Berkeley in the Sixties

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American History

 

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Abel B

 

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March 19, 2016

 

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These were somewhat liberalized rule that governed campus political speech and activities. It prohibited a lot of organizational activity like fundraising, recruitment, demonstrations, or parties that were to take place on campus. Accordingly, the students began to organize off campus and it kept the students aware of what was going on in the world as a whole...
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Accordingly, the students began to organize off campus and it kept the students aware of what was going on in the world as a whole. For this reason, events taking place at Berkeley rippled nationwide and Berkeley then became a barometer of students across America and their political sentiments. This radical core of students gained momentum when the larger group of liberal sympathizers joined with them and together they formed the Free Speech movement...
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