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Volume 84 - Number 2 - June 1969

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Columbia 1968: The Wound Unhealed
Louis Lusky, Mary H. Lusky

pp. 169-288

Student Rebellion: Vision of the Future or Echo from the Past?
Raymond Aron

pp. 289-310

Right Face, Left Face: The Columbia Strike
Samuel P. Hays

pp. 311-327

A University Besieged: Nanterre, 1967-69
François Crouzet

pp. 328-350

University, Heal Thyself
Theodore Newcomb

pp. 351-366

Students on the Barricades: Germany and Austria, 1848
Priscilla Robertson

pp. 367-379

Language and Politics: An Afterword
Sigmund Diamond

pp. 380-385

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