The Free Speech Movement : reflections on Berkeley in the 1960s / edited by Robert Cohen and Reginald E. Zelnik.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Cohen, Robert, 1955 May 21-, Zelnik, Reginald E.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Berkeley : University of California Press, c2002.
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Many meanings of the FSM: in lieu of an introduction /
  • Robert Cohen
  • Part I. Roots
  • Thirty years later: reflections on the FSM /
  • Mario Savio
  • From freedom now! to free speech: the FSM's roots in the bay area civil rights movement /
  • Jo Freeman
  • Holding one another: Mario Savio and the freedom struggle in Mississippi and Berkeley /
  • Waldo Martin
  • Part II. Experience: Fall 1964
  • Students
  • War is declared! /
  • Jackie Goldberg
  • My life in the FSM: memories of a freshman /
  • Margot Adler
  • Gender politics and the FSM: a meditation on women and freedom of speech /
  • Bettina Aptheker
  • Recollections of the FSM /
  • Martin Roysher
  • View from the South: the idea of a state university /
  • Henry Mayer
  • Endgame: how the Berkeley grads organized to win /
  • Steve Weissman
  • View from the margins /
  • David A. Hollinger
  • Dressing for the revolution /
  • Kate Coleman
  • "Rossman report": a memoir of making history /
  • Michael Rossman
  • FSM and the vision of a new left /
  • Jeff Lustig
  • This was their fight and they had to fight it: the FMS's nonradical rank and file /
  • Robert Cohen
  • Faculty and clergy
  • On the side of the angels: the Berkeley faculty and the FSM /
  • Reginald E. Zelnik
  • From the big apple to Berkeley: perspectives of a junior faculty member /
  • Lawrence W. Levine
  • When the FSM disturbed the faculty peace /
  • Leon Wofsy
  • Berkeley Free Speech Movement and the campus ministry /
  • Keith Chamberlain
  • Administration
  • Fall of 1964 at Berkeley: confrontation yields to reconciliation /
  • Clark Kerr
  • Part III. Legal and constitutional issues
  • Constitutionally interpreting the FSM controversy /
  • Robert Post
  • December 1964: some reflections and recollections /
  • Robert H. Cole
  • FSM: a movement lawyer's perspective /
  • Malcolm Burnstein
  • Part IV. Aftermath
  • Mario Savio and Berkeley's "Little Free Speech Movement of 1966" /
  • Robert Cohen
  • Limits of freedom: student activists and educational reform at Berkeley in the 1960s /
  • Julie A. Reuben
  • FSM, Berkeley politics, and Ronald Reagan /
  • W.J. Rorabaugh
  • Mario Savio's second act: the 1990s /
  • Jonah Raskin
  • Part V. Thoughts about Mario Savio
  • Mario Savio and the politics of authenticity /
  • Doug Rossinow
  • Remembering Mario /
  • Lynne Hollander Savio
  • Mario, personal and political /
  • Suzanne Goldberg
  • Elegy for Mario Savio /
  • Wendy Lesser
  • On Mario Savio /
  • Greil Marcus
  • Mario Savio: avatar of free speech /
  • Reginald E. Zelnik.