Education: And Now Yale . . .

By a canny blend of firmness and sympathy, Yale long escaped the student tumult that disrupted other Ivy League campuses from Columbia to Harvard. But last week Yale was brought to a halt by a coalition of black students and local black militants; they were protesting the forthcoming New Haven trial of Bobby Scale and seven other Black Panthers, who are charged in the killing of a fellow Panther and alleged police informer. The result, for one of the nation's great founts of reason, was an astonishing display of emotion: 75% of Yale's...

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