Getting Restless Again

Harrington, Michael
September 1979
New Republic;9/1/79-9/8/79, Vol. 181 Issue 9/10, p12
Comments on the revival of student activism in the United States. Demonstration of the sentiments of college students following the breakdown of negotiations at Three Mile Island; Sensitivity of elite universities to the South Africa issue; Boycott of multinational company Nestle for its promotion of a baby formula as a substitute for breast milk.


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