Trillin, Calvin
March 1965
New Yorker;3/13/1965, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p52
The article discusses the free speech movement controversy involving the students and administration of the University of California, Berkeley, California. The controversy took on political hues and led to the arrest of eight hundred students. The appointment of Martin Meyerson, a social scientist, as acting chancellor was seen by all as a positive outcome and he has gained the confidence of students and faculty members.


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