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The San Francisco State College Strike Collection

Articles in Journals, Magazines, and Other Periodicals

"The administrator's role in confrontation," I/D/E/A Reporter, (Spring Quarter, 1969), 9.

"AFT professors battle Reagan: strike cripples San Francisco State," American Teacher, 53 (February, 1969), 3+. "Agony at State," Newsweek, 71 (January 22, 1969), 59.

Alpert, Bernard, "Inside San Francisco State," San Francisco Business, 5 (March 1, 1969), 18-23.

Anderson, Barbara, "Ordeal at San Francisco State College," Library Journal, 95 (April 1, 1970), 1275-1280.

Anton, Anatole, "Academics as professionals: or where do we go from here?" et al, 2 (Fall, 1969), 14-18.

Anton, Anatole, "Sheepskin," Leviathan, 1 (March, 1970).

Armistice at S.F. State," Time, 93 (March 28, 1969), 42.

Austin, C.G., "Disruption and immaturity," Journal of Higher Education, 41 (October, 1970), 562-565.

"Black administrator quits," Facts on File, 29 (June 27, 1969), 588 B2.

"Black leaders speak out on black education," Today's Education, 58 (October, 1969), 25-32.

"Bomb for Timothy," Newsweek, 73 (March 17, 1969), 39.

"Bonus for Bushido," Time, 93 (May 23, 1969), 25.

Boyle, Kay, "The long walk at San Francisco State," Evergreen Review, 14 (March, 1970), 21-23+.

"Brandeis student occupation," Facts on File, 29 (January 8-January 18, 1969), 106 D3.

Brann, James W. "Newspaper editor beaten after stories on Black Students Union," Chronicle of Higher Education, 2 (November 22, 1967), 5.

Brudnoy, D., "Hayakawa at Northeastern," National Review, 22 (February 24, 1970), 202.

Buckley, William F. , "Making it with the BSU: San Francisco State College," National Review, 21 (June 17, 1969), 610.

Bunzel, John H. , "Answer from a presidential candidate," Educational Record, 52 (Winter, 1971), 12-16.

Bunzel, John H. , "Black studies at San Francisco State," The Public Interest, 13 (Fall, 1968), 22-38.

Bunzel, John H., "Black studies at San Francisco State," in Bell, Daniel, ed., Confrontation: the student rebellion and the universities. New York: Basic Books, 1969, 22-44.

Bunzel, John H. , "Costs of the politicized college," Educational Record, SO (Spring, 1969), 131-137.

Bunzel, John H., "The faculty strike at San Francisco State College," American Association of University Professors Bulletin, 57 (September, 1971), 341-351.

Bunzel, John H., "Six new threats to the academy," Chronicle of Higher Education, 8 (January 14, 1974), 24.

Bunzel, John H., "Student participation: no," The Humanist, 30 (September/ October, 1970), 32.

Bunzel, John H., "'War of the flea' at San Francisco State," New York Times Magazine, November 9, 1969, 28-29, 133-140. Reply with rejoinder by B. Friedman, December 7, 1969. p. 44+.

Bunzel, John H., "'War of the flea' at San Francisco State," in Hook, Sidney, In defense of academic freedom. New York: Pegasus, 1971, 207-219.

"CFT defense cases challenge Hayakawa, state board, UC regents, and local districts," California AFT Teacher, 24 (January, 1973), 1+.

Cahn, Meyer M., "The 1968-1969 San Francisco State College crisis: a minority report," Phi Delta Kappan, 51 (September, 1969), 21-25.

Campbell, Teresa, and Sue Parsell, "Campus in turmoil," Nursing Outlook, 17 (June, 1969), 78-81.

"Campus unrest may increase insurance rates," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (August 11, 1969), 4.

"Campus unrest panel gets a new deadline, hold first hearings," Higher Education and National Affairs, 19 (July 17, 1970), 6-7.

"Can tough policy keep a school open?" U.S. News and World Report, 65 (December 16, 1968), 8+.

Carter, Thomas B., "Big man on campus: Hayakawa gains stature at college, but the unrest persists: police seek to keep order at San Francisco State," Wall Street Journal, 173 (March S. 1969), 1+.

Carter, Thomas B., "Can colleges survive a militant attack?" Wall Street Journal, 172 (November 27, 1968), 18.

Carter, Thomas B., "Showdown campus: San Francisco State wonders if education can go on amid strife; class effectiveness wanes in student-teacher strike," Wall Street Journal, 173 (February 13, 1969), 1+.

Cavan, Sherri, "Class status and the academic dilemma," Sociology of Education, 43 (Spring, 1970), 175-185.

"Chaos on the campus: student suspension," New Republic, 158 (January 6, 1968), 14-15.

"Civil war ahead?" Congressional Record, 115 (May 15, 1969), E4026-E4027.

"College presidents warn: don't let protests catch you unprepared," School Management, 11 (June, 1969), 59-63.

"Conciliation--and cops," Newsweek, 74 (September 22, 1969), 60-68.

"Containment and counterattack," National Review, 21 (March 11, 1969), 215-216.

Coyne, J.R., 'Cracks in the coalition," National Review, 21 (February 25, 1969), 166-167.

Coyne, J.R., "Siege of San Francisco State," National Review, 21 (January 28, 1969), 67-68.

"Crisis chronology at San Francisco State," American Teacher, 53 (January, 1969), 3-C.

Crowl, John A., "Reactions to disorders gains in intensity," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (March 10, 1969), 1+.

Cummins, T.J., "Chaos on the campus; student suspension; reply with rejoinder by J.L. Werthimer," New Republic, 158 (February 3, 1968), 38-39.

Curtin, George, "Strike at San Francisco State," American Association of University Professors Bulletin, 58 (1972), 105.

Davis, Donna G., "Security problems in college and university libraries: student violence," College and Research Libraries, 32 (January, 1971), 15-22.

Dell, George W., "Police are not the solution," American Teacher, 53 (May, 1969) C-2. Didion, J., "Revolution game," Saturday Evening Post, 242 (January 25, 1969),20.

"Disruptions continue," Facts on File, 29 (January 6-January 8, 1969), 7 F2.

"Duerr, Edwin C., "Police on campus: crisis at San Francisco State College," Educational Record, 50 (Spring, 1969), 126-130.

Dumke, Glenn S., "Campus violence, crackdown coming; interview," U.S. News And World Report, 65 (September 23, 1968), 48-53.

Dumke, Glenn S., "Controversy on the campus," Vital Speeches, 35 (March 15, 1969), 332-335.

Dunbar, Ernest, "Vanguard of the campus revolt," Look, 32 (October 1, 1968), 23-29.

"Educators given recipe for anarchy," Education USA, (February 10, 1969), 129.

"18 campuses hit by protests in early March," Chronicle of Higher Education, 4 (March 16, 1970), 3.

"Engulfed by black anger," Time, 93 (January 17, 1969), 46.

"Escalating troubles," Newsweek, 72 (December 16, 1968), 62.

Esch, Marvin L., "Government, institutional autonomy and academic freedom," Liberal Education, 56 (March, 1970), 51-56.

"Five striking San Francisco professors take AFT story across the country," American Teacher, 53 (February, 1969), C-1.

Francois, Terry A. , "A black man looks at black racism," Reader's Digest, 95 (September, 1969), 209-214.

Freedman, M.B., "San Francisco State: urban campus prototype," in Current issues in higher education, proceedings of the 24th annual National Conference on Higher Education. Washington, D.C.: Association for Higher Education, 1969, pp. 82-90.

Freedman, M.B., "Urban campus prototype," Nation, 208 (January 13, 1969), 38-42.

Freedman, M.B., "Urban campus prototype," in Rose, Thomas, ed., Violence in America. New York: Random House, 1969, 269-278.

"Freedom vs. anarchy on campus; warning from Governor Reagan," U.S. News and World Report, 65 (December 30, 1968), 47-49.

"From Mississippi to classes on napalm," Newsweek, 73 (February 10, 1969), 55-57.

"Gangsters cash in on student revolt; interview S.I. Hayakawa," U.S. News and World Report, 66 (February 24, 1969), 38-41.

Garrity, Donald L., "Response to student demands for relevance," in Stress and campus response: current issues in higher education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1968, 214-219.

Gilmore, Lance, "California state trustee edicts stir strike vote," Chronicle of Higher Education, 2 (December 21, 1967), 6.

"Goal of San Francisco strikers: a task force view," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (June 16, 1969), 6.

Goldman, Ralph M., "Confrontation at S.F. State," Dissent, 16 (March-April, 1969), 167-179.

Greenagel, John, "Revolt on the campus," San Francisco Business, 4 (January 1, 1969), 8-12.

"Guerrillas on campus; move from protest to resistance," Newsweek, 70 (December 18, 1967), 68+.

Haan, Norma, "Moral reasoning of young adults: political -social behavior, family background, and personality correlates," Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 10 (November, 1968), 183-201.

Halperin, Irving, "Books and bodies at San Francisco State College," Massachusetts Review, 11 (Spring, 1970), 367-372.

Halperin, Irving, "Do you know what's happening?" English Journal, 59 (October, 1969), 1049-1052.

Halperin, Irving, "On trial: students or community?" Congress Bi-Weekly, 36 (November 7, 1969), 14-16.

Halperin, Irving, "San Francisco State College diary," Educational Record, 50 (Spring, 1969), 121-125.

Halperin, Irving, "Under pressure at S.F. State," College English, 30 (May, 1969), 633-637.

Hare, Nathan, "The legacy of paternalism," Saturday Review, 51 (July 20, 1968), 44-45+.

Hare, Nathan, "Questions and answers about black studies," Massachusetts Review, 10 (Autumn, 1969), 727-736.

Hare, Nathan, "The teaching of black history and culture in the secondary schools," Social Education, 33 (April, 1969), 385-388.

Hare, Nathan, "Two black radicals report on their campus struggles," Rampart Magazine, 8 (July, 1969), 54-59.

Hare, Nathan, "What should be the Role of Afro-American education in the undergraduate curriculum?" Liberal Education, 55 (March, 1969), 42-50.

"Hare yields post," Facts on File, 29 (August 26, 1969), 588 E2.

Hascall, Edward 0., "Campus unrest: worldwide challenge for student affairs," Personnel and Guidance Journal, 48 (April, 1970), 619-628.

Hayakawa, S.I., "Alienation is being taught by professors," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (June 16, 1969), 6.

Hayakawa, S.I., "Americans from Asia: the East came to the West," Scholastic Teacher, 94 (April 25, 1969), 17

Hayakawa, Samuel Ichiye, "Biography," in Britannica Book of the Year, (1970), 150.

Hayakawa, S.I., "The bored student is social dynamite," Wall Street Journal, (August 3, 1970), 8.

Hayakawa, S. I. , "College presidents and students: interview," Mademoiselle, 73 (August, 1971), 244+.

Hayakawa, S. I., "Communications breakthrough of 1968," Marketing/Communications, 297 (January, 1969), 34.

Hayakawa, S. I., "Hayakawa speaks out," Marquette University Education Review, 1 (February, 1970), 10-13.

Hayakawa, S. I., "Image and reality," National Association of Secondary School Principals Bulletin, 53 (May, 1969), 35-48.

Hayakawa, S. I., "Newsmakers," Newsweek, 80 (October 23, 1972), 67.

Hayakawa, S . I. , "On the other hand," Saturday Evening Post, 244 (Spring, 1972), 48-49+.

Hayakawa, S .I., "One man's view," Business Today, 5 (Summer, 1970), 40-42.

Hayakawa, S. I., "People," Time, 101 (May 28, 1973), 55.

Hayakawa, S. I., "Protest, pigs, and power politics," Liberal Education, 56 (March, 1970), 17-21.

Hayakawa, S. I., "Quartet of brash challenges for the seventies," Saturday Evening Post, 243 (Summer, 1971), 8-9+.

Hayakawa, S. I., "Real root of student disorder?" Reader's Digest, 97 (November, 1970), 167-168.

Hayakawa, S .I., "Reassessment of our educational objectives," SAM Advanced Management Journal, 34 (October, 1969), 5-13.

Hayakawa, S I., "Statement: order on campuses," Congressional Record, 115 (February 3, 1969), E692-E694.

"Hayakawa named head," Facts on File, 29 (July 9, 1969), 588 G1.

"Hayakawa on disorders: excerpt from testimony," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (February 10, 1969), 4.

"Hayakawa on stage," New Republic, 160 (February 15, 1969), 9.

"Hayakawa on the Harvard disorders," Congressional Record, 115 (April 18, 1969), S3826-S3827.

"Hayakawa scores Harvard faculty," Facts on File, 29 (April 18, 1974), 317 B1.

"Hayakawa steps down at San Francisco," Chronicle of Higher Education, 7 (October 24, 1972), 1.

"Hayakawa testifies in Washington but dodges confrontation with AFT," American Teacher, 53 (February, 1969), 3.

"Hayakawa testifies on unrest," Facts on File, 29 (February 3, 1969) 124 C2.

"Hayakawa: yesterday and today," Voice of the Faculties, 5 (January-February, 1969), 4.

"Hayakawa's appointment draws fire at S.F. State," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (August 11, 1969), 4.

Henderson, A.D., "San Francisco State College: a tale of mismanagement and disruption," in Riesman, David, ed., Academic transformation; seventeen institutions under pressure. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1973, 51-69.

"Hitting where it hurts," Congressional Record, 115 (February 19, 1969), E1145.

Hook, Sidney, "Strike at San Francisco State," American Association of University Professors Bulletin, 58 (1972), 105.

"How to deal with student dissent," Newsweek, 73 (March 10, 1969), 66-71.

Hyde, Stuart, "College in crisis: the legacy of poor communications," Educational/ Instructional Broadcasting, 2 (June, 1969), 20-25.

Illick, Joseph E. , "Ritual action in student revolt," Antioch Review, 28 (Summer, 1969).

"In behalf of the real student," Congressional Record, 115 (March 24, 1969), S3104-S3105.

"In the California colleges: S.F. professors return with gains," American Teacher, 57 (March, 1969), 3.

"Injunction against 1969 college faculty strike affirmed," Negotiation Research Digest, 4 (May, 1971), 3.

Jacobson, Robert L., "House committee opens hearings on impact of student protests," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (February 10, 1969),

Jacobson, Robert L., "U.S. stiffening stand on aid to disrupters," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (March 24, 1969), 1+.

Kelly, Erwin, "San Francisco State College: the flowers still bloom" Voice of the Faculties, 6 (September, 1969).

Keniston, Kenneth, "Student activism, moral development and morality," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, (1970).

Keen, Ross Y., "The education of Ronald Reagan," Voice of the Faculties, 6 (December, 1969), 12-16.

Keen, Ross Y., "State colleges in ferment: San Francisco," Voice of the Faculties, 5 (January-February, 1969), 1+.

Kopkind, A., "America's student class war," New Statesman, 77 (January 24, 1969), 104.

Langguth, A.J., "San Francisco State," Harper's Magazine, 239 (September, 1969), 99-120.

"Liberating the campus from liberators," Life, 66 (February 28, 1969), 26B.

Link, Geoffrey, "S.F. State College: pure chaos or social reform?" San Francisco, 10 (September, 1968), 24-27, 45-46.

Litwak, Leo, and John H. Bunzel, "Why San Francisco State blew up," Look, 33 (May 27, 1969), 62+.

McClatchy, Leo, "Trustees' action on Murray; President Smith declines to comply with 'request' to reassign teacher," Voice of the Faculties, 5 (November, 1968), 5+.

McEvoy, James and Abraham Miller, "'On strike - shut it down;' the crisis at San Francisco State College," Trans-Action, 6 (March, 1969), 18-23+.

"Man in the middle," Newsweek, 72 (December 9, 1968), 90.

Mattson, Robert, "Defeated '68-'69 strike; Hayakawa quits S.F. State," Young Socialist, 16 (February, 1973), 6.

Marine, G. and R. Erlich, "School's out," Ramparts Magazine, 7 (December 14, 1968), 19-25.

Mauk, M., "Black studies; San Francisco State courses," New Republic, 160 (March 15, 1969), 12-13.

Meister, Dick, "AFT strike at SFSC--who won?" Voice of the Faculties, 5 (April, 1969), 10+.

Moellering, R.L., "Impasse on California's academic scene," Christian Century, 86 (February 26, 1968), 294-298.

Moskowitz, Ron, "Grading scandal hits S.F. State; accreditation threatened," Chronicle of Higher Education, 4 (November 3, 1969), 8.

"New demonstrations hit U.S. and Canadian campuses; several states weigh measures to control disruptions," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (February 24, 1969), 1+.

Nicolaus, Martin, "S.F. State history takes a leap," New Left Review, #54 (March-April, 1969), 17-31.

"'Nothing administrators can do is right;' an interview with Michael Klonsky," I/D/E/A Reporter, (Spring Quarter, 1969), 6-8.

Pedersen, Jerry, "Campus ministry and student dissent," Lutheran Quarterly, 20 (August, 1969), 221-227.

Pedersen, Jerry, "Campus unrest: a hopeful sign," Event, 9 (September, 1969), 14-19.

Pentony, DeVere, "The case for black studies," Atlantic, 223 (April, 1969), 81-89.

"Permanence for Hayakawa," Time, 94 (July 18, 1969), 53.

Peterson, Richard, "Reform in higher education--demands of the left and right," Liberal Education, 55 (March, 1969), 60-77.

"The playboy panel: student revolt," Playboy 1

16 (September, 1969), 89-116+.

Plosser, Bill, "Capitol comment: the law-and-order-syndrome," American Teacher, 53 (March, 1969), C-2.

Plowman, E.E., "Campus ministry goads strikers," Christianity Today, 13 (January 17, 1969), 44.

Pocher, Helen Hinze, "Notes on student protest," Studium, 2 (Fall, 1969).

"President, anyone?" Newsweek, 72 (December 2, 1968), 65.

"Presstime report on Murray; suspended as faculty, student," Voice of the Faculties, 5 (November, 1968), 4+.

"Reds grow bolder on campuses," Congressional Record, 115 (March 24, 1969), E2297-E2301.

Rosenfeld, L.B., "Confrontation policies of S. I. Hayakawa; a case study in coercive semantics," Today's Speech, 18 (Spring, 1970), 18-22.

Rothbart, G.S., "Legitimation of inequality: objective scholarship vs. black militance," Sociology of Education, 43 (Spring, 1970), 159-174.

"Ruckus on the campus; a summary of a symposium by the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions," Minnesota Journal of Education, 50 (September, 1969), 24-25.

Sammon, P.J., "Hayakawa folk hero or enigma?" America, 120 (July 5, 1969), 10-12.

Sammon, P.J., "No passing grade for Hayakawa," Commonweal, 90 (June 27, 1969), 405-406.

"S. F. State crisis - strike threat," American Teacher, 52 (January, 1968), 1-C+.

"SF State negotiates strike demands with trustees," American Teacher, 53 (January, 1969), 1-C+.

"SF State, UC students resist political control of schools," American Teacher, 53 (December, 1968), I-C+.

"San Francisco State convictions overturned," Chronicle of Higher Education, 7 (July 2, 1973), 5.

"San Francisco teachers end long walk out," Chronicle of Higher Education 3 (March 10, 1969), 5.

"San Francisco's state," Economist, 229 (December 28, 1968), 23-24.

Scully, Malcolm B. , "Negro students push demands; reaction grows," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (January 27, 1969), 1+.

Scully, Malcolm G., "Violence subsiding, administrators feel," Chronicle of Higher Education, 4 (January 19, 1970), 1+.

Selk, M., "Styles of handling student demonstrations," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 25 (June, 1969), 36-38.

"Semantics in San Francisco; new president," Time, 92 (December 6, 1968), 83.

Semas, Philip W. , "Colleges punish large numbers of disrupters," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (August 11, 1969), 1+.

Semas, Philip W. , "One year after the strike, 'burned-out' mood afflicts San Francisco State," Chronicle of Higher Education, 4 (January 26, 1970), 1-3.

Semas, Philip W. , "Rights battles upset 6 coast campuses," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (November 25, 1968), 1+.

Semas, Philip W. , "San Francisco closes early in face of continuing strife," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (December 23, 1968), 3.

Semas, Philip W. , "San Francisco State; 'mirror of the turmoil dividing America, Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (June 16, 1968), 5, 7.

Semas, Philip W., "Student strike enters a lull in California," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (March 24, 1969), 4.

Semas, Philip W., "Violence commission starts probe at San Francisco," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (January 13, 1969), 3.

Semas, Philip W., "Violence plagues S.F. State; race issues flare elsewhere," Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 (December 9, 1969), 1+.

"Settlement at S.F. State," Newsweek, 73 (March 31, 1969), 28.

Shorris, E., "Dr. Hayakawa in thought and action," Ramparts Magazine, 8 (November, 1969), 38-42.

Shover, John L., "Preparation for Dow Day," Nation, 205 (December 18, 1967), 648-651.

"Showdown at San Francisco State," U.S. News and World Report, 63 (December 9, 1968), 56.

"Shutdown at S.F. State; Black Students Union members riot," Time, 92 (November 22, 1968), 55.

"Sign contract at S.F. State," American Teacher, 54 (March, 1970), 9.

Sklarewitz, Norman, "Mass justice: San Francisco finds trial by group quick but troublesome," Wall Street Journal, 174 (July 17, 1969), 12.

Smart, Gary H., "The city: crisis at State," San Francisco Business, 4 (January 1, 1969), 56.

Smith, Robert R., "Emerging political patterns in California higher education," Educational Leadership, 27 (October, 1969), 19-26.

Smith Robert R., "San Francisco State experience," in Current issues in higher education, proceedings of the 24th annual National Conference on Higher Education. Washington, D.C.: Association for Higher Education, 1969. pp. 91-99.

Smith, Robert R., "Travail of a college president; interview with R.R.

Smith," California Teachers Association Journal, 65 (March, 1969), 11-15.

Solomon, Eric, "For sale: one college," Atlantic, 219 (May, 1967), 111-112.

"Somber warning," Time, 94 (July 4, 1969), 52.

"Special feature on campus unrest," Today's Education, 58 (November, 1969), 25-33.

"Strikes continue at San Francisco State," American Teacher, 53 (February, 1969), C-1.

"A student leader speaks out," Congressional Record, 115 (March 24, 1969), E2285

"Student unrest," Facts on File, 28 (December 26-31, 1968), 579-580.

"Student unrest in a legal perspective: focus on San Francisco State College, University of San Francisco Law Review, 4 (April, 1970), 255.

"Students on the rampage, all around the world," U.S. News and World Report, 66 (February 3, 1969), 8.

"Support builds for S.F. State faculty: California colleges heading toward strike," American Teacher, 53 (January, 1969), 3+.

Swanston, D., "How to wreck a campus," Nation, 206 (January 8, 1968), 38-41.

"Therapy for rioters," Times Educational Supplement, 2795 (December 13, 1968), 1324.

"This is liberalism?" Congressional Record, 115 (February 27, 1969), H1308-H1309.

Thompson, R.P., and J. Salter, "Two engineers view S.F. State," I.E.E.E Student Journal, 7 (September, 1969), 18-26.

Trombley, William, "President Summerskill resigns position," Voice of the Faculties, 4 (March, 1968), 5+.

Trombley, William, "Toward an educated proletariat: California's State Colleges," Change, 3 (November, 1971), 40-43+.

"Trouble at San Francisco State: an exchange," New York Review of Books, 10 (April 11, 1968), 38-45.

"Turn from campus violence: the reasons," U.S. News and World Report, 71 (October 25, 1971), 40-43.

"Unmaking of a president; with report by J. Fincher," Life, 64 (March 29, 1968), 41-42+.

"Unrest continues," Facts on File, 29 (January 11-February 16, 1969), 104 C3.

Unruh, Jesse H., "New management for California higher education," Compact, (June, 1969), 4-8.

"Unsteady State," Newsweek, 73 (January 20, 1969), 59.

Ury, Claude M., "Dealing with student activists," California Teachers Association Journal, 66 (January, 1970), 36+.

"US violence committee reports," Facts on File, 29 (June 24, 1969), 407 E3.

Wedworth, James Q., "A Senator reports on San Francisco State," Voice of the Faculties, 5 (March, 1969), 5+.

"What black studies mean to a black scholar; C & UB interview Nathan Hare," College and University Business, 48 (May, 1970), 56-60.

"When student power gets out of hand--," U.S. News and World Report, 64 (April, 1968), 70-72.

"Where disorders closed a campus," U.S. News and World Report, 65 (November 25, 1968), 12.

Widmer, Kingsley, "Why the colleges blew up: California state colleges system," Nation, 208 (February 24, 1969), 237-241.

"Will toughness halt student uprising?" U.S. News and World Report, 64 (June 3, 1968), 8.

Wilner, H., "Overheated campuses of the Bay Area," Holiday, 47 (March 1970), 72-73+.

Windmiller, Marshall, "Scholars and soldiers ... crisis of values," Nation, 205 (December 18, 1967), 651-654.

Woodring, P., "Struggle for black identity," Saturday Review, 52 (January 18, 1969), 62.

Woodring, Paul, "A view from the campus," Saturday Review. Education in America supplement, (January 18, 1969), 62.

"Word power in action," Time, 92 (December 13, 1968), 52.

Young, Leo V., "Response to Erwin Kelly," Voice of the Faculties, 6 (January-February, 1970), 14-15.

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