The Free Speech Movement












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Academic Freedom and Berkeley.
Presenter William F. Buckley Jr.; guest, Harold Taylor. Harold Taylor, former President of Sarah Lawrence College, and William F. Buckley discuss the effects of the Free Speech Movement and associated radicalisms on breaking down academic discipline at Berkeley and which views, such as racism and Communism, might and which might not, under the tenets of academic freedom, disqualify a scholar from being hired by a university. Originally taped as an episode of the television program Firing Line on January 16, 1967. 50 min. DVD X2669

Berkeley in the Sixties.
Contents: Pt. 1 Confronting the university: the Free Speech Movement-- pt. 2. Confronting America: the anti-war movement (32 min.) -- pt. 3. Confronting history: the counter-culture movement(45 min.). Through interviews with participants and archival footage, presents a history of Berkeley, California in the 1960s. A film by Mark Kitechell. 1990. 117 min. DVD 1460; also VHS Video/C 1761
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[Work in Progress] Berkeley in the Sixties.
Newsreel clips of the Free Speech Movement and demonstrations, anti-draft demonstrations against the Vietnam War, and riots during the People's Park controversy at the University of California, Berkeley in the 1960s. Interviews with Mario Savio, Jack Weinberg, Jackie Goldberg, John Gage, Susan Griffin, Barbara Arnold (Jentri), Bobby Seale, Frank Bardacke. Contents: Free Speech Movement, Fall 1964 (7 min.) -- Stop the draft movement, October 1967 (7 min.) -- Peoples' Park, May 1969 (7 min.). Shown in connection with the opening of the Free Speech Movement Cafe, Moffitt Library, University of California, Berkeley on February 3, 2000. 21 min. Video/C 6838

Berkeley in the 90's: What Happened to Student Activism?
A film by Jason Leal and Tom Pollock. Berkeley in the 90's interviews currently enrolled students at UCB concerning why the present generation does not engage in political activism as was done in the 1960's. Includes interviews with now middle-aged Free Speech Movement activists. Produced by students enrolled in Documentary Film (Film 28B) at the University of California, Berkeley. Instructor: B. Ruby Rich. 1993. 26 min. Video/C 3277

The Berkeley Rebels
Narrator: Harry Reasoner (CBS). Mario Savio, Clark Kerr, Sallie Learey, Ron Anastasi,Kate Coleman, Michael Rossman. A unique documentary film presenting the 1964 Free Speech Movement demonstrations and sit-in at the University of California, Berkeley through first person accounts by four students involved in the protests. Includes debates between students withdiffering viewpoints of the movement, debates between faculty and students and an overview of the impersonalacademic experience at the University which fueled the unrest. 1965? 57 min. DVD 7475 (preservation copy); also vhs Video/C 5710

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Bettina Aptheker
Political activist and feminist, Bettina Aptheker addresses such issues as her unhappy early childhood years, her activities during the Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley and her career in political and social advocacy. Speech is followed by questions from the audience. Videographer, Harold Adler. Filmed on November 15, 2006 at Black Oak Books, Berkeley. 93 min. DVD 6609

Beyond Sproul Plaza: Analysis of the Free Speech Movement.
Performers: Mario Savio, Bettina Aptheker, Charles Hitch, Ronald Reagan, Alex Sherriffs, Charles Young, Austin Goheen, Reggie Edgerton, Robert Barber, Robert Karplus, Art Rosenfeld, Robert Stebbins, Karl Pister, Roger Heyns, Mervin Field.

Examines the fiscal impact of negative public opinion which developed towards the University of California after eight years of demonstrations and sit-ins by students at the University of California, Berkeley. Presents an overview of the variety of instructional programs offered by the 9 campuses and the impact of a reduced budget on the various teaching programs, faculty recruitment and retention. Includes a historical overview of demonstrations and sit-ins at UCB during the Free Speech Movement, demonstrations against the ROTC program and the Vietnam War. Originally shown on KPIX television on June 9, 1971. 54 min. DVD 7366 [preservation copy]; vhs Video/C 5508

Decision in the Streets.
Covers the tumultuous beginnings of the Bay Area civil rights and peace movements from 1960 to 1965. Segments include 1960's anti-House Un-American Activities Committee demonstrations; Hands-Off-Cuba demonstrations in 1962 and 1963; the 1963 march protesting the Birmingham church bombings; mass arrests of protesters sitting in at the Sheraton Palace Hotel over racist hiring practices; the 1964 anti-Goldwater Republican convention protests; the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley, California and more. 35 min. Video/C 2795

[Free Speech Movement] U. C. Fallout: Let Freedom Rain?
News coverage of the sit-in protest and arrest of 800 student demonstrators at the University of California, Berkeley over demands to engage in political activity on campus. Film includes extensive panel discussion by professors, students, administrators, and politicians concerning the issue of "free speech" on the U.C. campus. Mario Savio, Clark Kerr, Edmund G. Brown, Joan Baez, Edward Strong. Panel: Owen Chamberlain, Joseph Tussman, Adrian Kragen, David Louisell, Scott Keech, Martin Roysher, Willie Brown...[et al.]. Cap Weinberger, moderator. 120 min. Video/C 456 Pt. 1-3

[Free Speech Movement, 30th Anniversary] The Current Political Situation.
Key participants in the Free Speech Movement which occurred at the University of California, Berkeley in 1964 address students on the 30th anniversary of the student movement at the International House concerning their views on the current political situation in the United States. Taped at the University of California, Berkeley during the Free Speech Movement 30th Anniversary Celebration & Reunion, December 1-4, 1994. Videographer, Harold Adler. 150 min. DVD 9649 [preservation copy]; vhs Video/C 3647

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[Free Speech Movement 30th Anniversary] Noon Rally, Sproul Plaza.
Key participants in the Free Speech Movement which occurred at the University of California, Berkeley in 1964 address students thirty years later in Sproul Plaza, the sight of the student strike and current sight of the "open forum" for ideological debate at UCB which resulted from the Free Speech Movement. Taped at the University of California, Berkeley during the Free Speech Movement 30th Anniversary Celebration & Reunion, December 1-4, 1994. Speakers: Margot Adler, Jackie Goldberg, Maureen Karpan, Mario Savio, Jack Weinberg. Videographer, Harold Adler. 90 min. DVD 9648 [preservation copy]; vhs Video/C 3646.

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[Free Speech Movement, 30th Anniversary] Thirty Years Later...FSM Poetry Central.
Poetry readings open the 30th Anniversary celebration of the Free Speech Movement that occurred on the University of California, Berkeley campus in 1964. Readings take place in Caffe Mediterraneum on Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley on November 30, 1994. Performers: Alta, Michael Rossman, John Oliver Simon, Julia Vinograd. Videographer, Harold Adler. 120 min. Video/C 3644

[Free Speech Movement, 30th Anniversary] What Happened in the FSM? The Issues, the Events, the Spirit.
A panel of participants in the Free Speech Movement which occured at the University of California, Berkeley in 1964 engage in a historical retrospective on the movement's impact and debate current political situations and philosophies. Panel: Gentri Anders, Ken Cloke, Troy Duster, Barbara Garson, David Goines. Taped at the University of California, Berkeley during the Free Speech Movement 30th Anniversary Celebration & Reunion, December 1-4, 1994. Videographer, Harold Adler. 135 min. DVD 9647; vhs Video/C 3645

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Free Speech or Anarchy?
A television documentary examining the events at the University of California, Berkeley in 1964 surrounding the Free Speech Movement and its aims and goals. Includes FSM demonstrations, Jackie Goldberg and Mario Savio addressing the demonstrators; Clark Kerr explaining the official position of the university; the arrest of Jack Weinberg followed by Sproul Hall sit-ins; an address by governor Edmund G. Brown; Chancellor Edward Strong and campus police addressing the demonstrators; arrests followed by a general student strike and interviews with FSM demonstrators and students and faculty who did not support the strike. Videocassette release of a segment from the television program Assignment Four (KRON TV). Performers: Narrator: Jerry Jensen. Jackie Goldberg, Clark Kerr, Arthur Lee Goldberg, Brian Turner, Edward W. Strong, Mario Savio, Jack Weinberg, Edmund G. Brown, John Reynolds, Don Mulford, Henry F. May. 1964. 25 min. DVD 7476 [preservation copy]; vhs Video/C 5714

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Interview with Peter Dale Scott, 3/13/77. Poet and political commentator, Peter Scott, is interviewed concerning his experiences during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. Scott, a professor at UCB during that time, gives his analysis of events and expounds upon the philosophy of the student activists. 29 min. DVD X108; vhs Video/C 3802

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Interview with Bettina Aptheker, 5/4/78. Author, historian and feminist, Bettina Aptheker, presents a historical overview of the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. She lectures upon her experiences as one of the organizing and participating students of the movement and concludes by answering questions from the audience. 60 min. DVD 9564; vhs Video/C 3803

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Interview with Howard Jetter, 5/8/78. Observations of the events during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley, by a high school instructor studying while on sabbatical at the university during the time of the movement. 39 min. Video/C 3804

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Interview with Pat Brown, 10/13/78. Interview with Pat Brown, Governor of California from 1959-1967, concerning his view of events during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. 32 min. DVD X109; vhs Video/C 3805

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Interview with Clark Kerr, 1978.Interview with Clark Kerr, University of California, Berkeley chancellor from 1952 through 1967, concerning his view of events and decisions made by himself and other university administrators during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. 58 min. DVD X441; vhs Video/C 3806

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Interview with John Searle and Persons on the Street, 1978. John Searle, philosophy professor at the University of California, Berkeley is interviewed concerning his experiences during the Free Speech Movement which occurred in 1964 at the University of California, Berkeley. Searle analyses the objectives and outcomes of the movement and expounds upon the philosophy of the student activists. Film concludes with interviews of students on campus 15 years after these events occurred concerning the extent of their knowledge of the issues of the Free Speech Movement. 113 min. DVD X523; vhs Video/C 3807

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FSM Demonstrations, 12/10/64.
News coverage of the Free Speech Movement demonstrations and sit-ins at the University of California, Berkeley in 1964. Featuring: Mario Savio, Clark Kerr, Edmund G. Brown, Joan Baez, Edward Strong. Originally shown on the KQED Television Program, Profile Bay Area on December 10, 1964. 17 min. DVD 7162 [preservation copy]; vhs Video/C 5510

Free Speech Movement News Footage and Outtakes. Part 1
Television news films and clips of the 1964 Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes various scenes in Sproul Plaza, Free Speech Movement tables and rallies; the special convocation at the Greek Theater on Dec. 7; Clark Kerr, Robert Scalapini, Marion Savio speaking, the Sproul Hall sit-in of Dec. 2-4 and arrests and arraignment of students; news footage of Clark Kerr speaking on the Free Speech Movement, university policy, and community reaction. Concludes with various interviews with Mario Savio and Joan Baez singing to the crowds. Filmed in November and December, 1964. ABC News. Filmed in November and December, 1964. 34 min. Video/C 5746

Free Speech Movement News Footage and Outtakes. Part 2
Television news films and clips of the 1964 Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes interviews with Mario Savio after his release from Santa Rita prison, Dec. 3, 1964; scenes of general student strike, Dec. 1964; Mario Savio and Clark Kerr at the Greek Theater convocation, Dec. 7, 1964. Filmed in November and December, 1964. 22 min. Video/C 5747

Free Speech Movement News Footage and Outtakes. Part 3
Television news films and clips of the 1964 Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes miscellaneous shots of demonstrations, the Sproul Hall sit-in, Dec. 2-4, 1964; Joan Baez singing on the steps of Sproul Hall and interviewed inside Sproul Hall; brief interview with Prof. Richard Dudley regarding faculty support of the Free Speech Movement; scenes of student arrests, booking, and removal from Sproul Hall, Dec. 3-4; a brief interview with strike participant, Mike Smith and other participants. ABC News. Filmed in November and December, 1964. 24 min. Video/C 5748

Free Speech Movement News Footage and Outtakes. Part 4
Television news films and clips of the 1964 Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes scenes of student arrests, removal and booking in Sproul Hall sit-in, Dec. 2-4; UCB Lieutenant of Police, Merrill Chandler announcing illegal assembly in Sproul Hall; brief interviews with anti-Free Speech Movement students; interviews with Art Goldberg and Mike Smith concerning student arrests and detention in Santa Rita Prison; an interview with Mario Savio after his release from prison; Assemblyman William Stanton addressing students and a brief interview with Prof. Norman Jacobson about the student strike and cancellation of classes. ABC News. Filmed in November and December, 1964. 33 min. Video/C 5748

Free of Speech Movement. (2000)
A brief chronology using newsreel films of the Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley in the 1960s. Featuring Jackie Goldberg, Mario Savio, Edward Strong, Art Goldberg, Brian Turner, Clark Kerr, Ronald Reagan, Jack Weinberg. 5 min. Video/C 6839

Free Speech Movement Reunion 1994: An Interview with Mario Savio and Michael Rossman
A candid dialogue between Mario Savio and Michael Rossman, American political activists and a key members in the Berkeley Free Speech Movement on the 30th anniversary of the event. Taped at the University of California, Berkeley during the Free Speech Movement 30th Anniversary Celebration & Reunion, December 1-4, 1994. DVD X1357; vhs Video/C MM1234
Free Speech Movement Reunion 1994: An Interview with Mario Savio and Michael Rossman
A candid dialogue between Mario Savio and Michael Rossman, American political activists and a key members in the Berkeley Free Speech Movement on the 30th anniversary of the event. Taped at the University of California, Berkeley during the Free Speech Movement 30th Anniversary Celebration & Reunion, December 1-4, 1994. DVD X1357; vhs Video/C MM1234 (Edited, shorter version: DVD X1358)

Let Freedom Speak: Mario Savio and the Berkeley Rebellion
With emphasis on the leadership role of Mario Savio, presents a historical overview of the student Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley in the early 1960s. Includes archival footage and commentary by archivists and participants in the movement. Produced as an entrant in the History Day Competition, 2009 by students from Francis Parker School. Produced by Hannah Ostrow and Alex Trimm. 10 min. DVD X1758

Making Sense of the Sixties. 6 parts, 58 min. each. Video/C 1953

Part 1, Seeds of the Sixties Focuses on one of the most important seeds of rebellion: institutionalized prejudice that kept American blacks in subservience and poverty, preventing their children from receiving the education that could help them gain equality. It also shows how television brought home this fact to Northern whites.
Part 2, We Can Change the World. Chronicles the years 1960-1964, when the civil rights movement and John F. Kennedy inspired idealism in college students. The program explores the impact of the Cuban missile crisis, the assasination of John F. Kennedy, and the 1963 March on Washington.
Part 3, Breaking Boundaries, testing limits. Depicts the sixties' youth rebellion and the counterculture, when millions of young people brushed aside every social rule they had learned and substituted tenets of their own. Chronicles the media's role in the development and impact of the youth rebellion and society's response to it.

ABC-CLIO Video Rating Guide for Libraries

Farber, David. "Making Sense of the Sixties." (television program reviews) Journal of American History v78, n3 (Dec, 1991):1183.
Leonard, John. "Making Sense of the Sixties." (television program reviews) New York v24, n3 (Jan 21, 1991):68 (2 pages).
Moreland, Kim; Ribuffo, Leo; Griggs, Catherine. "Making Sense of the Sixties." American Studies International v29, n2 (Oct, 1991):92 (2 pages).
Waters, Harry F. "Making Sense of the Sixties." Newsweek v117, n3 (Jan 21, 1991):52.
Zoglin, Richard. "Making Sense of the Sixties." (television program reviews) Time v137, n3 (Jan 21, 1991):70.

Mario.
Newsreel clips of Mario Savio addressing student demonstrators during the Free Speech Movement at the University of California in 1964, followed by brief interviews with Mario in 1994 and 1995. Shown in connection with the opening of the Free Speech Movement Cafe, Moffitt Library, University of California, Berkeley on February 3, 2000. 7 min. Video/C 6837

Mario Savio Memorial Lectures

Molly Ivins: October 7, 2004
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Christopher Hitchens & Adam Hochschild:November 22, 2002
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[Savio, Mario] ACLU Sonoma County Chapter Meeting, 2/24/95
Mario Savio presents the keynote address at a meeting of members of the Sonoma County Chapter of the ACLU about political trends in California (circa. 1995) concerning resistance to anti-immigrant legislation and the gutting of affirmative action programs. Recorded on February 24, 1995 at an ACLU of Sonoma County dinner in Sebastapol, California. DVD X1355; vhs Video/C MM1232

[Savio, Mario] Graduation speech, Sidwell Friends School
A commencement address delivered by Mario Savio at his son Nadav's high school graduation from Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. Presented on June 10, 1988. 33 min. DVD X1353; vhs Video/C MM1230

[Savio, Mario] Reflections on the Free Speech Movement: Mario Savio.
Mario Savio addresses students in a History of Consciousness Class at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Speech followed by questions from the audience. Presented on November 15, 1995. 86 min. DVD X1352; vhs MM 1229
Student Activism in the 1960's. Part 2
Sound and silent television news film clips of college student activism in the 1960's. Includes student anti-discrimination demonstrations, sit-in and arrests at a Cadillac dealership in San Francisco, Free Speech Movement rallies in Sproul Plaza at the University of California, Berkeley with interview with Nina Spitzer, FSM organizer; FSM rally on November 10, 1964 in response to the Regents vote on disciplinary actions for FSM participants; Joan Baez singing and discussing her attendance at the rally and an interview with Mario Savio commenting on the Regents vote. KRON-TV, 1964. 26 min. Video/C 5712

Student Activism in the 1960's. Part 3
Sound and silent television news film clips of the Free Speech Movement at the University of California, Berkeley in 1964. Includes scenes of Dec. 7, 1964 special convocation at the Greek Theater with excerpts from a speech by Professor Robert Scalapino and president Clark Kerr; scenes of Mario Savio being restrained from speaking; Art Goldberg, FSM leader addressing the Greek Theater crowd; Savio addressing the press after the Greek Theater incident; Jack Weinberg addressing the rally after the Regent's vote. Unidentified African American civil rights leader praises student activism at Berkeley and involvement in civil rights movement; anti-communist folksinger; brief interviews with anti-FSM individials. KRON-TV, 1964. 21 min. Video/C 5713

Taking Part: Free Speech Movement and the Legacy of Social Protest
A conference presented on April 13-14, 2001 in conjuction with the completion of the Free Speech Movement Digital Archive Project of the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. The conference that revisits the social context and lasting legacy of the 1960s Free Speech Movement at UCB.

Part 1: Freedom Summer, the Free Speech Movement and the emerging Left. The panel of four former FSM activists examine the relationship between the various social movements of the 60s as they intersected with the Free Speech Movement including the emerging civil rights movement, the beginnings of Black power and the new emerging political left. Concludes with questions from the audience. Panel: Robert P. Moses, Battina Aptheker, Jack Weinberg, Steve Weissman. 2001. 160 min. Video/C 7917

Part 2: The Vietnamization of the Berkeley Campus. The panel of speakers examine the conjuncture between the Free Speech Movement and the escalating nationwide protest against the Vietnam War. Concludes with questions from the audience. Panel: Marilyn Milligan (as read by Lynn Hollander Savio), Orville Schell, Peter Dale Scott, Leon Wofsy. 2001. 102 min. Video/C 7918

Part 3: Movements in Education Reform and Experimentation. The panel of speakers address the question: What impact did the Free Speech Movement have on educational reform and experimental educational programs? Concludes with questions from the audience. Panel: Charles P. Henry, Nigel Young, Carlos Munoz. 2001. 89 min. Video/C 7919

Part 4: The New Left: Language and Politics. The panel of former FSM activists address the impact of the emerging new left political idealogies of the 1960s and its interconnections with the Free Speech Movement. Concludes with questions from the audience. Panel: Wini Breines, Rebecca Klatch, Jeff Lustig, Sheldon Wolin. 2001. 99 min. Video/C 7920

Part 5: The Contested Field of Free Speech. In this final segment two noted scholars of civil liberties survey the progress, or lack of progress, for free speech in the United States in the past ten years. Concludes with questions from the audience. Speakers: Nadine Strossen, Richard Delgado. 2001. 90 min. Video/C 7921

The Torch is Passed.
SLATE is a student political party which was active at the University of California, Berkeley in the late 50's and early 60's. Former members, gathered for a 25th anniversary reunion, reflect on the party's values and actions. 30 min. DVD X9018; Video/C 2276

U.C. Student Demonstrations, 1964
Panel 1: Adrian Kragen, David Louisell, Scott Keech, Martin Roysher...[et al.]. (26 min.); Panel 2: Willie Brown, Albert Lipawsky, Marshall Krause ...[et al.] Taped response by Edmund G. Brown. Moderator: Cap Weinberger (26 min.). Pt. 3. Audience questions (21 min.). Part 1 is a panel discussion between journalists, professors, and students concerning how the press has handled and interpretated the controversies surrounding the Free Speech Movement demonstrations at the University of California, Berkeley. In Part 2 a panel of professors, attorneys, students and state officials examine the role of the State of California as it responds to the issue. Concludes with panel members fielding questions from the audience. Originally shown on the KQED Television Program, Profile Bay Area. DVD 7362; Video/C 5509

Where's Mario?
Interviews with current students and others in Sproul Plaza at the University of California, Berkeley concerning their knowledge of Mario Savio and the Free Speech Movement which occurred on that location in the mid 1960s. Includes historical footage of Mario Savio, Free Speech demonstrations and televised responses of university and government officials. Directed by Javier Alvarez, Lauren Espineli [UCB Student film]. 1998. 11 min. Video/C 5491

We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest: A History of the Berkeley Student Movement.
History of the Berkeley student movement through photographs and narration. Script written by Robby Cohen, Michael Laslett, Kerry Nelson. DVD 7647 [preservation copy]; vhs Video/C 1743

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[Williams, Arleigh Taber] Dean of Students Arleigh Williams: The Free Speech Movement and the Six Years War, 1964-1970: Oral History Transcript
Interviews conducted by Germaine LaBerge; introductions by Ray Colvig and Frank Thatcher. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California, c1990. Williams directed student activities for the ASUC (1957-1959)before becoming dean of men at Berkeley. He witnessed the beginnings of the Free Speech Movement as the Bancroft Avenue strip became a testing ground for student activists in the 1960s. He speaks about the ideals of the students and their protests in connection with free speech, the Vietnam War, and People's Park. It was his responsibility to carry out the administration's policies and often mete out discipline. His fairness and willingness to listen brought a balance to many difficult situations. In addition, he describes a typical day in the Dean of Students Office, focusing on the needs of students--tutorial help, housing, child care, access for physically disabled, transportation, etc. He also discusses his relationships with Chancellors Edward Strong, Roger Heyns, and Albert Bowker. Ruth Williams, the dean's wife, contributes a family perspective on the Free Speech Movement. She was president of Faculty Wives and an active participant in student work throughout her husband's career at the University.

NOTE: This manuscript is made available for research purposes only. All publication rights are reserved to The Bancroft Library of the University of California, Berkeley. Requests for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. UCB Bancroft BANC MSS 91/102 c; UCB Bancroft Phonotape 2296 C:1-12; UCB Bancroft Phonotape 2944 C

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