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The Free Speech Movement : reflections on Berkeley in the 1960s

Author: Robert Cohen; Reginald E Zelnik
Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2002.
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An examination of Berkeley's celebrated Free Speech Movement (FSM) of 1964. Drawing from the experiences of many movement veterans, this collection of scholarly articles and personal memoirs illuminates one of the most important events in the recent history of American higher education.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Free Speech Movement.
Berkeley : University of California Press, c2002
(DLC) 2002016554
(OCoLC)48851477
Named Person: Mario Savio
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Cohen; Reginald E Zelnik
ISBN: 9780520928619 052092861X 1417508302 9781417508303
OCLC Number: 55531587
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 618 p.) : ill.
Contents: Many meanings of the FSM: in lieu of an introduction / Robert Cohen --
Part I. Roots --
Thirty years later: reflections on the FSM / Mario Savio --
From freedom now! to free speech: the FSM's roots in the bay area civil rights movement / Jo Freeman --
Holding one another: Mario Savio and the freedom struggle in Mississippi and Berkeley / Waldo Martin --
Part II. Experience: Fall 1964 --
Students --
War is declared! / Jackie Goldberg --
My life in the FSM: memories of a freshman / Margot Adler --
Gender politics and the FSM: a meditation on women and freedom of speech / Bettina Aptheker --
Recollections of the FSM / Martin Roysher --
View from the South: the idea of a state university / Henry Mayer --
Endgame: how the Berkeley grads organized to win / Steve Weissman --
View from the margins / David A. Hollinger --
Dressing for the revolution / Kate Coleman --
"Rossman report": a memoir of making history / Michael Rossman --
FSM and the vision of a new left / Jeff Lustig --
This was their fight and they had to fight it: the FMS's nonradical rank and file / Robert Cohen --
Faculty and clergy --
On the side of the angels: the Berkeley faculty and the FSM / Reginald E. Zelnik --
From the big apple to Berkeley: perspectives of a junior faculty member / Lawrence W. Levine --
When the FSM disturbed the faculty peace / Leon Wofsy --
Berkeley Free Speech Movement and the campus ministry / Keith Chamberlain --
Administration --
Fall of 1964 at Berkeley: confrontation yields to reconciliation / Clark Kerr --
Part III. Legal and constitutional issues --
Constitutionally interpreting the FSM controversy / Robert Post --
December 1964: some reflections and recollections / Robert H. Cole --
FSM: a movement lawyer's perspective / Malcolm Burnstein --
Part IV. Aftermath --
Mario Savio and Berkeley's "Little Free Speech Movement of 1966" / Robert Cohen --
Limits of freedom: student activists and educational reform at Berkeley in the 1960s / Julie A. Reuben --
FSM, Berkeley politics, and Ronald Reagan / W.J. Rorabaugh --
Mario Savio's second act: the 1990s / Jonah Raskin --
Part V. Thoughts about Mario Savio --
Mario Savio and the politics of authenticity / Doug Rossinow --
Remembering Mario / Lynne Hollander Savio --
Mario, personal and political / Suzanne Goldberg --
Elegy for Mario Savio / Wendy Lesser --
On Mario Savio / Greil Marcus --
Mario Savio: avatar of free speech / Reginald E. Zelnik.
Responsibility: edited by Robert Cohen and Reginald E. Zelnik.

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"A superb book." - Todd Gitlin, author of Media Unlimited and The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage "This book gets the Free Speech Movement and its significance exactly right - from the civil Read more...

 
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