What every student should know about what's happening
[St. Louis, MO]: n.pub. . 3p., mimeographed 8.5x14 inch sheets stapled at upper left corner; horizontal fold crease, otherwise very good.
Statement issued by students being disciplined for shouting and chanting during the speech of vice president Hubert Humphrey during his October 1965 visit to Washington University in St. Louis. Outlines both legal-procedural and moral-political arguments against discipline of the students by the Board of Student Conduct.
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