Reflections on the Academic Senate Resolution

O'Neil, Robert M.
March 1966
California Law Review;Mar1966, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p88
Academic Journal
Examines the principles underlying the resolution adopted by the Academic Senate at the University of California at Berkeley on December 8, 1964 to resolve the crisis on free speech and student political activities. Discussion of the preliminary assumptions and distinctions; Definition of the content of speech; Principle of on-campus advocacy of off-campus political action; Regulation of the time, place and manner of student activity.


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