Universities: Berkeley, One Year Later

"Yippee!" shouted the petite Berkeley coed, her braid flying as she leaped into the air. For Bettina Aptheker, 21, a junior studying history at the University of California, happiness is having the U.S. Supreme Court rule that Communists do not have to register with the Government. "I have been for a number of years, I am now, and I propose to remain a member of the Communist Party of the United States," she had written a few days before in a letter to the campus newspaper. Under the $10,000-a-day provision of the...

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