Education: Tame Spring, Troubled Stanford

One year ago this week, the killings at Kent State University fueled mass student protest across the U.S. Now the nation's campuses are encountering the tamest spring offensive by radical students in several years.

Still, assaults persist, notably at Stanford University. One recent attack, in Stanford eyes, came from local police. Armed with a search warrant, cops raided the offices of the Stanford Daily seeking reporters' notes and photographs that supposedly implicated some participants in a demonstration at the university hospital. While strongly critical of the police, campus officials were equally aghast...

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