From Megaphones to Muzzles

November 25, 2015

By Susan Mulligan at US News

It was students in California who birthed a new era on college campuses, one in which collegians would demand to be included, to be treated like adults and to have a very public say on such hotbed issues as civil rights and the Vietnam War. The Berkeley Free Speech Movement of 1964 became a defining moment in a nationwide trend, with students insisting they would not be silenced on some of the most controversial issues of the day...

Schools: Claremont McKenna College University of Washington Yale University University of California, Berkeley