Essay heading: Protest Of 1968

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What was initially a non-confrontational protest quickly escalated. Columbia students, angry and tired of being neglected by the administration, fought to be heard; students raided Hamilton Hall and refused to leave until their six demands were met. Ultimately the SDS led protest, initially centered around speeches at the center of campus, and evolved into a hostile student takeover of five university buildings...
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These frustrated student body lashed out against the establishment—and the nearest target was their own Columbia. However, Klaus Mehnert observed that the "campus problems as such did not stand in the foreground of the conflict…The true enemy was society…the university simply being that segment of society with which the students happened to be confronted...
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