Nation: The New Student Crusade: Working in the System

IN some ways, it looked like the spring of 1968, when Eugene McCarthy piped his youthful armies across the nation. At Dartmouth College last week, Senior Peter Fogg had his long hair shorn and then set off to gather signatures for an antiwar petition in the New Hampshire countryside. At Princeton, students who had been selling McCarthy buttons two years ago pored over computer analyses of key congressional primaries and elections. The student union at UCLA became a chaos of committees, milling students, peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches, mimeographed broadsides and memos. Said the University of...

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