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Campus Power Struggle (Transaction/Society book series, TA/S-1)

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ISBN 100878550593
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Campus Power Struggle traces the explosive evolution of the student political movement from the Berkeley Free Speech Movement of to armed confrontation at Cornell in From campus conflict as a microcosm of larger political struggles for self-determination, to student concern about infringements upon personal liberties, the studies in Author: Howard Saul Becker.

Essays originally appeared in Trans-action magazine Includes bibliographical references Introduction: The struggle for power on the campus, by H. BeckerBeyond Berkeley, by J.

GusfieldColumbia: the dynamics of a student revolution, by E. TrimbergerThe crisis at San Francisco State, by J. McEvoy and A. MillerConfrontation at Cornell, by W. Friedland and Pages: Campus Power Struggle traces the explosive evolution of the student political movement from the Berkeley Free Speech Movement of to armed confrontation at Cornell in From campus conflict as a microcosm of larger political struggles for self-determination, to student concern about infringements upon personal liberties, the studies in 4/5(1).

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From data from hundreds more institutions not discussed in the book, I estimate that students organized, requested, demanded and/or protested for a racially relevant education at upwards of 1, institutions in Subscribe to E-news Rings of Power Struggle.

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