At Berkeley in the sixties : the education of an activist, 1961-1965 / Jo Freeman.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Freeman, Jo.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©2004.
Series:Sixties--primary documents and personal narratives, 1960-1974.
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Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • The train to Berkeley
  • Cal
  • Politics and the university
  • SLATE
  • Exploring the political bazaar
  • The young democrats
  • Student
  • Protest
  • Summer vacation in Washington, D.C.
  • Crossing the line
  • The speaker ban
  • The SLATE supplement
  • Fair housing
  • Mexico and Central America
  • The house on Parker Street
  • The assassination of JFK
  • The Bay Area civil rights movement
  • On civil disobedience
  • The Sheraton-Palace
  • Auto row
  • Clogging the courts
  • On trial
  • Freedom summer
  • Summer session
  • Hitchhiking
  • The Democratic convention
  • New York City
  • First week of the Fall semester
  • Eviction!
  • Who done it?
  • Capturing the car
  • Strongwalled
  • The October 2nd pact
  • The FSM is born
  • Sparring
  • Energy
  • Escalation
  • The "right wing" revolt
  • The secret negotiations
  • Changes
  • Mutual misconceptions
  • The Heyman Committee Report
  • The regents meet
  • The abortive sit-in
  • Resurrection
  • The real sit-in
  • Strike!
  • Victory
  • Intermission
  • FUCK
  • The trial
  • On regents and rules
  • The state legislature
  • Graduation
  • The FBI files
  • Aftermath, afterword, and afterthoughts.