Student Power, Italian Style

Zolo, Daniel
April 1968
New Republic;4/27/68, Vol. 158 Issue 17, p16
Assesses the students' revolt in universities in Italy in 1968. Effect of the student's movement on the future of the country; Causes of discontent and complaints of the students regarding their universities; Influence of the Cuban and Chinese revolutions on the student movements.


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