Street Party

La Rowe, William C.
June 1972
New Republic;6/10/72, Vol. 166 Issue 24, p12
Focuses on demonstrations against the Vietnam war in Austin, Texas. Description of the nature of demonstrations organized by students; Role of the police during demonstrations; Information about strategies adopted by students; Accounts of several incidents of restraint by the police; Use of violence by against demonstrators when demonstrations got larger, louder, more undisciplined and more disruptive.


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