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Student Protest in the U S

Nathan Glazer The student movements which have erupted in the 1960's are a new phenomenon in American campus life. Though nowhere in America have they had the political significance which student movements in countries of Latin America, in Japan, or in India have had, they signal a major change in the attitudes and norms of the American student, and have a great import for American society.

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