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I960 - 1969 -- A BIBLIOGRAPHY 


Bibliographical Series No. 6 (1969) 


Bibliographical Series Number Six (1969) 

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A. MAGAZINES = — 46 



D. FILMS 49 

ADDENDUM - :-. ■<■- 50 





The amount of material available on higher education and the 
student rebellion in the United States staggers the imagination. 
Especially since 1965, in the Left and in general, literally 
thousands of books, pamphlets and articles have appeared. 

Of necessity therefore, this bibliography is limited to the 
United States and is selective. But it is not limited to Left 
commentary, nor even to only favorable and sympathetic accounts 
of student rebellions, or progressive and radical criti .ues of 
higher education. The criterion was that the material be coher- 
ent, relevant, provocative and influential. The reader will find 
listings for material from the "Liberal Establishment" defending 
the present structure of higher education and attacking the stu- 
dent rebels. Most prominent among these ruling class apologists 
are Clark Kerr, Sidney Hook, Irving Kristol, David Riesman, Chris- 
topher Jencks, Nathan Glazer, Seymour Martin Lipset and Lewis 
Feuer. Of course, greatest emphasis was given to the Left, and 
especially to the critiques of the rebels themselves. Special 
attention was given to black students and the crisis in Negro 
higher education. 

A problem in compiling a bibliography such as this is that 
many very important radical articles have appeared in "under- 
ground" newspapers of limited circulation and scattered through- 
out the country. Therefore, I have listed especially important 
newspapers and magazines at the end of the bibliography. I also 
call attention to the "Underground Press Directory" compiled in 
1968, which gives a complete listing of these periodicals. To 
obtain this directory send $1.00 to: COUNTERPOINT, Box 396, 
Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481. Also at the end of this biblio- 
graphy is a listing of some important national student and edu- 
cational organizations, especially those whose pamphlets or jour- 
nals are cited. 

I call attention, as well, to the listing at the end of the 
bibliography of excellent documentary films which are available, 
on the s t ude n t rebe 1 1 ions . 


In addition, I wish to mention a new, excellent study, not 
yet published, which, when it appears, will undoubtedly be the 
definitive work on the Berkeley Free Speech Movement of 1964. It 
is entitled Conflict on the Campus : The Berkeley Free Speech 
Controversy , written by Max Heirich. It will be published soon 
by Columbia University Press. 

Finally, I wish to thank my little son Joshua, for his crea- 
tive efforts in managing on numerous occasions to rearrange and 
"de-alphabetize " the listings for this bibliography. 

Bettina Aptheker 

San Jose,, California 
March, 1969 


American Assembly, Columbia Univ., The_ Federal Government and Higher 
Education , jSnglewood Cliffs, N. J., prentice-Hall, 1960 

American Civil Liberties Union, Academic Freedom and Civil Liberties 
of Students in Colleges and Universities ,. N. Y, , American Civil , 
Liberties Union, 1963 

Armour, Richard Willard, Going Around in Academic Circles : A Low View 
of Higher Education , New York, Mc-Graw-Hill, 1965 

Armstrong, Gregory, ed.. Protest ; Man Against Society , N. : Y., Bantam 
Books, February, 1969. A collection of essays by New Left and 
"Yippie" activists. ...,..,,,, 

Avorn, Jerry L., Up Against the Ivy Wall . N. Y. "Athene urn," "T96B. 

Written collectively by members of the staff of f the Columbia Da i 1 v 
Spectator , the student newspaper at Columbia University. An ac- 
count of the Spring, 1968 student rebellion. 

Babbidge, Homer D. and Robert M. Rosenzweig, The Federal Interest in 
Higher education , N. Y., McGraw-Hill, 1962 

Bandm'an, B., The Place of Reason in Education , Columbus, O., Ohio 
State University Press, 1968 

Barzun, Jacques, The American University ; How It Runs, Where It Is 
Going , N. Y., Harper & Row, 1968. The author is Provost of Colum- 
bia University. He wrote a witty earlier book, Teacher in America , 
N . Y v , . Dqubleday, 19 54 . 

Baskin, Samuel, ed., Higher Education: Some Newer Developments , 
N,. T,,, McGraw-Hill, 1965 

Belcher, Donald R., The Board of Trustees and the University of 
Pennsylvania, Phi la.., Univ. of Pa. Press, 1960 

Bell, Daniel, The Reforming of General Education ( The Columbia Col- * 
lege Experience in its National. Setting ) , N. Y., Doubleday, 
Anchor, 1969 

Benson, Dennis C, The New Generation , Richmond, Va . , John Knox, 1968 

Black, Max, ed., The Morality of Scholarship , N. Y., Cornel Univ. 
Press, 1968. Includes two fine essays, one by Theodore Roszak, 


the other by Louis Kampf. 

Bond, .Horace Mann, The Education of the Negro in the American Social 
Order , N„ Y., Octagon House, 1966. This is a reissue of a book 
first published in, 1934, with a new preface and additional chapter. 

Broderick, Francis L. and August Meier, eds „ , Negro Protest Thought 
in the Twentiety Century , N. Y., Bobbs-Merrill, 1965. For the 
purposes of this bibliography "the reader^ is referred, to Part Four 
of this book entitled "The 'New' Militancy"."" "a* .' ""."-'■ . 

Brown, Hugh Stuart and Lewis B. Mayhew, American Higher Education , ...•. 
No' Y., Center "for Applied Research in Education, 1965 : ,. : , f .. ... : 

Brubacher, John Seller, Bases for Policy in Higher Education , N.Y, , . 
McGraw Hill, ,1965 ,'"" -. .,, 

, Higher Education in Transition, A History of American Col- 

leges and Universities 1636-1968 , N. Y : . , Harper & Row, 1968 

Brumbaugh, A., J., State -Wide Planning and Coordination of Higher 
Education , ' Atlanta, Southern Regional Education Board, 1963 

Bullock, Henry Allen, A History of Negro Education in the South From 
1619 to the Present , Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1967. A dis- 
appointing study, ""but contains important historical $.ata. 

Burnstein, Malcolm,, et. ,^1. Attorneys for Appellants, People of the , 
State of California vs. Mario Savio and 571 Others (An Appeal of 
Conviction to the Superior Court of Alameda Co., Criminal No. 235 
September, 1965,.. , This appeal is a brilliant legal and political ^ 
defense of the Berkeley Free, Speech Movement of the Fall of 1964. 

Callahan, Raymond E., Education and the Cult of Efficiency , Chicago, 
The Univ. of Chicago Press,.: 1962 : . ■ . urns?. .:■'".. 

Caplow, Theodore and Reece J. McGee , The Academic Marketplace , N.Y., 
Doubleday, Anchor, ,1965 (orig, .1958) •; 

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Carling, Francis, " Move Over" : Students, Politics, Religion , N„ Y., 
N. Y., Sheed &, Ward, 1969 io'±-;.fi 

Carter, Richard F„ and George Corns tock, Student "Communications at 
Stanford , Stanford Univ., The Communication Committee of Stanford 
Associates, 1963 .... 

Cleaver, Eldridge, Soul On Ice , N. Y., McGraw-Hill, 1968 -; ■ t ,.., 

Clift, Virgil A., A. W. Anderson and H. G. Hullfish, eds., Negro 


Education in America, Its Adequacy, Problems and Needs , N. Y., . 
Harper & Row, 1963 

Cobb, Charlie, Charlie. Cobb^s Rage , Tougaloo, Miss., Flute Pubs. ,1965 
A book of poems written by 5NCC activist Charlie Cobb. 

Cohen, Mitchell and Dennis Hale, The New Student Left - An Anthology 
Boston, Beacon Press, 1966. A valuable collection of the early 
writings of New Left activists. 

Coons, Arthur G., Crisis in California Higher Education : Experience 
Under the Master Plan and Problems of Coordination, 1959-1968 , 
Los Angeles, The Ward Ritchie Press, 1968 

Corson, John J., Governance of Colleges and Universities , N. Y., 
McGraw-Hill, i960 

Cox, Archibald, et. al., Crisis at Columbia , N. Y. Vintage Paper- 
backs, 1968. Report of the Fact-Finding Cox Commission appointed 
to investigate the disturbances at Columbia University in April 
and May, 1968 by the Columbia faculty. 

Dobbins, Charles G. and Calvin B. Lee, eds., Whose Goals for American 
Higher Education ? .Wash. . D.C., American Council on Education, 1968 

Dodds, Harold W„ # The Academic President .-- Educator or Caretaker? , 
N . Y. , McGraw-Hill , 1962 

Douglass, Bruce, Reflections on Protest : Student Presence in Politi- 
cal Conflict , Richmond, Va., John Knox Press, 1967. The views of 
Christian students and faculty on their role in the protest movement 

Draper, Hal, Berkeley ; The New Student Revolt , N. Y. , Grove Press, 1965 

Dressel, Paul L. , The Undergraduate Curriculum in Higher Education , 
Wash.,,D. C. Center for Applied Research in Education, 1963 

Dykes, Archie R., Faculty Pr ^ icipation in Academic Decision-Making , 
Wash., D. C, American Council on Education, 1968 

Erikson, Erik H., ed». Youth, Change and Challenge . N. Y, ; , Basic 
Books," 1963 

Eurich, .Alvin C., ed., Campus: 1980 , N. Y. , 1968, Delacorte. Con- 
tributions by John W.. Gardner, David Riesman/. William Arrowsraith, 
Clark Kerr. 


Education in America, Its adequacy f Problems and Heeds , N. Y., , 
Harper & Row, 1963 '"'".' 

Cobb, Charlie, Charlie Cobb's Rage , Tougaloo, Miss., Flute Pubs., 1965 
A book of poems written by SWCC activist Charlie Cobb. 

Cohen, Mitchell and Dennis Hale, The New Student Left - An Anthology 
Boston, Beacon Press, 1966. A valuable collection of the early 
writings of New Left activists. 

Coons, Arthur G„ , Crisis in California Higher Education : Experience 
Under the Master Plan and Problems of Coordination, 1959-1968 , 
Los Angeles, The Ward Ritchie Press, 1968 

Corson, John J., Governance of Colleges and Universities , N. Y., 
McGraw-Hill, 1960 

Cox, Archibald, et. al. f Crisis at Columbia , N. Y. Vintage Paper- 
backs, 1968, Report of the Fact-Finding Cox Commission appointed 
to investigate the disturbances at Columbia University in April 
and May, 1968 by the Columbia faculty. 

Dobbins, Charles G. and Calvin B. Lee, eds., Whose Goals for American 
Higher Education ? .Wash. , D.C., American Council on Education, 1968 

Dodds, Ha;rold W. , The Academic President.-- Educator or Caretaker?. , 
N. Y. /.McGraw-Hill, 1962 

Douglass, Bruce, Reflections on Protest ; Student Presence in Politi- 
cal Conflict , Richmond, Va., John Knox Press, 196.7. The views of 
Christian students and faculty on their role in the protest movement, 

Draper , Hal, Berkeley : The Mew Student Revolt , N. Y., Grove Press, 1965 

Dressel, Paul L., The Undergraduate Curriculum in Higher Education , 
Wash.,,. D. C. Center for Applied Research in Education, 1963 

Dykes, Archie R. , Faculty Pr r* icipation in Academic Decision-Making , 
Wash., D, C, American Council on Education, 1968 

Erikson, Erik H., ed., Youth, Change and Challenge , N. Y.., Basic 
Books, 1963 

Eurich, ,Alvin C., ed., Campus: 1980 , N. Y., 1968, Delacorte. Con- 
tributions by John W. Gardner, David Riesman/.* William Arrowsraith, 
Clark Kerr. 


Forman, James, -^ Younae. Jr., The First Black College Student To 
nig in the BTack Liberation Movement , K-.-Y-, Grove Press ;., 1968 . - 
A moving biography and a political history of the Student -Non- .- 

: Violent Coordinating Committee. 

Feuer, Louis sJ, Tb. Conflict «f Gyrations, H.Y., Basic Books, 1968 
Freedman, Morris, chaos in Our Colleges, N. Y., D. McKay, 1963 


Garner, David P., Th* California Oath Contr oversy, Berkeley, Univ. 
of California Press, 1967 

Gibson, Raymond c7, The Challenge of Leadersh ip in Higner Education , 
Dubuque, Iowa, W. C. Brown Co., 1964 

Goodman, Paul, Compulsory Mis-Education an d the Com munity of Scholars , 
H. Y,, Horizon Press, 1964 

' '■"■ The Community of Scholars , N.Y., Random House, 1962 

Gorovitz, Samuel, ed., Fr^dom and Orrler in the University , Cleve- 
land Press of Western Reserve Univ., 1967. Essays by Paul Good- 
.^,man,Walter P. Metzger, John R. Searle, Sanford H. Kadish and 
'^"Tildr timer R- Kadish. 

Grant, Joan, ed., Black Protes t ; H is t ory, Documents and Analyses, : 
TfiT9 to" the- 'Present , Greenwich, Corin., Fawcett Publications 1968. 
For the purposes of this bibliography the reader is referred to, 
pages 251-506, which contain many of the most important articles 
"lh| documents of the black movement in the 1960's, especially -of i 
the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee. ... _,.-/ 

Harris, Seymour E., ed.. Hi gher Education in the United States , The 
Rnnnnmin Problems , Cambridge, Mass., Harvard Univ. Press, I960 

Hassenger, Robert, ed., tW Shane of Catholic Higher Education , ...;• 
..Chicago, Univ. of Chicago Press, 1967 

Henderson, Algo D., Policies and Practic es in Higher Education , 
N. Y., Harper & Row, 1960 

TT, r-1i, :r Vi-mnnr ^^~~i -^ ^logical Warfare: America's Hidden :.;, 
Arsenal , Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1968 '-•-■- 

HofrMann;:Banesh, Tn» Tyranny of testing, n ' / ' > °°^ *^^ ec _ 
1967 A reasoned attack on the exaggerated claims of mass objec 
tive'*' testing and its damaging effects. Hoffman's main target 
is the Educational Testing Service. 


Hofstadter, Richard and Wilson Smith, eds . , American Higher Educa- 
tion, A Documentary History , Chicago, Univ. of Chicago Press, 
1961 (in two volumes) .. _ - 

Horowitz, David, Student , N. Y., Ballantine Books, 1962 

Horowitz, Irving L., The Rise and Fall of the Project Came lot : Stud- 
ies in the Relationship Between Social Science and Politics, 
Cambridge, MIT Press, 1967 

Jacobs, Paul and Saul Landau, The New Radicals : A Report with Docu- 
ments , Vintage Books, K. Y. 1966 

Joughin, Louis, ed., Academic Freedom and Tenure , Milwaukee, Univ. 
of Wisconsin Press, 1967, A Handbook of the American Association 
of University Professors. 

Katz, Joseph, No Time for Youth: Growth and_ Constraint in College 
Students, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 1968= A publication of the 
Institute for the Study of Human Problems, Stanford University . 

Keniston, Kenneth, Young Radicals : Notes on Committed Youth , N. Y., 
Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968 

Kennan, George F., Democracy.. and the Student Left , Boston, Little, 
Brown, 1968 

Kerr, Clark, et. al„. Industrialism and Industrial Man, N, Y., 
Oxford Univ. Press, 1964 

.' The Uses of the University , Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1963 

■ — ■ - «- — - f— — ■ 

Clark Kerr is the former President of the University of California 
and one of the originators of the concept of the "multiversity" . 

Klopf, Gordon, College Student Government , N,.Y., Harper & Brothers, 
1960 (prepared for the United States National Student Association) 

Koerner, James D., Who Controls American Education ? Boston, 
Beacon Press, 1968 

Kronovet, Esther and Evelyn Shirk, eds.. In Pursuit of Awareness , 
The College Stud ent in the Modern World , N. ..Y. , Apple ton-Century- 
Crofts, 1967 

Lens, Sidney, Radicalism in America , N„ Y. , Crowe 11, 1966 
Lipset, Seymour Martin and Wolin Sheldon S., eds., The Berkeley 


Student Revolt; Facts and Interpretations , N.Y., Doubleday-Anchor , 

196:5 ; " '■ ."V ..U:LJ^... -.-.. ••...; ' .CL^i""'^! 

Lynd, Robert S., Knowledge for What? The Place of Soci al Science in 
American Culture , N.Y., Grove Press, 1964 (originally appeared in 
1939 — the book is a classic) - 

Machlup., J'ri.fc'z, Th e Production and Distribution, of Knowledge,:: in iJthe 
United States , Princeton, N. J., Princeton Univ. Press >~ 1962 - 

Manier, Edward and John W. Kouck, Academic Freedom and the Catholic 
On i ver s ity , flo.tre Dame, Indiana, Fides Publishers, 1967 

Mayer, Frederick, Creative Universities , NJ M College and Univ. 
Press, 1961 ■■--■^ ■ ■ ..■■' :-.... , . .-..V- 

Mayhew, Lewis B./ed., Higher Education in the Revolution ary Decades, 
Berkeley, Cal., McCutchan Publishing Corp., 1967 

McConne 11 , Thomas. "R . , A; General Pattern for -American P ublic -Higher 
Education , N. ! Y. , McGraw-Hill, 1962 ~~~- .-■■;■ 

McGrath, Earl J. , The Predominantly Negro Colleges and Universities, 
in Transition ,:'^. Y., Teachers College..,.: Columbia Univ., 1965 

, The Liberal Arts College's Responsibility f or the Individual 

Student , N.-"Y.'i Published by the -Institute, of Higher Education 
Teachers College Press, Columbia Univ., 1966 

Mee th , - Lo ui s R C-, ■ .e.d . X Selected . Issues in Highe r Education, An 
Annotated Bibliography , N. Y., Published by the Institute of 
Higher Education by Teachers College Press, Columbia Univ., 1965 

Menashe; -t. --■ and = Ronald -Radosh. T eaching USA ; Reports, Documents, 
Opinions , N. Y. , Praeger, 1967 

Moris on, Robert Sv, ed., The Contemporary University; U . S . A . , 
v Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1966 

Muscatine, Charles.,.- et. al. . - Education ;at Berkeley , Berkeley, Cal. # 
Univ. of Cal. Press, 1968 

NeVihs, Allan, The State Universities and ..Democracy , Urbana, 111., 
Univ. of 111. Press, 1962 

Nieburg, H. L. , In The Name of Science , Chicago, Quadrangle Books, 
1966. Although ! '-MrV Nieburg is politically a conservative, this 
book is an invaluable source of information on government and 
corporation. contractual research in the universities. 


Orland, Harold, The Effects of Federal Programs on Higher Education , 
A Study of 36 Universities and Colleges , Wash,, D. C, The Brook- 
ings Institution, 1962 

Perkins, James A., The University in Transition , Princeton, N. J., 
Princeton Univ. Press, 1966. Mr. Perkins is President of Cornell 

Pusey, Nathan M., The Age of the Scholar ; Observations on Education 
in a Troubled Decade , Cambridge, Belknap Press of Harvard Univ. 
Press, 1963 

Rauh, Morton A., The Trusteeship of Colleges and Universities , 
New York, McGraw-Hill, 1969 

Riesmany David and Christopher Jencks, The Academic Revolution , 
N, Y„, Doubleday, 1968. For a radical this is an excruciating 
book . : tq -re ad and 1 -anything but "revolutionary" as the title 
might have implied. 

Ridgewa y , Jame s , The Closed Corporation - American Universities in 
Crisis , N. Y„, Random House, 1968. Mr. Ridgeway is an associate 
editor of the New Republic , and in the pages of that periodical 
has written extensively on the academic scene. The book is 
weak analytically, but superb muckraking. 

Rivlin, Alice M. , The Role of the Federal Government in Financing 
Higher Education , Wash., D. C., Brookings Institution, 1961 

Rogin, Michael P., The Intellectuals and j Joseph] McCarthy . 
Cambridge, MIT Press, 1967 

Rosecrance, Francis C„, The American College and Its Teachers , 
N, Y,, MacMillan, 1962 

Roszak, Theodore, ed., The Dissenting Academy . N. Y. , Pantheon, 1968 
A superb collection of essays by radical faculty members, in- 
cluding essays by Louis Kampf (English), Staughton Lynd (History), 
Marshall Windmiller (International Relations), Kathleen Gough 
(Anthropology) and Christian Bay (Social Science) , concluding 
with a classic by Noam Chomsky. 

Rudolph, Frederick, The American College and University : A History , 
N. Y., Knopf, 1962 

Sanford, Nevitt, ed., The American College ; A Psychological and 
Social Interpretation of Higher Learning , N. Y. , Wiley, 1962 

, ed.,. College and Character; A Briefer Version of the 


^TO&i^i&an College , N. ■'-;¥:■■ /--Wile ^-7- 1964 - 

Schwab, J. J. , College Curriculum and Student Protest , Chicago, 
Univ. of Chicago Press, 1969 

Scimecca, J.' and Damiano, R; , Crisis at Stv John's : Strike and ... 

Revolution on the Catholic Campus , N. Y., Random House , 1966 

Se i fcz , Fre de-r ick , ■ e t . a 1 k , Science, Government and the Universi- ,, ■ 
ties , Seattle, Univ. of Wash. Press, 1966' 

Simons, Joseph H., Problems of the American University , Boston, 
Christopher Publishing House, 1967 . . ; , 

Smith, Harry E., Secularization and the University , Richmond, Va „ , 
John Knox, 1968 •■: ■ 

Sprague, Hall T., ed., Research on College Students ; Institute ... 
Lectures Considering Recent Research on College Students, ',: 
Motivation, Values and Attitudes, and Campus Cultures , Boulder, 
Colo, and Berkeley, Cal., The Western Interstate Commission ..for 
Higher Education; -and the Center^or Higher .Education, I960 

Stewart,. George R., On University Government , "A Statement Con- 
cerning Some Issues of Academic Freedom and the History of 
Faculty Government at the University of California, Berkeley," 
Berkeley, Cal., American Association of University Professors,, 
Berkeley Chapter, 1960 

Stickler, R. Hugh, ed., Experimental Colleges : Their Role in 
American Higher Education , Tallahassee, Fla . , Fla.. State Un.?.v. 
Press, 1964 

Stroup, -Herbert, Bureaucracy in Higher Education , N. Y. f F.ree -, 
Press, 1966 

Stroup , Thomas B . , ed . , The University in the American Future, ,. ;; 
Lexington; $v, Univ. of Kentucky Press, 1965 

Sutherlahd, Elizabeth, ed., Letters From Mississippi , N. Y. , 

. rt :■■'■( I- 

McGraw Hill, 1965. Personal reports from volunteers in the 
Summer Freedom Project, 1964. Miss Sutherland is a national 
secretary of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee. 

Taylor, Harold, On Education and Freedom , Carbondale, 111., 
Southern 111. : Univ. Press, 196? /{brig, published in 1954 


Vassar, Rena L., ed., Social History of American Higher Education , 
Volume II : 1860 - the present , Chicago, Rand McNally & Co., 1965 

Vehlen, Thorstein, The Higher Learning in America , N. Y., Hill and 
Wand, 1967. This classic study of American Higher education was 
originally published in 1918. The 1967 edition contains an 
introduction by Louis Hacker. The book is must reading. 

Von Hoffman, Nicholas, The Multiversity , A personal report on what 
happens to today's students at American universities , M^Y . ■-, 
Holt, 1966 

Wakefield, Dan, Revolt in the South , N. Y., Grove Press, I960- 

Warshaw, Steven, The Trouble in Berkeley , Berkeley, Cal., Diablo 
Press/ 1965. The text is sympathetic to the students, but in- 
accurate . But it is mainly a photographic study, and this is 

Weatherf of d; Willis Duke , ed I , The Goals of Higher Education , 
Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, I960. Includes an interesting 
essay by Harold Taylor, "Individualism and the Liberal Tradi- 
tion, " - - 

Wilson, Logan, ed., Emerging Patterns in American Higher Educa- 
tion, Wash., D. C, American Council on Education, 1965 

Wiggins, Sam P., The Desegregation Era in Higher Education , 
Berkeley, Cal., McCutchan Publishing Co., 1966 

, Higher Education in the South / Berkeley, Cal., McCutchan 

Publishing Co., 1966 

Wilson,,.. Howard E. and Florence H. Wilson, American Higher Educa- 
tion and World Affairs , Wash., D. C, American Council oh' :: 
Education, 1963 . '/.. 

Woodring, P., Higher Learning in America: A Reassessment , N. Y., 
McGraw-Hill. 1968 

Zinn, Howard, SNCC: The New Abolitionists , Boston, Beacon, 1964 

* * * 



Aber, Joel, et, al., Germ Warfare Research for Vietnam : Project 
Spicerack on the Pennsylvania Campus , Philadelphia Area Com- 8 -, 
mittee to End the War in Vietnam, 228 Buckingham Place , Phi la. , 
Pa. 19104, 1965, 31 pp. 

Academy for Educational Development, Inc., Governan ce of Public 
Higher- ■ Education in California , Sacramento, Cal., The California 
Coordinating Council for Higher Education,' Oct. 8, 1968*- -103 pp. 

Anderson, David R. , and Joan Nash, eds . , Issue : Those Who Make the 
Waves , Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 1965, Berkeley, Cal., The University 
Church Council, 47' pp. 

Aptheker, Bettina, Robert Kaufman and Michael Folsom, FSM : The 
Free Speech' 'Movement at Berkeley , San Francisco, Cal., WEB Du 
Bois Clubs of America, 1965, 52 pp. ' 

Aptheker, Bettina, Big Business and the American University, N. Y, , 
New Outlook Publishers-, 1966, 40 pp. 

, Columbia Inc ., N. Y., WEB Du Bois Clubs of America, May, 

1968, 35 pp. 

Boston Fund, The 1967 Study of- College '-and University Endowment 
Funds , Boston, Mass., The Boston Fund, 1968, 25 pp. 

Braden, Anne-,- The Southern Freedom Movement In P erspective, N. Y., 
Monthly Review , July-Aug., 1965, 93 pp. Mrs. Braden is head 
of the Southern Conference Educational Fund. 

Byrne, Jerome C, The Berkeley Crisis , The Byrne Report to the 
Forbes Committee of the Board of Regents of the University of 
California, issued May : 7, 1965, 64 pp. Despite its apparently 
conservative origins this is a very important Report-because 
its primary conclusion is thrt the FSM was largely a justified 
response to a bureaucratic and unresponsive governmental struc- 
ture for the university. The Report is available- in full in the 
anthology by Seymour Martin Lipset and Sheldon Wolin listed in 
the "Books" section of this bibliography. 

Carnegie Corporation of New York, Quarterly , January, 1966, "The 
Invisible Thread: A University's Reputation," 8 pp. 

California Law Review , "Symposium: Student Rights and Campus 
Rules," March, 1966. (The entire issue of over 100 pp. is 
devoted to this . ) 



California Monthly , "A Season of Discontent/' Vol. LXXV, No, 5,. 
February, 1965. The entire issue is devoted to the Free Speech 
Movement events of the Fall of 1964. Despite its unsympathetic 
bent, this journal published by the California Alumni Association 
contains one of the best chronologies of events ever compiled "," 
and a very complete appendix of important documents, generally 
unavailable elsewhere . 

Davidson, Carl, Toward a. Student Syndicalist Movement , Chicago 
Students for a Democratic Society, August, 1966, 7 pp. 


Dr a pe r , Ha 1 , Behind the Battle of Berkeley: The Mind of Clark Kerr , 
Berkeley, California, Independent Socialist Club, Oct. 1964, 14pp. 

Draper, Hal and Ann, The Dirt on California : Agribusiness and the 
University , Independent Socialist Club, Berkeley, Cal., 1968,32 pp. 

Fa la, Michael A., Dunce Cages, Hickory Sticks and Public Evalua- 
tion : The Structure of Academic Authoritarianism , Univ. of Wise, 
Madison, Wise, The Sociology Students Association, 39 pp. 

Focus , Number 3, Winter, 1968, "Crisis at Columbia," 24 pp. 
Published by the Alumni Association and the School of General 
Studies, Columbia University. 

Foote, Caleb, et. al., The Culture of the University : Gove rnance 
and Education . Report of the Study Commission on University 
Governance, Berkeley, Cal., the Daily Californian , Jan. 15,1968,85pp. 

Free Speech Movement:, Steering Committee, We Want a University , 
Univ. of Cal., Berkeley, December, 1964, 10 pp. Available in 
the Bancroft Library on the Berkeley campus of the Univ. of Cal. 

Garson, Marvin, The Regents , Berkeley, Cal., Independent Socialist 
Club, 1967, 25 pp. Originally printed by the Free Speech Move- 
ment in 1965. 

Gr.iswbld, A. Whitney, The University , Santa Barbara, Cal., Center 
for the Study of Democratic Institutions, November, 1961, 29 pp. 
Mr. Griswold is President of Yale University. 

Gronemeier, Dale, The Union White Paper on Racial Discrimination 
in Employment at the University of California, Berkeley , pub- 
lished by the American Federation of Teachers Local #1570 (and 
three other campus unions), Univ. of Cal., Berkeley, Fall, 1968, 88pp 


j/ Haber, R. Alan, Students and Labor , Chicago, Students for a Demo- 
Society, September, 1962, 19 pp. 

Hartriet-t'i'-' Rodney T., College and University Trustees : Their Back- 
grounds ,- Roles and Educational Attitudes , Princeton, N. J., . 
Educational Testing Service, 1969, 100 pp. 

fc/Hayden, Tom, Revolution in Mississippi , N. Y. f Students for a 
Democratic Society, 1963, 28 pp. 

i/Hayden, Tom and Carl Wittman, An- Interracial Movement of the Po or? 
N. Y., Students for a Democratic Society, 1965, 26 pp. 

/nayden, Tom, Student Social Action , Chicago, Students for a Demo- 
■ cratic Society, 1965, 12 pp. 

History Students Association, Up Against the Blackboard, Madison, 
Univ.' of Wisconsin, December, 1968, 23 pp. 

Hutchins, Robert M. , On Education , Santa Barbara, Cal.,, The Center 

for -the: Study of Democratic Institutions, April, 1963, 20 pp. ( : 

Institute for Defense Analysis, Task Force Report on Science and 
Technology , Wash. , D. C. , US (Government Printing' Off ice , 1967; " 

/jacobson, Tom, Unions and the Working Student , N. Y., Students for. 
a Democratic Society, August, 1963; 4 pp. , . , i; 

Katz, Joseph, The Student Activists : Rights, Needs and Powers of .. ^ 
Undergraduates , Wash . , D. C., J US Office of Education, 1967. . ... : 
Inquiries may be directed to the author at the institute for the 
Study of Human Problems, Stanford Univ. , Stanford, Cal. 

Kerr, Clark, Jacques Barzun and Robert M. Hutchins, The , University 
in America , Santa Barbara, Cal., The Center for the Study s of 
Democratic Institutions, 1967 . . , 

/ Kissinger, C. Clark, The Bruns Strike - A Case Study of Student, .... .„ 
Participation in Labor , N. Y., Students for a Democratic Society, 
October, ; 1963 

Krebs, Allen, The University , Ann Arbor, Mich., Radical Education 
Project, 1967, 9 pp. 'Lvov- 

Levin, Alan, Political Meddling and the Flo rida Board of Regents, 
Nashville, Tenn., Southern Student Organizing Comm., 1968, 8 pp. 



Lomax, Louis E.., .John Howard Griffin and Dick Gregory, Mississippi 
Eyewitness : The"Th : fee Civil Rights Workers - How They Were. Mur- 
dered , San Francisco, Cal., Ramparts (Special Supplement).., 1964 

Lowe, K. , Towards a Black University , Nashville, Tenn. , Southern 
Student Organizing Committee, 1968 

Martin, Tom, Article IX and the Demise of Student Government : A 

History , Seattle, Wash., Published by the Campus Reform arid Action 
Movement at the Univ. of Washington, April, 1965 

Nicolaus, Martin, The Iceberg Strategy: Universities and the Mili- 
tary-Industrial Complex , Ann Arbor, Mich., Radical Education 
Project, 1967, 6 pp. 

Nolan, David, The University and the Status Quo , Nashville, Tenn., 
Southern Student Organizing Committee, October, 1966, 4 pp. 

North American Congress on Latin America, Wh o Ru le s Co 1 umbi a ? 
N. Y. , published by the Congress, June, 1968, 36 pp. 

Radical Student Union, The Uses of U. C. Berkeley: Research , 

Berkeley, Cal., Univ. of Cal., published by the Union, February, 
1969, 56 pp. 

Rice, James G. , ed . , General Education : Current Ideas and Concerns , 
Wash., D. C. , Association for Higher Education of the National 
Education Association, 1964, 86 pp. - - ~ 

Richmond, Al, Campus Rebels , San Francisco, Cal., Pacific Publish-. 
ihg Foundation, 1960, 31 pp. 

Savio, Mario, et. al.. The Free Speech Movement and the Negro Revo" 
tion , Detroit, Mich., published by News & Letters, 8751 Grand 
River, July, 1965, 52 pp. Of particular interest is an essay by 
Robert Moses on "Education in the South." 

Students for a Democratic Society, The Port Huron Statement , N. Y. , if 
1964, 63 pp. Represents the first official statement of SDS 
adopted at their founding convention, Port Huron, Mich., June Il- 
ls, 1962. 

Thompson, Ronald Bur dick, Enrollment Projections for Higher Educa- 
tion : 1961-1978 , Wash., D. C, Enrollment Studies Committee, the 
American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions 
Officers, 1961, 36 pp. 




University Caucus, University Reform : Four Areas of Concern , Duke 
Univ. / Durham, Nl C. , NashvilieV Tenri.'y Southern Student Organ- 
izing Committee, 1965, 4 pp. 

W. E. B. Du Bois Clubs of America, Culture and Education , San 
Francisco, June 21, 1964, 24 pp. 

, - Notes on-,: a Campus ""Program" ' San Francisco, 1966, 5 pp. 

^Weissman, Stephen and Doug Tu thill. Freedom and the University , 
Chicago, Students for a Democratic Society, April, 1966, 7 pp. 

/ Yoke 11 , Michae 1 , M. I. T. and the Warfare State , Stu^nts " for a '/ 

Democratic Society at the Mass. Institute of Technology, 1967,21 pp. 

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r.fl C- 

AAUP Bulletin , "Statement on Faculty Responsibility for, the Academic 
Freedom of Students," published by the American Association of 
University, Professors, : September, 1964 

AAUP Bulletin , "Academic Freedom in Mississippi; A Report of a 
Special Committee," September, 1965 

AAUP Bulletin , "Association Protest to the Selective Service Sys- 
tem, " June, 1966 

AAUP Bulletin , "Statement on Professors and Political Activity,". , 

September, 19.67 ,,,/ ." -...., ir? . 

AAUP Bulletin , "Joint Statement on Rights and Freedoms ., of Students , " 
December, 1967 

Abrams, Richard M.,- "The; "Student Rebellion at Berkeley - An Inter- 
i pretation, " Massachusetts Review , Winter/Spring, 19.65, Vol. IV, 
No. 2 

Aguilar, A., "The Intellectuals and the Revolution," Monthly Review , 
March, .1968 

-■.; . 

Aiken, Henry David, "The Sick University, " Mew York Review of Books , 
Oct. 20, 1966, p. 12. Review of three books: The Re forming ,-, 



of General Education by Daniel Bell/ The University in vTransition 
by James A. Perkins and Bureaucracy in Higher Education by 
Herbert Stroup. 

Alegria, Fernando, "Student Revolutions in U. S. A.," Occident , 
Fall, 1964-1965 

America , "Debacle at Columbia," May 18, 1968 

, "Student Power Movement," Sept. 28, 1963 

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, "The Contemporary University: 
U. S. A.," Daedalus , Cambridge, Mass., Fall, :19~64 :, 

American Association of University Professors, "Academic Freedom 
and Tenure: Northern State College (South Dakota) ; " AAUP Bul- 
letin , Autumn, 1968 

, "Academic Freedom and Tenure: Troy State University (Alabama)," 

AAUP Bulletin , Autumn, 1968 

American Civil Liberties Union, "Academic Freedom and Civil Liberties 
of Students in Colleges and Universities," AAUP Bulletin , June, 1962 

Anthony, R. and P* Semas, "Many Voices of the New Left: National 
Convention," New Republic , June 29, 1968 

Aptheker, Bettina> "Free Speech Revolt on Berkeley Campus," 
Political Affairs , January, 1965 

, "Revolt on the Berkeley Campus," Political Affairs , March, 1965 

;, "Aspects of the Crisis in Higher Education, " Political 

Affairs , October., .1967 

, "Social Psychology and the Student Movement," Ethical Impact 

(published by the American Ethical Union)," Spring, 1968 

_, "Study Commission on University Governance, The Culture of 

the University: Governance and Education, " A review of the Com- 
mission report, California Law Review , Vol. 56, No. 4, August, 1968 

, "The Student Rebellion," Political Affairs , March, 1969: , 

(Part II appears in Political Affairs , April, 1969.) 
Apthe-ker, Herbert, "Signs of Change," Political Affairs , January, 1960 
_, "Africa and Imperialist Intellectuals," Political Affairs , 

October, 1960 


Aptheker,. Herbert.-. "Academic Freedom in "the United- States-.^.". .- 
Political Affairs , July, .1965 v.: -i : ■ 

, "The Academic Rebellion in the United States," Political 

Affairs , August, 1965 
, "Marxism and Education," Political Affairs , September, 1966 

, "Academic Freedom in the United States," Ethical Impact 

(published by the American Ethical Union) , Spring, 1968 

Armstrong , Richard, "The" Explosive Revival of the Par Left',"" 
Saturday Evening Post , May 8, 1965 

Aronson, Ronald, "The Movement and its Critics, "Studies on the 
Left , January - February, 1966 

Arrowsmith, William, "The Shame of the Graduate Schools," Harper's , 
'March, 1966 ; ' ; • . -\ .JJ. 

Baran, Paul A., "The Commitment of the Intellectual, " Monthly 
Review , May, 1961 

Barclay, D., "The Silent Generation Speaks Up /* -New York Times- 
Magazine , May 15, 1960 

Bass, A. Z., "Platforms for Citizen-Students: Campus Governments , '" 
Saturday Review , Oct. 16, 1965 • ...--.. -- 

Bass, J. and P. Clancy/ "Militant Mood in "Negro Colleges," 
Reporter , May 16, 1968 

Bay, Christian, "Education for Freedom," The Stanford Challenger /-.: 
March, 1965 

( "Political and Apolitical Students: Facts in Search of 

Theory," The Journal of Social Issues , July, 1967 

Berkman, David, "The Last Absolute Tyranny," Changing" Education, ; 
Winter/Spring, 1968. Published by the. American Federation of 
Teachers. A highly personalized account of one professor's or- 
deal to obtain his Ph.vD:.'. showing- how dense the academic jungles 
in U. S. graduate schools have grown. 

Berkowitz, Madeibn, "Berkeley - A Commentary on the Commentaries-,""*' 
The Stanford Challenger , March, 1965 

Bjork, Richard E., "Foundations, Universities and Government," 
Journal of Higher Education , May, 1962 



Blank, B. , "Student Opinion About Faculty Research, " - School and 
Society , March 24, 1962 

Bloice, Carl, "The University of California and the Atomic Energy 
Commission, People 's World , Feb.- 12, . 1965 

Bloy, Myron B., Jr., "Culture and Counter-Culture: Alienated Youth ' i 
Risky Challenge to the Enlightenment," Commonweal , Jan. 17, 1969 

Blumenfeld, Neal, "The Psychology of Berkeley," Ramparts , May, 15:- : 

Blumenfe-Ijd, F. Y;.., -"Ail Purpose Brother? Concerning the Dissentir^ 
Academy, " Newsweek , Feb. 12, 1968 

Blumenthal, R. , "SDS; Protest is Not Enough, " Nation , May 22, IS 

Boroff, D., "American Fetish: The College Degree," New York Tiises 
Magazine , Feb. 14, 1960 

Bowles, F. H., "Dual-Purpose Revolution, " National Education 
Association Journal , December, 1966 ■'• ; -- •■■■"'■- 

Bowles, W. Donald, "Student Participation in Academic Governance 
Educational Record , Summer, 1968 

Boyd, William B., "Students and Student Life, " Daily Calif brniar. 
Weekly Magazine , Univ. of Cal., Berkeley, April 16, 1968. Mr. 
Boyd was then a vice-chancellor for student affairs on the 
Berkeley campus. 

Boyer, Ernest L., "A Fresh Look at the College Trustee," Educa - 
tional Record , Summer, 1968 

Brann, James, "Unionizing the Academics," New Republic , Feb . Z : '. 

Brademas, J., "Campus: Left? Right? Or Neither?, " New 'York Tirne^ 
Magazine , April 22, 1962 

Bradley, B. E., "What Businessmen Need to Know About Student Lei- 
Harvard Business Review , September, 1968. This article is very 
funny for a radical to read. 

Brammer, Lawrence M., "The Student Rebel in the University, " 
Journal of Higher Education / "May, 1967 

Brandon, H., "Student Power: Its Problems and Promise," Saturday 
Review , July 6, 1968 ! 

Brann, J. W. , : "Continued at Columbia," Commonweal, Oct. 4,-1968 



Branston, Thomas R. , "Mi litary $ f The Deserters *" Ramparts , October, 1967 

Brickman, William W., "The Concept of Freedom in Education," 
Educational Record , Winter, 1964 r" , :.'w , 

, "Persistence of Fraud in Higher Education," School and 

, Society , . April 2-, ,1966 . 
, "Activism "Among College Students," School and Society , 

January ; . 7, - : -1967 . - • . :*. ■. 

. : ... , "Student Power and Academic Anarchy," School a nd Society...- 
Jan. 6, 1968 U/S> 

Brienberg, Elizabeth, "On the Free Speech Movement," Studies On the 
Left , Spring, 1965" 

Br" ightmanT Carol, "The Science of Control, " Viet.- Re_oort, January, 1968 

Brown, Donald R. , "Student Stress and the Institutional Environ- 
ment, ,r Th£_Jojorjiaj i _^^ July, 1967 K 

Brown, Ric^,, "They.Shot Alma^Mater ;,To Prevent Her Being Raped — 
Or How (and Why) the Administration and the Faculty Saved the 
University From the Students," Daily Calif ornian Weekly Magazine, 
Feb. ,,17 < .1969, published at the Univ. of Cal., Berkeley. A 
brilliant -essay by a. graduate student in the Sociology of Educa- 
tion. He is the founder, of the Center for Participant Education 
which was responsible for the invitation in the Fall of 1968 to 
Eldridge Cleaver to deliver ten guest lectures for a course on 
Racism. ■..■ 

Browne, Robert S., "The Challenge of Black Student Organizations," 
Freedomways , Fall, 1968 . - ; .r . 

Brubacher, John S. , "Deeper Bases of.Poliqy in Higher Education, & ;. 
School and Society , Summer, 1965 

^_, "The :: Autonomy pf the. University. " Journal of Higher 

Education , May, 1967 

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, "Revolution and Counterrevolution," New 
Republic , June 1, 1968. Mr. Brzezinski is one of the State De- 
partment's "Soviet experts" and formerly ^mejri^er of; the State 
Department Policy Planning Council. He is presently a faculty 
member at Columbia University. This essay ; deals = with his views 
on "the Columbia uprising in the Spring of 1968. ■ ^ ;: r : 

Bulletin of. the .Atomic Scientists , "Improper University Research,;" 
May, 1968 



Burrows, Jack, "Lady Loverly's Chatter," Changing Education 
Winter/Spring, 1968 (published by the American Federation of 

Business Week , "Think Tank in the Eye of A Storm: Institute for 
Defense Analysis," May 4, 1968 

California Monthly , "University Review - Highlights of Events and 
Developments [On the Berkeley Campus] April, 1966 (published by 
the Alumni Association of the Univ = of Cal.) 

Callahan, D., "Resistance and Technology: Marcuse, Theorist of 
the New Radicals," Commonweal , Dec. 22, 1967 

Carely, Nicole tte, "Vietnam: The Bar Mitzvah of American Intellec- 
tuals," New University Thought , Summer, 1965 

Carmichael, Stokely, "Toward Black Liberation," Massachusetts 
Review , Autumn, 1966 

Carter, L. J., "Duke University Students Demand New Deal for Negro 
Workers," Science , May 3, 1968 

, L, J., "Student Unrest: Administrators Seek Ways to Restore 

Peace," Science , June 14, 1968 
■ **' ■ ■ 
Cass, James, "What Happened at Berkeley, " Saturday Review , Jan. 16, 

t "ultimate Threat to the University: Non-Radical Students," 

Saturday Review , Aug. 17, 1968 

"What Are They Telling Us?", Saturday Review , Sept. 21, 1968 

Chambers, M. M., "Higher Education is a Public Obligation," School 
and Society , Summer, 1960 

Charvez, C w "Marcher: Current State of American Protest," New 
Yorker , May 27, 1967 

Chomsky, Noam, "The Responsibility of Intellectuals, " New_York 
Review of Books , Feb. 23, 1967 

, "On Resistance," New York Review of Books , Dec. 7, 1967 


Clark, Septima P., "Literacy and Liberation . " " Freedomways , Winter, 1964 

Clecak, Peter, "Reforming- the Universities," Nation , March 27, 1967 
A review-essay of Paul Goodman's Compulsory Mis-Education and the 


Community of Scholars . 

Clifford^ F., "Draft Delinquents: Professors Face Possible Induc- 
tion," Science , Feb. 16, 1968 

Coles, "Robert, "The Search for Community," Hew Republic , Feb. 26,1966 

Commager, Henry Steele, "The University and Freedom," Journal of 
Higher Education , October, 1963 

, Henry Steele, "The University as Employment Agency," New 

Republic , Feb. 24, 1968 

, "Why Student Rebellion?", Current , July, 1968. 'In general' 

Commager' s articles are excellent. With biting rhetoric he 
slams those who have attacked the student rebels. 

l/Conant, Miriam B., "The Academic Dean-as : a ■ Subversive Bureaucrat," 
Educational Record , Summer, 19.67 

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Conant, R. W., "Rioting, Insurrection and Civil Disobedience," ' 

The American Scholar , Summer, 1968 

Cooper, Russell M., "The College-Teaching; Crisis," Journal of 
Higher Education , January, 1964 

Cousins, Norman, "Research and Re-Sensitization, " Saturday Review , 
Aug. 5, 1967 , 

,, "What Are the Young People Telling Us?", Saturday Review . 

May 16, 1968 

Davidson, Carl, "University Reform Revisited," Educational Record , 
Winter, 1967 

Davis, Bertram H.,, "Unions and Higher Education:. Another View," 
Educational Record , Spring, 1968 

Davis, James, "Communists Are Part of New Left," Political Affairs , 
March, 1966 

DeMuth, Jerry, "Tired of Being Sick and Tired..." Nation , June 1, ., 
1964. ;--' -.''The voter registration drive conducted by SNCC in 
Mississippi. •■^-~ -.•■ . 

, "Black Belt, Alabama," Commonweal , Aug. 7, 1964. A report 

, of SNCC activities in Alabama in the summer of 1964, 

Dennis, Gene, "From Protest...?", Political Affairs , April, 1968. 
A discussion of the student draft resistance movement". 


Dent, Thomas C, "Blues for the Negro College," Freedomways , Fall, 1968 

Dixon, James P„, "Student Political Action," AAUP Bulletin , June, 
1961. Mr. Dixon is President of Antioch College. 

Doddy, Hurley H., "The Progress of the Negro in Higher Education: 
1950-1960," Journal of Negro Education , Fall, 1963 

Donner, J. Frank, "Spies on Campus," Playboy , March, 1968 

Douglass-, J. W.- f "Politics Without Violence," Christian Century , 
June 26, 1968 

Dressel, Paul L., "-Factors Involved in Changing the Values of 
College Students," Educational Record , Spring, 1965 

Dryland, A. R; , "Poly technical Education in the USA and USSR," 
Comparative Education Review , June, 1965 

DuBridge, L. A., "University Basic Research," Science , Aug. 11,1967 
Mr. DuBridge is a Nixon appointee to a post in the Department of 
Health, Education and Welfare. ": " 

Dykes, A- R. , "Innovation in Higher Education," School and. Society , 
April 2, 1966 

Edelman, Irwin, "White Radicals & Black Liberation: The Necessity 
of Coalition, " Liberation , September, 1968 

Edgar, -Robert W. , "The Moral Professor in the Immoral University," 
AAUP Bulletin , December, 1964 

Eley, Lynn W. , "The University of California at Berkeley: Faculty 
Participation in the Government of the University, " AAUP Bul - 
letin , March, 1964 

Ellmann, Richard, "Dissent and the Academy," New York Review of 
Books , Feb. 15, 1968 

Ephron, Nora, "Campus '65: What Our Students Are Really Like," 

New York Post Magazine , (A series of articles appearing: Nov. 29, 
Nov. 30, Dec. 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10, 1965.) 

Erlich, Reese, "La Guerre n'est pas Finie, " International Socialist 
Journal (article is written in English), February, 19.68. Mr. 
Erlich is One of the "Oakland 7" on trial for leading the Stop 
The Draft Week demonstrations in Oakland, Ca'l. in October, 1967. 

Etzioni, A., "Confessions of a Professor Caught in a Revolution," 


New York .Times Magazine , Sept .,15, 1968 

Falk, C. E., "Science and Public Policy Activities in Universities/' 
Bulletin of Atomic Scientists , June , 1968 

Falk, Richard A. /."The. Revolution in Peace Education," Saturday 
Review , May 21, 1966 

Fen, Sing-nan, "Liberal Education "for Negroes (As Viewed in the 
General Context of American Higher Education, " Journal of Negro 
Education^ ' Winter, 1961 

Feuer, Lewis. ,S, ,. "Rebellion at Berkeley," New Leader , Dec. 21,1964 
A bitter attack on the Free Speech Movement. The author was at 
that time a professor of philosophy "on the Berkeley campus. He 
has since fled to the "safer" Canadian, climate , now teaching at 
the University of Toronto. j- 

, "Rebellion at Berkeley - II, ; A Reply," New Leader , Jan.4,1965 

, "Rebellion at Berkeley - III, Inevitability and Institutes, 

New Leader , Jan. 18, 1965 

Fidler, William P., "Academic Freedom in the South Today," AAUP 
Bulletin , December, 1965 

Fischer, John, "Is There a Teacher on the Faculty?", Harper's, 
February, 1965 

. "Letter to a New Leftist, From a Tired Liberal, "Harper's, 

March, 1966 

"Case for the Rebellious Students and their Counter- 

revolution," Harper' s , August, 1968 

Fitch, R. E., "Extremism in the Defense of...." The Christian 

Century , Jan. 6, 1965. Mr. Fitch is Dean of the Pacific School . 
of Religion in Berkeley. His article is sharply critical of the 
student rebels. 

, "Who Speaks for Today's Youth?" , Christian Century, Nov. 3, 1965 

Flacks, Richard and Florence Howe, "On The Draft," New York Review 
of Books , April 6, ,1967 

Flacks, Richard,, "The Liberated Generation: An Exploration of the 
Roots of Student Protest," The Journal of Social Issues , July, 1967 

Ford, Maurice,. "The Right to Recruit on College Campuses: Dow at 


Harvard," New Republic , Nov. 11, 1967 

Fortune , "Who Governs the University," June 1, 1968 

/"American Youth: Its Outlook is changing the World, Jan., 1969 

Frankel, C. , "Student Power: The Rhetoric and the Possibilities * ., r " 
Saturday Review , Nov. 2, 1968 

Freedman, Paul, "Draft Resistance Movement," Political Affairs , 
April, 1968 

Fruchter, N. , "Mississippi: Notes on SNCC," Studies on the Left , 
Winter, 1965 

Gan&V Herbert J., "The New Radicalism: Sect or Action Movement?", 
Studies on the Left , Summer, 1965 

Garaudy, Roger, "Students and Workers' Struggles," Horizons , Winter, 
1960 (Marxist Quarterly published in Toronto, . Canada) . , Despite 
the fact that this is not:' published in the United States and is 
not directly on the US movement, the essay is included, because 
of its pioneering quality. Mr. Garaudy is a French Marxist. 

Gardner, Geoffrey, "Some Notes on Academic Grading, " Liberation , 
March, 1967 

Gelwick, Richard L., "Education in Political Practice," Humanity , 
November, 1964 

Giermanski, James R., "Student Civil Liberties," Commonweal^ 
Jan. 26, 1968 

Gilbert, James', "The Teach-in: Protest or Cooptation?" , Studies on 
the Le ft , Summer, 1965 

Gilbert, Richard, "A Good Time at UCLA: An English View," Harper's , 
April, 1965 

Ginsberg, Allen, "Berkeley Vietnam Days," Liberation , January, 1966 

Gitlin, Todd, "Local Pluralism as Theory and Ideology," Studies 
on the Le f t , Summer, 1965 

, "Theses for the Radical Movement," Liberation , May-June, 1967 

_. "The Left in Search of Itself," Christian Century , Sept. 27, 1967 

Glazer, Nathan, "Student Politics in a Democratic Society," 
American Scholar , Spring, 1967 


Glazer, Nathan, "What-. Happened at Berkeley. " : Commentary , February, 

Glazer, Penina Midgal, "The New Left; A Style of Protest," Journal 

of Higher Education , March, 1967 

Gleason, Ralph J., "The Times They Are a Changin 1 ," Ramparts , 
April, 1965 

Gold, H. , U, J Am A UC Student: Do Not Fold, Bend or Mutilate," 
Saturday Evening Post , June 18, 1966 

Goldman/ Eaurence "[C. Wright] Mills and Radical Politics," Monthly 
Review, October, 1963 

Goodman, Paul, "Thoughts on Berkeley," New York Review of Books , 
Jan. 14, 1965 

, "Ten Letters on Free Speech," Liberation , March, 1965 

, "Student Draft Deferments . " Liberation , May/ June, 1966 

, "Black Flag of Anarchism," New York . Times Magazine , 

July 14, 1968 

Gottwaia-; N. K., "Hippies, Political .Radicals and the Church," 
Christian Century , Aug. 16, 1967 

Gould, Samuel B./ "The Modern University: Concerns for the Future," 
Science , March 24, 1967. Mr. Gould is Chancellor of the State 
University of New York. 

Graham, Shirley, "A Cup of Coffee, Please!," Political Affairs , 
June, 1960. On the first sit-ins, by black students in 
Greensboro /North 'Carolina . 

Grant, Philip, "New Developments in the Saga of St. Johns," 
Changing Education , Winter/Spring, 1968, published by the 
American Federation of Teachers 

Gray, J. Glenn, "Salvation on the Campus: Why Existentialism is 
Capturing Students, " Harper's , May, 1965 

Greeman, Richard, "The Columbia Rebellion," New Pb 1 i t ic s , June ,^.968 

Green, Gil, "The Debate on Socialist Perspectives in the USA," 
Political Affairs , March, 1964 

, "Some Notes on Strategy," Liberation , May-June, 1967 



Greenberg, D 9 S., "Berkeley: New Crisis freaks Out on California 
Campus ," Science , Dec. 9, 1966 .. ; 

Greenfield, Jeff, "College Newspapers in Search of Their Own 
Voice," Harper's , May, 1966 

Greer, Edward, "The Public - Interest University, " Viet-Report , 
January, 1968 

Gross, R., "American Higher Education in 1980," School and Society . 
Dec. 11, 1965 : " 

. ., "Challenge to this Generation of Students, " Education 

Digest , May, 1968 

Guitar, M. A., "Unbugged Student: Communication Between Activist 
and Non-Activists," August, 1966, Mademoiselle 

Gusfield, Joseph, "Beyond Berkeley: High Noon on Campus/' 

Trans/Action . March/April, 1965 (Published at the University of 
Washington in. St. Louis , Missouri . ) 

Guyot, Lawrence and M. Thelwell, "The Politics of Survival in 
Mississippi, " Freedomwavs , Spring, 1966 

. "Toward Independent Political Action," Freedomwavs , Summer, 1966 

Hacker, A. f "Rebelling Young Scholars," Commentary , November, 1960 

Hadsell, J, S., "Oakland: How to Lose in Winning. Berkeley Student 
Sit-in at the Induction Center," Christian Century , Nov. 15, 1967 

Hager, W. E., "Challenges to Public Higher Education," School and 
Society , April 20, 1963 

Hall, Gus, "Talks With Students," Political Affairs , April, 1962 

Halle, Louis J., "The Student Drive to Destruction," New Republic , 
Oct. 19, 1968 

, "Bringing About Change: A Matter of Manners?", New Republic , 

Nov. 23, 1968 

Hammerquist," Don, "Once Again on the New Left," Political Affairs , 
May, 1966 

Handler, Philip, "Academic Science and the Federal Government," . =. 
Science , Sept. 8, 1967 .-.-:-. 

Handlin, Oscar 7" "Are the~Colleges Killing Education?", Atlantic . 
May, 1962 



Hannah, John A., "Civil- Rights and- the Public Universities, " 
Journal of Higher Education , February, 1966 

Harris, M. and D. Wo If le, "Paradox of- Science in the Universities," 
Science , July 19, 1968 

Harris, M... "Big Bust on Morningside Heights," Nation , June 10,1968 

Harrison, E. C, "The Negro College in a Changing Economy," 
Journal of Higher. Education , May, 1965 

Harrison, G. A., "Berkeley: Does that Banner Still Wave? Free 
Speech Movement, " New Republic , Dec . 19, 1964 

Hassenger, Robert, "A Rationale for Changing Student Values, " 
Educational Record , Winter. 1967 

Hawes, Gene R., "Civil Liberties for College Students," Saturday 
Review , June 18, 1966 

Hayden, Tom, "Who Are the Student Boat- Rockers^", Mademoiselle 
August, 1961 

•■/J ',*'■',. '. ,; i : - • -' '' ■■ • 

* "Zinn: The New Abolitionists," Studies- on the Le ft , WinterVJ965 

A review-essay of Howard Zinn's, SNCC: The New Abolitionists . 

, "The Ability to Face Whatever Comes," New Republic , Jan. 15, 1966 

Hayden, Tom, et. al., "Confrontation: The Old Left and the New," 
A symposium with I vanhoe Donaldson, Dwight McDonald and Richard 
Rove re, American- Scholar , Autumn, 1967 

Healey, Dorothy, "How to Build a New Left," Political Affairs , 
July, 1967 

Heath, William W. , "A Report to the Committee on Educational Policy 
from the Subcommittee to Study Student Life," Amherst Alumni 
News,, Winter,; 1965 (Special Issue) 

Heimberger, F., "Grass Roots of Campus Freedom," Saturday Review , 
July 17, 19.65 

Heisler, Bob, "The New Left Undergoing Change," Political Affairs , 
March, 1966 ■■ tjJ:.9l 

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Henry, David D„, "The Federal Government and Higher Education," 
Journal of Higher Education . April, 1966 " ; 

Henry, J 4 , "Education for Stupidity," New York Review of Books , 
May 9, 1968.. ' : - ■ " ' 


Hentoff,Nat, "Beyond the Generational Gap," Liberation , August, 1965 

Herbert,,. T- Walter, Jr., "University, in Crisis," .{On the Berkeley 
Free Speech Movement) Humanity , December, 19,64 

Hersh, Seymour, "Just A Drop Can Kill: Secret Work on Gas and 
Germ Warfare," Hew Republic , May 6, 1967 

"Gas and Germ Warfare: Controversy Over Research Contracts , " 

New Republic , July 1, 1967 

Hi lberry, Conrad, "Civil Disobedience at Oberlin, " Educational 
Record , Spring, 1968 

Hill, A.J., "Colleges of Tomorrow," Saturday Review , Sept. 11, 1965 

Hilton, ^Ronald, "Ships That Pass in the Night," Nation , Aug. 28, 
1967. A fascinating comparative essay on US and Latin Amexlcan 

Hinrichs, Gerard, "Faculty Participation in the Government of 

Catholic Colleges and Universities," AAUP Bui le t in , Decembe r , 1964 

Hitchcock, J., "The Romantic Rebel on Campus," Yale Review , 
Autumn, 1967 

Hodges, Donald C, "Class, Stratum and Intelligentsia," Science 
& Society , Winter, 1963 

Hodgkinson, Harold L., "Students and an Intellectual Community," 
Educational Record , Fall, 1968 

Hodkinson, J. Raymond, "What is Wrong with Negro Colleges?", Newv 
South Student , April, 1966, published by the Southern Student 
Organizing Committee 

Hofstadter, Richard, "The 214th Columbia University Commencement 
Address," American Scholar , Autumn, 1968 

Hollowell, D., "What's Wrong with Our Students? Characteristics of 
the Ideal Administrator," New Republic , Feb. 20, 196§_.. 

Hook, Sidney, "Freedom to Learn But Not to Riot," New York Times 
Magazine , Jan. 3, 1965 • :^ : '■ ' 

___ ,.: "Second Thoughts on Berkeley," Teachers College-Record , 

October, 1965 

Hope, John, II, "The Negro College, Student Protest and the Future, 
Journal of Negro Education, Fall, 1961 



U6¥w%i>W'%i^o^i^ii^Shcisili Science Yogis & Military Commissars s 
How Social Science Research Can Benefit the Defense Department/' 
Trans/Action , May, 1968 (published at- the Univ. of Washington, " 
St. Louis, Missouri) • - * 

Howe, Irving, "Berkeley and Beyond," New Republic , May IV 1965 

Hutching, Robert M., "Appraisal of American Higher Education," 
School & Society , May 5, 1962 

., "Speaking Out: Colleges are Obsolete, 1 ' Saturday Evening 

Post , Sept. 25, 1965 

"The University and the Multiversity," New Republic , 

April 1, 1967 - - ^ -'-■ 

__, "University: An intellectual Community," Vital Speeches , 

May 15, 1967 

Iseman, M. F. and D, W. Ferm, "Why College Students Demand Changes 
Now," Redbook , September, 1968 ; 

/Jacobs, J., "SDS Between Reform and Revolution," Nation , June 10,1968 

Jacobs, James, "Growing Pains of the New Left," International 
Socialist Journal , E'ebruary, 1967 

Jacobs, Paul, "Dr. Feuer's Distortions: Rebellion at Berkeley - II," 
New Leader , Jan. 4, 1965 

_, "Letter from Oakland L California] , " New York Review of 

Books , May 23, 1968. An account of the funeral of 17-year old 
Bobby Hutton, Treasurer of the Black Panther Party,, shot and 
killed by the Oakland Police. 

Jacbbson, Sol, "The Expulsion of Students and Due Process of Law," 
Journal of Higher Education , May, 1963 

, "Student Academic Freedom and Communist Speakers on Campus," 

School & Society , Nov. 14, 1964 

Jan'son, D., "State Department on Campus: Sit Down and Shut UP," 
Nation , May 24, 1965 

Jarrett, J. L., "College Students: The New Breed, " Saturday Review , 
March 20, 1965 

Jencks, Christopher, "Mississippi: From Conversion to Coercion," '■' 
New Republic , Aug. 22, 1964 .^:. . 


Jencks, Christopher, "Limits of the New Left," New Republic , 
Oct. 21, 1967 

Johnson, Eldon, L., "Education: Cutting Edge for Social Change," 
Educational Record , Pall, 1968 

Johnson^ .Ernest, "The Professor's Dilemma," Political Affairs , 
January, 1965 

Johnson, Oakley C, "Intellectuals and the Establishment," 
Political Affairs , August, 1966 

Johnston, 0. W., "Anarchy vs. Order on College Campuses," 
School & Society , Oct. 26, 1968 

Johnston, J. Richard, "Classified Military Research on the Campus," 
Journal of= : Higher Education , June , 1967 

Jones, J. H., "The Influence of Fanon, " Freedomways , Summer, 1968 

Journal of Negro Education , Editorial Comment: "The Sit-in Demon-' 
strations and the Dilemma of the Negro College President," 
Winter,. 1961 

, "The Negro Public College," Summer, 1962. A special 200- 

page issue on. the.- subject, covering both historical and con- 
temporary developments. 

__, "Studies, in the Higher Education of Negro Americans," 

Fall, 1966 (Special Issue) 
Joyce, Frank, "Letter to the New Left," Liberation , February, 1966 

Kaplow, Jeffry, "Intellectuals in Opposition: From Algeria to 
Vietnam," Commonweal , May 19, 1967 

Kash, D. E., "Research and Development at the University," Science , 
June 21, 196 i - 

Katz, Joseph and Nevitt Sanford, "Causes of the Student Revolu- 
tion, " Saturday Review , December 18, 1965 

Kearns, Francis E., "Campus Activism," Yale Review , October, 1968 

Keitch, John, "Stanford in Peru," Mid- Peninsula Observer , Nov. 18- 
Dec. 1, 1968, published in Palo Alto, Cal. 

Kelman, Steve, "The Feud Among the Radicals," Harper's , June, 1966 



Kemp, Tom, "The _Ihtelligentsia and Modern Capitalism," Science & 
Society , Summer, 1962 

KemptOn, Murray,/ "Growing Old With the New Left," New York Review 
of Books , Jan. 26, 1967 

Keniston, Kenneth,;. "The Sources of Student Discontent, " Journal 
of Social Issues , July, 1967 

, "Young Radicals and the Pear of Power, " Mat ion. March 18, 1968 

_, "Youth, Change and Violence," American Scholar , Spring, 1968 

Kennan, George F., "Rebels Without a Program: Radical Left... on 
Campus," New York Times Magazine , June 21, 1968 

Kerins, Francis J., "The Academic Con-Men, " Journal of Higher 
Education , June, 1961 

Kerr, Clark, "Rebellion at Berkeley - III For the Record," 
Mew Leader ." Jan. 18, 1965 ••-_:,— -i.A .1. 

. "Letters to the Editor: Rebuttal from Berkeley," Saturday 

Review , March 6, 1965 
, "On Berkeley and the Multiversity, " New York Times Review 

of Books , April 8, 1965 

, "The Exaggerated Generation," New York Times Magazine , 

June 4, 1967 

Ketcham, C. B. , "Search for: the New Morality, " Christian Century , c 
Oct. 12, 1966 

Kimpton, L. A., ".Aristocratic Theory of Higher Education," 
School & Society , March 26, 1960 

Kirk,; Grayson, "Youth on the College Campus: Rights of the Univer- 
sity," Vital Speeches , Feb. 1, 1966. Mr. Kirk was then President 
of Columbia University. 

Kirk, R., "Growing Dangers in Campus Research," New. York Times- 
Magazine , Sept. 17, 1961 

Klare, Michael, "University Collaboration with the Warfare State," 
National Guardian, Feb.. 4; 1967 

■ _• ■ ' i ... 

, "Universities in Vietnam," Viet-Report , January, 1968 

Knoll, Erwin, "Revolt of the Professors," Saturday Review , June 19,1965 


Koch, Stephen, "Ousted, " New Republic / March 23, 1968. About the 
arrests at Stony Brook. 

Kofsky, Frank, -The Student Movement," Monthly Review , October, 1962 
A review of Student by David Horowitz. There is a reply from 
Mr. Horowitz in Monthly Review , December, 1962 

Kolko, Gabriel, "Universities and the Pentagon: The Uneasy Alliance/' 
Nation , Oct. 9, 1967 

, "Untangling the Alliances: Universities and the Pentagon," 

Nation , Dec. 18, 1967 
Kopkind, Andrew, "The Birth of Black Power," Ramparts/ October, 1966 

Kramer, Bert, "Understanding the New Left," Political Affairs , 
April, 1966 

Kramer, J. R., "What Student Power Means," New York Times Magazine , 
May 26, 1968 

Kreuzer, James R. , "A Student 'Right' Examined," AAUP Bulletin , 
June, 1967 

Kristol, Irving, "What's Bugging the Students," Atlantic , Nov. 1965 

, "Different Ways to Restructure the University," New York 

Times Magazine , Ded. 8, 1968 

Kugler, Israel, "The Union Speaks for Itself, " Educational Record , 
Fall, 1968* Mr. Kugler is President of the NY State AFT 
College and University Council. 

Kunen, James S., "Why We're Against the Biggies," Atlantic , 
October, 1968. This is a brilliant and witty article on the 
universities „ 

Langer, Elinor, "Crisis at Berkeley: I - The Civil War," Science , 
April 9, 1965 

, "Crisis at Berkeley: II - The Second Front, " Science , 

April 16, 1965 

, "Report from California: The Governor and the University," 

Science , March 10, 1967 

Langford, T. A'.V "Campus Turmoil: A Religious Dimension," 
Christian Century , Feb. 8, 1967 



Lathrop, Peter , "Teach-ins: Newjorce or Isolated Phenomenon?" , 
Studies on the Left , Fall, 1965 """"■' " " "' " 

Lekachman, R. , "The Prospects of. the Left," Christianity and 
Crisis , July 8, 1968 ' ..' """ : . ■ „ 

Lens, Sidney, "The New Left and the Establishment," Liberation , 
September, 1965 ■ 

, "The New Left and the Old," Progressive, June, 1966 

, "Theory and the Movement," Liberation , May-June, 1967 


Leonard, G. B., et. al.,-eds., "Turmoil in Higher Education," 
Look , April 18, 1967 

Le vine, Herbert A* , "Educational Opportunity: A New Fringe Benefit 
for Collective Bargaining," Changing Education , Fall, 1967 
(Published by ,, the American Federation of Teachers) 

Levitas, M., "2-S, Too Smart to Fight? A Report from the University 
of Michigan," New York Times Magazine , April 24, 1966 

Lewis, Lionel S., "Dismissals from the Academy," Journal of 

Higher Education , May, . 19.66 ,-, . . ; ... 

Liberation , "What Is .To Be Done?", May-June, 1967. Essays setting 
forth political suggestions for the movement's direction from: ;;,T" 
Barbara Deming, Sidney Lens, Staughton Lynd, Todd Gitiin, 
Bradford Lyttle, Gil Green, Richard Flacks and Paul Jacobs. 

Lichtman, Richard, "The Ideological Function of the University, " , 
International Socialist Journal , December, 1967 

Life, "Campus Agitation vs . Education, "Jan. 22, \1965 . 

, "Mutiny At A Great University...," (Columbia) May 10, 1968 

Lindveit,: ...Earl ..W.., "Science, Education and . Politics, " Educational 
Record , Winter, 1964 ,, y . 

Lipset, Seymour M. and Paul Seabury, "Lessons of Berkeley,." 

Reporter , Jan. 28, 1965 , A -■ , ,. F ['.^ ,' '" 

, "Rebellion on.Campus," American Education , October,. .1968 

Livingston, John C, "Collective Bargaining and Professionalism" 
in Higher Education," Educational Record , Winter, 1967. T 
Published by the American Federation of Teachers.. -^ j ns 



Locker, Michael, "Campus Reconnaissance ;" Viet-Re port , January, 1968 

Longo, Luigi, "The Student Movement and the Anti-Capitalist Strug- 
gle,", People's World , Oct. 12, 1968 

Look , "Behind California's Campus Revolt," Feb. 23, 1965 

, "Vanguard of the Campus Revolt," (SDS) , Oct. 1, 1968 

Lynch, James J., "Disorder, Power and the Student/' Virginia 
Quarterly Review . Winter, 1967 

Lynd, Staughton, "Radical Speaks in Defense of SNCC, " New York 
Times Magazine , Sept. 10, 1967 

, "Academic Freedom: Your Story and Mine," Columbia 

University Forum , Fall, 1967 

McA.ffee, Cathy, "IDA: The Academic Conscripts," Viet-Report , 
January, 1968 

McGuire, Brian, "Berkeley's Best Student: It Wasn't Worth It," 
Saturday Evening Post , Sept. 21, 1968 

Mcintosh, Carl W., "The Unionization of College and University 
Teachers,". Journal of Higher Education , October, 1965 

McKernan, L. F., ed., "Five College Students Speak Out: Questions 
and. Answers, " Catholic World , January, 1967 

Marcuse, Herbert, "Marcuse Defines His New Left Line," New York 
Times Magazine , Oct. 27, 1968 

Marine, Gene, "No Fair' The Students Strike at California," 
Nation , Dec. 21, 1964 

Martinson, R. , "State of the Campus: 1962," Nation , May 19, 1962 

Mathews, John and Ernest Holsendolph, "When Black Students Take 
Over A Campus," April 13, 1968, New Republic 


Mathews, John, "Columbia Sweats It Out," New Republic , Oct. 5, 1968 

May, Henry P. , "The Student Movements Some Impressions at ; ^ 
Berkeley," American Scholar , Summer, 1965 

Meacham, Stewart, "Resistance to the Draft," Liberation , March, 1966 

Mead, Margaret, "The Social Responsibility of the Anthropologist," 


Journal of Higher Education , -January/ 1962 

Mead, Margaret, "The Wider Significance' or ■ the Columbia Upheaval," 
Columbia Forum , Fall, 1968 ' - .....-...■ 

Meeth, L. Richard, "Breaking Racial Barriers/' Journal of Higher 
Education . A three-part series: March, 1966; April, 1966 and 
May, 1966. 

Melman, Seymour, "Priorities and the State Machine," New University 
Thought , Winter, 1966/1967 

Mercer, Marilyn, '"The Student Revolution," Glamour , August, 1965 

Miles, Michael, "Colonialism on the Black Campus," New Republic , 
Aug. 5, 1967 ~^-- 

, "The Communist Party Today," New Republic , Feb. 3, 1968 

Miller, Mike^. "San Francisco: Freedom House, " Studies on the Left , 
Winter, 1965 

Miller, William G. , "New Brunswick: Community Action Project," 
Studies on the Left , Spring, 1965. Report on a community organ- 
izing project conducted primarily by students from Rutgers Univ. 

Millett, John" D. , "The Ethics of Higher Education," Educational 
Record , Winter, 1967 

Monthly Labor Review , "Faculty Education and Income in Neijrb' and 
White Colleges," May, 1965 

Monthly Review , "Review of the Month: Problems of the Student 
Movement," December, 1968 

Moore, Edward C, "Higher Education and the Low-Tuition Policy," 
Journal of Higher Education , May, 1962 

Morgenthau, Hans J., "Truth and Powers The Intellectuals and the 
Johnson Administration," New Republic , Nov. 26, 1966 

Morley, F., "Education's Faceless Factories Shortchange Our 
'Students," Nation's Business , February, 1965 

Morris, Arval A.,- "The University of Washington Loyalty Oath Case," 
AAUP Bulletin , September, 1964 

Munster, Joe H. > Jrc, '"The University in the Market Place," • 
Journal of Higher Education , November, 1964 


Munster r Joe H. , Jr., and Justin C„ Smith, "A Second Look at Govern- 
ment Supported Research, " Educational Record , Spring, 1965 

Murphy, Franklin D., "New Voices on Campus," Mademoiselle /' Aug. ,1965 
A very interesting and at times surprisingly progressive inter- 
view with Dr. Murphy, then Chancellor of the Univ. of California 
at Los Angeles. ; '•" 

Murphy, J. S,, "Peace Corps, Universities and Communism: A Note on 
Bureaucratic .Accommodation, " Teachers College Record , March, 1967 
The October, 19*67 issue of the Teachers College Record carries 
a brief comment on the above essay by Herbert Aptheker. 

Murphy, William P. v "Educational Freedom in the Courts," AAUP 

Bulletin . December, 1963 

Nagler, Michael, "Berkeley: The Demonstrations," Studies on the 
Left , Winter, 1965 

Nation, "Students' Rights: Questions of the Scope and Privacy of 
University Student Records," May 16, 1966 

, "Reader Beware: Sub Rosa Financing by the CIA," June 13,1966 

Nelson, Bryce, "Military Research: A Decline in the Interests of 
Scientists?", Science , April 21, 1967 */;■ 

, "Student Power: Demands for Change at Stony Brook's 

'Talk-In'," Science , Nov. 1, 1968 

Nelson, Harold A., "Expressed and Unexpressed Prejudice Against 

Ethnic Groups in a College Community," Journal of Negro Education , 
Spring, 1962 

Nemetz, Anthony, "The University and Society," Journal of Higher 
Education . November, 1961 

Nettle, J. P., "Are Intellectuals Obsolete?," Nation, March 4,1968 

Newfield, J., "Real Revolt on Campus, " Commonweal , Dec. 15, 1961 

New Republic , Editorial: "CIA Stooges," Feb. 25, 1967 

., Editorial; "Playing it Straight," March 4, 1967. Discusses 

the CIA infiltration of the National Student Association. 
, , "Chaos on Campus'/ January 6, 1968 . 

Newsweek , "Campus '65: The College Generation Looks at Itself - a 


^ Newsweek Survey/ 1 March 22, 1965 r, _ r 

V Newsweek , "Doubts About Vietnam: Letter to President Johnson from 
Student Leaders," May 2, 1966 

, "Yankee Go Home; Opposition to Classified Research on 

Campus," Nov. 13, 1967 

, "Student Protest" (an editorial essay), May 6, 1968 

m _, "Beyond the Barricades : Activist Universities, " July 22, 1968 

, "Campus Rebels: Who, Why, What?", Sept. 30, 1968 

. , "Student Rebels: How to Tame the Turmoil," March 10, 1969 

Ohles, J. F., "University and the Unstudent, " School & Society , 
October 26, 1968 

Oppenhe inter, Martin, "Institutions of Higher Learning and the 1960 
Sit-ins: Some Clues for Social Action," Journal of Negro Educa - 
tion , Summer, 1963 

, "The Southern Student Movement Year I," Journal of Negro 

Education, Pall, 1964 

Paige, Glenn D., "The Professor and Politics," AAUP Bulletin , 
March, 1966 

,/ New York Times Magazine , "Campus Report: Mood of the Students," 
Nov. 17, 1963 

New Yorker . "Protest at Columbia," May 4, 1968 

Novak, M., "An End of Ideology?" , March 8, 1968, Commonweal 

6'Connell, M. , "Censorship on Campus: A Student's Plea for Granting 
Responsible Freedom to Catholic College Editors," America . Nov. 14, 
1964 (Discussions about the article occur in th^e January 2 and 
January 23, 1965 issues of America . ) 

O'Connor, James, "Worker - Student Alliance," Peninsula Observer , 
Feb. 16-23, 1969 

Ogelsby, Carl, "Let Us Shape the Future," Liberation , January, 1966 
^Speech delivered at SBtie March on Washington, November, 1965. 
It also appears in Monthly Review , January, 1966 under the title 
"Liberalism and the Corporate." 



Pake, George, "Basic Research and Financial Crisis in the Univer- 
sities," Scienc e , Aug. 4, 1967 

Pat sons /"Howard L., ""Philosophy and the New Left in the US Today," 
Horizons (Toronto, Canada), Spring, 1968 

Perkins, James A., "Should the Artist Come to the Campus," 
Saturday Review , July 17, 1965 

Petersen, William, "What's Left at Berkeley," Columbia University 
Forum , Spring, 1965 

Petras, James, "Ideology and the United States Political Scientists," 
Science & Society , Spring, 1965 

, "Berkeley Vietnam Days," Liberation , August, 1965 

Petras, James and Harold Jacobs, "Populist Students and the Corpor- 
ate Society, " International Socialist Journal , February, 1967v.. ■ 

Pitzer, Kenneth S.. , "University Integrity, " Science , Oct. 11, 1968 
Dr. Pitzer is the recently appointed President of Stanford Univ. 

Political Affairs , "Ideological Struggle in the American Left,", 

written by the editors, August, 1963 v i ;- : 

Proctor, John "The New Left," Political Affairs , December, 1965 

Pusey, Nathan M., "Student Protest and Commitment," School & 
Society , Dec. 11, 1965 

Rabinowitz, Victor, "An Exchange on SNCC, " Studies on the Left , 
Spring, 1965. Followed by a reply from Norm Fruchter in the: 
same issue „ 

Rader, Dotson, "Princeton Weekend with the SDS , " New Republic , 
Dec. 9, 1967 

Rader, Dotson and Craig Anderson, "Rebellion at Columbia, " New 
Republic , May 1L, : .1968 

Rader, Dotson, "More About Columbia," New Republic , June 8, 1968 

Radosh, Ronald, "American Radicalism: Liberal or Socialist?", 
Monthly Review , February, 1963 

Raimi, Ralph A., "Cheating in College," Harper's , May, 1966 

Ramparts , "Hell No, We Won't Go," December 1967 ■ . -'" 




Ramparts- / "The Siege of Columbia/' June 15, 1968 

Randolph, Harland, "The Northern Student Movement," Educational 
Record , Fall, 1964 

Ransom, David, "The Stanford Complex, " Vie t^Re port , January, 1968 

Rapoport, Anatol, "Have the Intellectuals a Class Interest?", . . 
Liberation , July, 1967 

Rapoport, R., "In Defense of the Multiversity," Atlantic , June, 1967 

, "The Michigan Complex," Vie t-Re port , January, 1968 

Rapping, E. A. and L. A, Rapping, "Politics and Morality in 
Academe," Saturday Review , Oct. 19, 1968 

Rapport, V. A., "Some Ways Toward Campus Peace," School & Society , 
Summer, 1965 

Raskin, A. H-; "The Berkeley Affair: Mr. Kerr vs. Mr. Savio & Co." 
New York Times Magazine . Feb. 14, 1965 ■ ■ - 

, /'Kerr 'and the U. X. Imponderables, " New York Times Magazine' , 

March 1, 1965 

, "Yesterday's Berkeley Rebel Says I'm Just Here to Study," 

New York Times Magazine , Jan. 30, 1966 

Ray, Gordon H., "Impossible Loyalties? The Social Responsibility 
of the Humanist," February, 1962, Journal of Higher Education 

Riesman, A., "Higher Education; A Population Flow Feedback Model," 
Science , July 1, 1966 

Renner, R. R. , "Student Unrest in U. S. and Latin American Univer- 
sities," School & Society , Summer, 1965 

Richmond, Al, "Revolt at Cal, " People's World , Dec. 12, 1964 

Ridgeway, James, "Patriots on the Campus," New Republic , March 25.-jt.1967 

, "Behind; the Scenes ;at Long Island U, " New Republic , Apr. 15,1967 

_, "On Wisconsin: Faculty and Police vs. Students During Anti- 

Dow Chemical Demonstrations," New Republic , Nov. 4,.. 1967 
, "Columbians Filter," New Republic , March 2, 1968 

_, "Columbia's Real Estate Ventures, " New Republic , May 18, 1968 


Robbins, Richard, "The Future of Negro Colleges," New South Student , 
April, 1966, published by the Southern Student Organizing Comm. 

Roberts, S. and Carey McWilliams, "Student Leaders and Campus 
Apathy," Nation , Sept. 16, 1961 

Rogin, Michael, "Politics of Courage: Notes on the Student Left," 
Commonweal , April .15',.. 1966... 

Rosenfield, Gerald, "Generational Revolt and the Free Speech Move- 
ment, " Liberation , December, 1965 ■ -. .. . ■ "... . 

, "Generational Revolt and the Free Speech Movement - Part II," 

Liberation , January,: 1966- . 

Ross, Dan, "American Youth on the Move," Political Affairs , August , I960 

Rossman, Michael; "Civil Rights and FSM: Some Background; Notes , " 
Occident , Fall, 1964-1965 

__# "The Movement and Educational Reform," American Scholar, 

Autumn, 1967. Mr. Rossman was a- member of the steering committee 

of the Berkeley Free Speech Movement. 

,, "Notes from the County Jail, " New York Review of Books , 

Feb. 15, 1968 

, "Look Ma, No Hope," Commonweal , April 12, 1968 

, "Breakthrough at Berkeley," Center Magazine , May, 1968 

Roszak, Theodore, "Youth and the Great Refusal," Nation , March 25,1968 

Rowan, Carl T. f "Education and the Post-Modern World," National 
Education Association Journal , February, 1966 

Rowntree, John and Margaret, "Youth As A Class," International 
Socialist Journal , February, 1968 

Roysher, Martin and Michael Miles, "The Berkeley Thermidor," New 
Republic , March 16, 1968, Mr. Roysher was a member of the 
Berkeley Free Speech Movement Steering Committee. 

y— ' . f :.'■ 

Rubens te in, Ben and Morton Levitt, "Rebellion and Responsibility, " 
Yale Review , Autumn,- 1967 .'.,.- .:' 

Rudd, Mark, "Speaking Out; Columbia's Strike Leader," Saturday \f 
Evening Post , Sept. 21, 1968 . 

Ryan, J. J., "Student Unrests The Educational Reasons," Catholic .. 



Wor Id , c Qc tobe r , 1968 

Salisbury, H„ E„, "History, Politics and Opinion: Question of the 
Interrelation of Academia and Big Government, " Saturday Review , 
June 11, 1966 

Salm, Well, "The New Abolitionists," Monthly Review , January, 1965 
A review of Howard Zinn ' s book by the same title . 

Sampson, Edward E., "Student Activism- and. the Decade o,f; Pro test , " 
The Journal of Social Issues , July, 1967 

Samuelson, R. J. , "War on Campus: What Happened when Dow Recruited 
at Harvard," Science , Dec. 8, 1967 

Sanford, Nevitt, "College Seniors and Social Responsibility," 
National Education Association Journal ', February, 1968 

Saturday Review , "College President's and Student Unrest," July 27,1968 

, "-Scholars and Secrecy," Nov. 18, 1967 

\/ Savio, Mario, "An End to History," Humanity , December, 1964 
Mr. Sayio led the Berkeley Free Speech Movement in 1964. 


., "The Uncertain Future of the Multiversity: A Partisan Scrutiny 

of Berkeley's Muscatine Report," Harper ' s , October, 1966 

Schier, Richard P., "Academic Freedom and Political Action, " 
AAUP Bulletin , March, 1967 

r Science , "Student Protests: A Phenomenon for Behavorial Sciences 
Research," July 5, 1968 

Schle singer, Arthur, Jr., and David Riesman, et. al., "The Urban 
Un i ve 5 s i ty ,. V, * Massachusetts Review , S umme r , 1967 

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr., "Joe College is Dead," Saturday Evening 
Post , Sept.;b2.1v 1968 -y- 

Schneider, Eugene V. , "C. Wright Mills and- the American Left," 
Monthly Review , February, 1963 


School & Society , "Public Universities and Student Freedom/" 
Oct. 2, 1965 


, "History of College Student Unrest," Feb. 5, 1966- 

_, "R & D [Research and Development] in Higher Education, 


March 5, 1966 
School & Society, "Student Freedom, ■" Nov, 12, 1966 

i "Stanford Policy on Classified Research," Feb. 4, 1967 

, "Muscatine's Challenge to Universities, March 18, 1967 

Schrag, P., "The Dissenting Academy," Saturday Review , Feb. 17, 1968 
A review essay of Theodore Roszak's book by the same title. 

Schroth, A., "Students, Politics and Power," America , Sept. 28, 1968 

Scott, Joan./W., "The Teach-in: A. National Movement or the End Of \/^ 
An Affair?", Studies on the Left , Summer, 1965 

Seale, Bobby, "Selections from the Biography of Huey P. Newton,".- ,,..,. 
Ramparts , Oct. 26, 1968 ...-■■"■ 

Searle, John, "A Foolproof Scenario for Student Revolts," New York •;. 
Times Magazine , Dec» 29, 1968. A cynical analysis of the. student 
rebellions at Berkeley by a professor who was a supporter of the 
.Free Speech Movement, and changed when he joined the administra- : 
tion of the Berkeley campus. : -y^ ',_=■.... 

Selden, William K., "The Governance of Higher Education, " Educa^i.: . 
tional Record , Summer, 1964 fy 

Selznick, Philip and Nathan Glazer, "Berkeley," Commentary , March, 1965 

Shapiro, S. A., "The Student and the Teacher," Motive, February, 1968 

Sheinbaum, Stanley K. r ."The University on the Make; Michigan State 
University, " Ramparts , April, 1966 

Sheridan, M. P., "Student Rights in Higher Education," America , 
May 21, 1966 

Sherman, E.F., "Dissenters and Deserters," New Republic , Jan. 6,1968 

Shoben, E. J., Jr., "The Berkeley Syndrome," Teachers College 
Record , April, 1965 

Shoben, E. J., Jr., and P. R. Werdell, "SDS and SNCC: Profiles of */" 
Two Student Organizations," School & Society , Oct. 26, 1968 

Silver, Allan, "The University Rebellion," New York Review of Books , 
Jan. 30, 1969. A review-essay of three new books: Crisis at 
Columbia ; Report of the Pact-Finding Commission , . . ; Up Against 
the Ivy Wall by Jerry L. Avora and The Closed Corporation : 


American Universities in Crisis by James Ridgeway. 

Sisk, Glenn, "The Negro Colleges in Atlanta, " Journal of Negro 
Education , Spring, 1964, and Part II appears in r- Fall, 1964 

Sloat, Warren, "Rutgers - the Soft Sell-out," Liberation , March, 1967 

Snow, C. P., "Higher Education in America," National Education 
Association Journal , April, 1964 

Sorensen, T. C> "Scrooge and the Students," Saturday Review , 
■Jan. ^14, 1967 

Spence, Larry D., "Berkeley: What It Demonstrates," Studies- on the 
Left , Winter, 1965' ■ .■'-._.':' : -v _•.. 

Stahl, Ken and' Earl Cheit, "Student Power: Two Views," Seventeen ; 
August, 1968 ?_»7?f\' 

Steinberg, J., "Dangerous Enthusiasm? Report on Student Political 
Involvement; " Mademoiselle , August, 1968 . „.;'■ 

Stephens, Ernest, "The Black University in America Today: A Student 
Viewpoint, " Freedomways , Spring, 1967 

Stern, George G. , "Myth and Reality in the American College," . ,-.f:>?: 
AAUP Bulletin, December, 1966 r- j.J 

Stern, Sol, "The Anti-Bureaucratic Revolt at Berkeley: A Deeper 
Disenchantment, " Liberation , February, 1965 


'A Short Account of International Student Politics & The 

Cold War with Particular Reference to the NSA, CIA, etc."- , 
Ramparts , March, 1967 

Stewart, George R. , : "On University Government," AAUP Bulletin ; 
March, 1961 

Stoke, H. W., "Invitation of Speakers to the College Campus," 
School & Society, March 10, 1962 

Strickland, Stephen and Theodore Vallance, "Classified^ Research: 
To Be or Not To Be Involved," Educational Record , Summer, 1967 

Strickland, William, "The Movement and Mississippi., " Freedomways , 
Spring, 1965 

, "Tke New Student Left," Freedomways , Fall, 1966.; Review of 

the book by Mitchell Cohen and Dennis; Hale of the.vSame title. 


jStudies on the Left , "Report from the Editors: The SDS March on r 
Washington," Spring, 1965 

, , "Socialist Intellectuals: An Editorial Statement," September- 

October, 1966 - 

Summerfield, Martin, "Danger Signs in American Higher Education," 
Journal of Higher Education . October, 1961 

Swanson, J. W M "The Counter-University Movement," Journal of 
Higher Education . October, 1966 

Swanston, David, "How To Wreck a Campus," Nation , Jan. 8, 1968 
Mr- Swanston is a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle . 
This is an unsympathetic report of student activism on the San 
Francisco State College campus. 

Tabler, Ward, "Lessons From Berkeley," Humanist , March-April, 1965 

Taylor, R. Robb and L. Paul Metzger, "Some Statistics on American 
Higher Education and Their Implications, " AAUP Bulletin , 
September, 1962 

Theobold, R. , "Higher Education and Cybernation," National Educa- 
tion Association Journal , March, 1966 

Time , "Essay: The Worldwide Student Rebellion," May 3, 1968 — -■ 

Trent, James W, and Judith L. Craise, "Commitment and Conformity 
in the American College," Journal of Social Issues , July, 1967 - 

Trillin/ Calvin, "Letter From Berkeley," New Yorker , March, 1965 

Trombley, William, "Boards of Trustees: There's An Aching Need for 
Youth," Lo& Angeles Times , Section G, Feb. 16, 1969 

Underwood, K., "Developing Public Leaders: Role of the College," 
National Education Association Journal , October, 1960 

Onger, Irwin, "The New Left and American Historiography: Some Recent 
Trends in U, S. Historiography," American Historical Review / ' ■ ' "'" 
July, 1967 " f " ? 

Vairo, Philip D., "The Dilemma in Negro Higher Education," Journal'. 
of Higher Education , November, 1967 

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Van Loon, E., "Who Are the Activists?", American Education , Dec. 1967 



Varg, Paul A. f "Intellectual Climate. and Student Unrest,", Journal 
of Higher Education , February, 1966 

Von Hoffman, Nicholas, "The Young Radicals: A Report From the West/' 
Panorama (Sunday magazine of the Chicago Daily News)March 5, 1966 

Walsh, Joseph L., "The New Activists., " Newman Review , Fall, 1965 
Published at Wayne State University, Detroit/ Michigan. 

, "Vhat The Students Want: The Meaning of Protest," Common-r 

weal , Nov. 19, 1965 

Ward, Bill, "Why the Students Revolt," Nation , Jan, 25, 1965 ■ = 

Waskow, Arthur I., "Young America ' s Newest Vocations Awakening,. the 
Disadvantaged and the Disinterested to their Political Oppor- 
tunities and Responsibilities,", Saturday Review , June 5, 1965 

Watson, James E., "The Place of Controversy on the Campus," 
Journal of Higher Education , January, 1965 ; , . 

Weinstein, Henry, "The Cleaver Controversy: Freedom, Racism," 

The Daily Californian Weekly Magazine , Oct. 22, 1968, published 
at the Univ. of Cal., Berkeley campus 

Weiss, Donald H. f "Freedom of Association for" Students, " Journal 
of Higher Education , April, 1967 ...-. 

Weiss, John, "The University as Corporation," New University -•*.. 
Thought , Summer, 1965 ."_' 

Weissman, Stephen, "Rebellion at Berkeley - II: What the Students 
Want," New Leader , Jan. 4. 1965. Mr. Weissman was a member of 
the steering committee of the Berkeley Free Speech Movement. His 
article is a reply to Lewis Feuer's articles which appeared in 
the New Leader (see listing under Feuer) . Mr. Weissman defends 
the Movement. 

White, Lynn, Jr., "The Social Responsibility . of Scholarship: 
History," Journal of Higher Education , October, 1961 


White, Philip V., "Students and the Politics of Protest," Focus , 

Winter, 1968, published by the Alumni Association and the : School of 
General Studies, Columbia University 

Widmer, Kingsley, "California: Why. the Colleges Blew Up," Nation , ,. 
Feb. 24, 1969. A superb analysis of the crisis in the California 
State College system, with special relevance to "the faculty and 
student strike at San Francisco State College this winter (1968-1969) 


Windmiller, Marshall, "Trouble at San Francisco State: An Exchange," 
The New York Review of Books , April 11, 1968. Mr. Windmiller is 
critical of student actions on that campus. His article is an- 
swered by John Gerassi, who was also a professor at San Francisco 
State College. Mr. Gerassi's reply begins in the same issue. 

Witten, E., "The New Left: Rhetoric of Ambivalence ,* Nation, Dec .16, 1968 

Wolfe, Robert, "Intellectuals and Social Change," Studies on the 
Left, Autumn, 196 2 ~ 

Wolin, Sheldon S. and John H. Schaar, "A Special Supplement: 
Berkeley and the Fate of the Multiversity," New York Review of 
Books , March 11, 1965. A beautiful article in defense of Berkeley FSM. 

, "On Berkeley and the Multiversity, " New York Review of Books , 

April 8, 1965. * ■-■- ' " " * ~ ' 

, "Berkeley and the University Revolution," New York Review 

of Books , Feb. 9, 1967 

Woodley, Richard, "It Will Be a Hot Summer in Mississippi," Reporter , 
May 21, 1964. A discussion of the Mississippi Summer Project 
organized by the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee. 

Woodring, P. "View from the Campus: Latitude of Protest," Saturday 
Review , Aug. 17, 1968 

Wright, Alfred, "To the Big Game and to the Barricades," Sports 
Illustrated , Jan. 3, 1966 

Wriston, Henry M. , "Publish or Perish," Saturday Review , July 12,1965 

Wycoff, Theodore, "Required ROTC," Journal of Higher Education , 
March, 1965 

Yost, Carson, "Crisis at Columbia: The University Setting," Focus , 
Winter, 1968, published by the Alumni Association and the School 
of General Studies, Columbia Univ. 

Zagarell, Michael, "World Student Strike Against War and Racism," 
Political Affairs , March, 1968 

Zinn, Howard, "The Battle-Scarred Youngsters," Nation , Oct. 5, 1963 

, "Registration in Alabama," New Republic , Oct. 26, 1963 

, "The Old Left & The New Emancipation from Dogma, " Nation , 




April 4, 196$ 

Zinn, Howard, "A New Direction for Negro Colleges/' Harper's , 
May, 1966 

, "The View from the New Left/ 1 VISTA , July-August, 1968, 

published by the United Nations 

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AAUP Bulletin , published by the American Association of University 
Professors, 1785 Massachusetts Ave., N. W. , Washington, D. C. 
20036. Sub,, $4 ♦5.0: per year - Monthly . 

American Dialog , 853 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 10003, Sub., $4.50 
per year - Bi-Monthly 

Change , a very recent journal of higher education, 59 East 54th St., 
New York, N. Y. 10022, Sub., $8.50 per year - Bi-Monthly 

Dimensions , theoretical organ of the W.E„B. Du Bois Clubs of 
America, 34 West 17th St., New York, N. Y. 10011, $2.00 per 
ye ar , Quar te r ly- . -, 

Educational Record^ published by ,the American Council on. Education 
1785 Massachusetts Ave . , N. W.', Washington, D. C. 20036, Quarterly 

Freedomways , a review of the black freedom movement, 799 Broadway, 
New York, N. Y. 10003, $3.50 per year, Quarterly 

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Insurgent , magazine of the W. E. B. Du Bois Clubs of . America,:. 34 W. 

17th St., New York, N. Y. 10011, $2.50 per year, Bi-Monthly 

Journal of Higher Education , Ohio State University, Co.lumbus, Ohio 
43210, $6.00 per year, Monthly -■ ;/';/■ _;..... 

Journal of Negro Education , Howard University, Washington, D. C.. ?T: -. 
20001, $5.00 year, Monthly 

Journal of Social Issues , published by the Society for the Psycho- 
logical Study :: ,of Social Issues, a Division of the American 


Psychological Association, P. 0. Box 1248, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 
$7.00 per year, Quarterly 

Leviathan , a new Political Review of the Movement, 2700 Broadway, 
New York, N. Y. 10025, $5.00 per year, Monthly 

Liberation , 5 Beekman St., New York, N. Y. 10038, $7.00 yearly, 

New South Student , published by the Southern Student Organizing 
Committee, P. 0. Box 6403, Nashville, Tenn. 37212, $4.00 per 
year, Monthly 

Radical America , Students for a Democratic Society Journal of US \f 
Radicalism, 1237 Spaight St., Madison, Wise. 53703, $3.00 per 
year, Bi-Monthly 

Ramparts , 495 Beach St., San Francisco, Cal., $15.00 per year, 


Southern Patriot , Southern Conference Educational Fund, 3210 W. 
Broadway, Louisville, Ky. 40211, $3.00 per year, Monthly 

Viet-Report , an Emergency News Bulletin on South East Asian Affairs, 
133 W. 72nd St., New York, N. Y. 10023, $4.00 per year, 9 issues 

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Black Panther , organ of the Black Panther Party, Box 2967, Custom , : 
House ,, r San Francisco,. Cal. 94126, $7.50 a year, Weekly 

Daily World , 205 W. 19th St., New York, N. Y. 10011, $15.00 per year ; 

Guardian , independent radical Newsweekly, 197 E. 4th St., New York, 
N. Y. 10009, $10.00: per year ($5.00 for students) 

Movement , The, 55 Colton St., San Francisco, Cal. 94603, $2.00 
per year, Monthly. , 

New Left Notes , organ of Students for a Democratic Society, 1608 j/^ 
W. Madison, Chicago, 111. 60612, $10 for non-members per year; 
$1.00 for SDS members per year, Weekly 

SNCC Newsletter , organ of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating 

Committee, 360 Nelson St., N. w. , Atlanta, Georgia 30313 

Peninsula Observer , put out by students around Stanford University, 
180 University Ave., Palo Alto, Cal. 9430i, $5,50 per year, Weekly 

People's World , 81 Clementina St., San Francisco, Cal., $7.00 
per year. Weekly 

"Underground Press Directory, " a complete listing of all underground 
papers in the US compiled in 1968. Send §1.00 to: Counterpoint, 
Box 396, Stevens Point, Wise. 54481 

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C. '6 R G A N I Z A'T I O N S f 

Black Panther Party, 3106 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, Cal. 94705 

Independent Socialist Club, P. O. Box 910, Berkeley, Cal. 94701 

Institutional Research Program for Higher Education, Educational 
Testing Service, Princeton, N. J. 08540 

National Student Association, 2115 S St., N. W. , Washington, D.C. 20008 

North American Congress on Latin America, Pc O. Box 57, Cathedral 
Park Station, New York, N. Y. 10025 

Radical Education Project, Box 625, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48107 

Radical Student Union, c/o Committee for Participant Education, 
Eshelman Hall, University of California, BerkereYV Cal. 94703 

v Students for a' { Democratic Society, 1608 W. Madison, Chicago, 111. 

Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, 100 Fifth Avenue , 
New York, N. Y. 10011 

W.E.B. Du Bois Clubs of America, 34 West 17th Street, New York, 
N. Y. 10011 

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News re el 

Box 302, Canal Street Station 

New York, No Y„ 10013 

- "The Columbia Revolt" - a documentary on the Columbia 

University uprising in April-May, 1968 

- "The Chicago Convention Challenge" - a documentary or" the 
student demonstrations in Chicago, in August, 1968 -during 
the Democratic Party Convention 

American Documentary Films 

379 Bay Street 

San Francisco, Cal. 94133 

- "Sons and Daughters" - a documentary of the Vietnam Day 
Committee demonstrations conducted by Berkeley students 
in October, 1965. 90 Minutes 

- "Huey" - film of the Birthday Party for Huey P. Newton 
held in April, 1968. Includes speeches by Carmichael, 
Cleaver, Forman and Seale. 30 Minutes 

- "Chicago, The Seasons Change" - the demonstrations and 
police riots during the 1968 Chicago Democratic Conven- 
tion. 45 Minutes 

(Many other films of interest are available, but are not 
directly relevant here. Catalogues may be obtained by 
writing to the above address.) 

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addendum to bibliography 

Aptheker, H. "The Negro College Student in the 1920' s: Years of 
Preparation and Protest/' Science & Society . Spring, 1969 

Boler,John P. /'Behind the Protests at Berkeley," Commonweal . Feb. 5,1965 

Bonham, George W.,"The Ivory Tower Crumbles, " Saturday Review . May 21,1966 

Brownfeld, Allan C, "The Student Rebels: Radical or Reactionary? ', " 
Christian Century , Oct. 9, 1968 

Chomsky, Noam, American Power and the New Mandarins . N. Y., 1969, 
Pantheon Press, 404 pp. 

Cohn-Bendit, Daniel and Gabriel, Obsolete Communism : The Left-wing 
Alternative , N. Y., McGraw-Hill, 1968, 255 pp. 

Davidson, Carl, The New Radicals in the Multiversity — An Analysis 
and Strategy for the Student Movement . Chicago. Students for a 
Democratic Society, May, 1968 (second printing, 1969) 37 pp. 

Ehrenreich, Barbara and John, Long March, Short Spring, The Student Up- 
rising at Home and Abroad . N.Y., Monthly Review Press, 1969, 189 pp. 

Pinberg, Howard, ed., San Francisco State College Crisis (Photos with 
text), San Francisco, Insight Publications, 1969, 51 pp. 

Kerr. Clark, "New Challenges to the College and University, " in Kermit 


Gordon, ed., Agenda fo r the Nation . Washington, 1968, Brookings Inst 

(pp. 235-75) 

Life^, "Confrontation in Harvard Yard," April 25, 1969 

Newsweek, "Universities Under the Gun:Militants at CorneLl , " May 5,1969 

North American Congress on Latin America, The University-Military 
Complex : A Directory and Related Documents , N. Y„ , 1969, 58 pp. 

Research Organizing Committee, Strike at Frisco State I The Story 
Behind It^ 330 Grove St., San Francisco, Cal. 94102, 1969, 38 pp. 

Rudd, Mark, Columbia . Chicago, Students for a Democratic Society 
1969, 14 pp. 

Taylor, Harold, Students Without Teachers : The Crisis at the Univer- 
sity . N. Y., McGraw-Hill, 1969 

Third World Liberation Front, Strike, 1969 . University of California, 
Berkeley, Cal., 5th Floor, Eshelman Hall, 1969, 20 pp. 

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