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|Description:||107 p. 22 cm.|
|Contents:||The gentle revolution, by F. O'Connor.--Background: What actually happened in UCD, by J. Maguire. Till the next time, by K.E. Myers.--Issues: Is truth our aim? By B.E. Jensen and K. O'Doherty. Reflections from the temple of silence, by M. Chesnutt. The problem of the academic spalpeens, by R.B. Walsh.--Context: UCD and the pattern of revolt, by L. de Paor. Where the revolution is at, by H. Jenkins.--Meaning: This dramatic protest, by P. Pettit. On protest for protest's sake, by D. Turner.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Philip Pettit.|