Education: Opposition Press on Campus

At more and more campuses across the nation, student radicals have found a powerful new voice for protest: they have gained control of established college newspapers and turned them into journals of dissent.

Dozens of once-moderate college papers are devoting headlines and columns to revolution, black power, drugs and alleged police repression. The University of Wisconsin's Daily Cardinal has irked state legislators by printing four-letter words. A recent—and typical —front page carried off-campus stories about the S.D.S. militancy in Chicago and the failure of the state assembly to resolve welfare problems. In California last month, after San Jose State College's Spartan Daily...

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