The Sticking Place

The Columbia Crisis: Campus, Vietnam and the Ghetto

Allen Barton

In the spring of 1968 several issues converged on the Columbia campus. The continuing war and the elimination of draft exemptions for graduating seniors and first-year graduate students intensified anti-war activities. These included demonstrations directed against military recruiting and training on campus, the Dow Chemical Corporation, and official University membership in the Institute for Defense Analysis.

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