TITLE

Campus Corner

AUTHOR(S)
Sheridan, Michael P.
PUB. DATE
January 1968
SOURCE
America;1/20/1968, Vol. 118 Issue 3, p84
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The author expresses his views on impact of the anti-Dow demonstrations on the life of students who signed in with Dow Chemical Co. The author cites how a young man who signed in does not know how it is to be surrounded by campus demonstrators. However, the author mentions that one thing that bothers the students is that their university does not take a definite stand on the war against Dow. The author believes that a university can act social critic to students for basic issues.
ACCESSION #
35935766

 

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