The Berkeley Effect

March 1965
Time;3/19/1965, Vol. 85 Issue 12, p54
The article reports the growth of demonstration trends of college students in the U.S. It highlights the different student protests in various universities in the country including the University of Kansas , the University of Washington , and the University of Chicago , which concerned college administrators about the safety of their administrations respectively. The student's active roles in demonstrations were driven with their willingness to oppose imperfections in universities.


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