It Taught Boycotts. Now It Faces One

In the sun-baked hills of Berkeley, you know you're part of the Establishment when you're protesting it. The spirit of speaking out and sitting in is as sacred as the bygone football heroes whose statues grace the University of California campus. Where else could you find the urgent demand WALK OUT ON THE WAR appearing in large chalk letters on the sidewalk, on cue, the morning after air strikes began? Where else would the city's fire trucks remove their American flags for fear of becoming targets for protesters? And where else would the city council mull over a resolution, as it...

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