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Radicals and Liberal Democrats

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Department
Political Studies
Course
POLS 368
Professor
Martin Gaal
Semester
Winter

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Radicals and Liberal Democrats February-26-13 11:33 AM By 1968:  There was a confrontation between radicals and liberal Democrats.  Confrontations were typically and largely ideological.  There were lots of reasons as to why people opposed the war. o The most significant, however, was on the streets of university campuses… and all of this began at Berkeley. A lot of people came to Berkeley from outside the city…  It's mainly because they were against the war?  The hippie types that came to Berkeley tried to force the U.S. government to end its involvement in Vietnam. Huey Newton  Placed in jail.  In part, the Black Panthers formed because of this event. War:  The longer the war went on, the more it became clear that it could become
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