Political Analyses and
Raya Dunayevskaya, "[The] Free Speech
Movement and the Community of Scholars"
A Marxist analysis, from the perspective of the News
& Letters< faction led by the author, probing the theoretics of
Fact-Finding Committee of Graduate
Political Scientists, "The Berkeley Free Speech
An extended analysis, mainly of student and faculty issues and dynamics, by an
independent group of graduates. (1964; 39 pp/109K)"
Nathan Glazer, "What Happened at
Berkeley"; Philip Selznik, "Reply to Glazer"; Glazer, "Reply to
A long narrative analysis by a disillusioned Liberal deeply involved in the conflict,
critical of all sides. Debate with a progressive Liberal colleague follows, on key issues.
(1964-65; 63 pp./106K)
Nathan Glazer, "FSM: Freedom
Fighters or Misguided Rebels?"
An offended Liberal's analysis of the illegitimacy of the FSM's tactics. (1965, 12
Paul Goodman, "Berkeley in February"
An Anarchist scholar and social philosopher considers the textures and dynamics of
educational community, in and after the FSM. (1965; 15 pp./37K)
Paul Goodman, "Thoughts on
Berkeley"; Nathan Glazer, "Reply to Goodman"; Goodman, "Reply to
T. Walter Herbert, "Oh, Freedom!"
and "Beyond the Crisis"
Bob Kaufman and Michael Folsom, "FSM: An Interpretive Essay"
Progressive Labor Party leaflet
John R. Seeley, "Quo Warrento: The Berkeley Issue"
A distinguished, humanistic liberal explores the
central moral issue of the conflict. (12 pp./20K)
Tocsin : [complete FSM coverage,
"The West's Leading Anti-Communist
Weekly" interprets the connections of alleged and actual Communists with the FSM.
(1964-65; 36 pp./117K)
Calvin Trillin, "Letter from Berkeley"
An intelligent liberal's perspective, respectful
and critical of all sides, by an outsider visiting in Spring, sketching the textures of
student activism. (1965; 20 pp./77K)
Jack Weinberg, "The
Free Speech Movement and Civil Rights"
Geoffrey White, "The Student Revolt at Berkeley"
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