated with some 200 photographs and archival materials (including the Free Speech Songbook). Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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