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At Berkeley in the sixties : the education of an activist, 1961-1965

Author: Jo Freeman
Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A new perspective on the Free Speech Movement and other student protests at Berkeley

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Genre/Form: History
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Freeman, Jo.
At Berkeley in the sixties.
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c2004
(OCoLC)607037981
Online version:
Freeman, Jo.
At Berkeley in the sixties.
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c2004
(OCoLC)609752812
Named Person: Jo Freeman; Jo Freeman
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jo Freeman
ISBN: 025334283X 9780253342836 0253216222 9780253216229
OCLC Number: 51936947
Description: xxiii, 358 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The train to Berkeley --
Cal --
Politics and the university --
SLATE --
Exploring the political bazaar --
The young democrats --
Student --
Protest --
Summer vacation in Washington, D.C. --
Crossing the line --
The speaker ban --
The SLATE supplement --
Fair housing --
Mexico and Central America --
The house on Parker Street --
The assassination of JFK --
The Bay Area civil rights movement --
On civil disobedience --
The Sheraton-Palace --
Auto row --
Clogging the courts --
On trial --
Freedom summer --
Summer session --
Hitchhiking --
The Democratic convention --
New York City --
First week of the Fall semester --
Eviction! --
Who done it? --
Capturing the car --
Strongwalled --
The October 2nd pact --
The FSM is born --
Sparring --
Energy --
Escalation --
The "right wing" revolt --
The secret negotiations --
Changes --
Mutual misconceptions --
The Heyman Committee Report --
The regents meet --
The abortive sit-in --
Resurrection --
The real sit-in --
Strike! --
Victory --
Intermission --
FUCK --
The trial --
On regents and rules --
The state legislature --
Graduation --
The FBI files --
Aftermath, afterword, and afterthoughts.
Other Titles: At Berkeley in the '60s
Responsibility: Jo Freeman.
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When Jo Freeman began her undergraduate education in 1961, the University of California, Berkeley, like many colleges then, took "in loco parentis" seriously. Administrative rules enforced curfews, Read more...

 
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