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Noon rallies following Greek Theater, December 7, 1964

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Noon rallies following Greek Theater, December 7, 1964
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Tracks 1 & 2: University Students for Law and Order (USLO) rally; interview with Robert Dussault (see also AZ1390). Track 3: Unidentified faculty chair reporting on a meeting of departmental chairs (see also AZ1390). Track 4-Track 5: Bruce Hinsdale[sp?] reporting from outside the Santa Rita Rehabilitation Center. He interviews Robert Middle, Susan Troopman[sp?] who discusses her experience in the jail, Carol Nussinov[sp?] (see also AZ 1390). Track 7: Greek Theater, U.C. Berkeley, December 7, 1964: Mario Savio briefly interviewed after having been removed from stage by police; report on attempts to speak and handling by police. Track 8: Bob Draper (USLO) talks about why the rally was called. Track 9-12: Faculty members speak at the USLO rally. Professor Robley Williams (Chair of the Department of Molecular Biology) speaks "does the university have any authority with respect to campus discipline in any area of political activity held on the campus or off the campus?...you don't settle this by mass action, this is not the tradition of the United States...These are not done by fifteen-thousand people gathering around the Supreme court and insisting that it follow a certain line of action. [applause]" Professor Henry May, Chair, Department of History speaks "...a brief statement by Mr. Savio at the Greek Theater, it was asked if any of the department chairmen had the guts to speak at the Free Speech rally. One of them has been speaking, I'm glad to see--the chairman of the Speech Department [Robert Beloof]. I went to the leaders of that rally, said I would be at the fountain and available if they wanted me to speak. Since I came down here, they may have looked for me and not found me. I would like to say that offer stands." Professor Milton Chernin, Dean, School of Social Welfare speaks "...changes and improvements in the rules that govern our lives have been made, and secondly, recognizing that serious issues remain to be resolved, some of which are of such fundamental importance that I don't think we're going to resolve them quickly, here or elsewhere.

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