The Free Speech Movement: Reflections on Berkeley in the 1960s

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The Free Speech
Movement

Reflections on Berkeley in the 1960s

EDITED BY
Robert Cohen and Reginald E. Zelnik

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • In Memory of Mario Savio (1942–1996) *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Permissions and Credits xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Note xviii
  • List of Abbreviations xix
  • The Many Meanings of the Fsm - In Lieu of an Introduction 1
  • Notes *
  • Part One - Roots 55
  • Thirty Years Later - Reflections on the Fsm 57
  • From Freedom Now! to Free Speech - The Fsm's Roots in the Bay Area Civil Rights Movement 73
  • Holding One Another - Mario Savio and the Freedom Struggle in Mississippi and Berkeley 83
  • Notes *
  • Part Two - Fall 1964 103
  • War is Declared! 105
  • My Life in the Fsm - Memories of a Freshman 111
  • Notes *
  • Gender Politics and the Fsm - A Meditation on Women and Freedom of Speech 129
  • Notes *
  • Recollections of the Free Speech Movement 140
  • Notes *
  • A View from the South - The Idea of a State University 157
  • Notes 168
  • Endgame - How the Berkeley Grads Organized to Win 170
  • A View from the Margins 178
  • Dressing for the Revolution 185
  • The “rossman Report” - A Memoir of Making History 189
  • Notes *
  • The Fsm and the Vision of a New Left 215
  • Notes *
  • This Was Their Fight and They Had to Fight It - The Fsm's Nonradical Rank and File 227
  • Notes *
  • On the Side of the Angels - The Berkeley Faculty and the Fsm 264
  • Notes *
  • From the Big Apple to Berkeley - Perspectives of a Junior Faculty Member 339
  • When the Fsm Disturbed the Faculty Peace 345
  • Notes *
  • The Berkeley Free Speech Movement and the Campus Ministry 357
  • Fall of 1964 at Berkeley - Confrontation Yields to Reconciliation 362
  • Notes *
  • Part Three - Legal and Constitutional Issues 399
  • Constitutionally Interpreting the Fsm Controversy 401
  • Notes *
  • 12/1/1964 422
  • Notes 432
  • The Fsm - A Movement Lawyer's Perspective 433
  • Notes *
  • Part Four - Aftermath 447
  • Mario Savio and Berkeley's “little Free Speech Movement” of 1966 449
  • Notes *
  • The Limits of Freedom - Student Activists and Educational Reform at Berkeley in the 1960s 485
  • Notes *
  • The Fsm, Berkeley Politics, and Ronald Reagan 511
  • Notes *
  • Mario Savio's Second Act - The 1990s 519
  • Notes 529
  • Part Five - Thoughts About Mario Savio 531
  • Mario Savio and the Politics of Authenticity 533
  • Notes *
  • Remembering Mario 552
  • Mario, Personal and Political 557
  • Elegy for Mario Savio 563
  • On Mario Savio 566
  • Mario Savio - Avatar of Free Speech 569
  • Selected Bibliography 571
  • List of Contributors 575
  • Index 581
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