Sacramento: Assembly of the State of California, May, 1969. 175p., moderately worn wraps, 8.5x11 inches, paperclip rust stain on first two pages.
Report on student protests surrounding the Vietnam War, issues of racism and educational access. Discusses causes and responses. Various members of the committee supplement its findings with their own perspectives; for example, Willie Brown warns that the report soft-pedals "the perversely racist nature of our society and its institutions" and the context of "a vile, murderous war in Vietnam" while three Republican member co-sign a statement arguing that the "nihilist" destruction of professional revolutionaries needs more emphasis.