Protest Of 1968

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The revolution was ultimately a power struggle between the New Left and the old order; a battle between liberal students and Columbia’s archaic administration for a voice in society. In April 1968, Columbia University’s appearance was like that of any other college around the nation...
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The revolution was ultimately a power struggle between the New Left and the old order; a battle between liberal students and Columbia’s archaic administration for a voice in society. In April 1968, Columbia University’s appearance was like that of any other college around the nation...
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