A Vigorous Voice from The Right--at Berkeley!

A conservative magazine makes inroads in a bastion of liberal student activism

Ever since Mario Savio climbed atop a police car and jump-started the Free Speech Movement in 1964, the University of California, Berkeley, has been synonymous with liberal causes. So the California Patriot comes as something of a surprise. On the walls of its editorial offices in a small house near the campus, campaign signs for nearly a dozen Republican candidates sit alongside a large American flag and a massive poster of George W. Bush. In its pages, articles argue against abortion and for war with Iraq. "At Berkeley's campus, you can only hear one side of any political or social debate,...

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