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Student Unrest / United States / Moscow University #1238

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 09, 1968
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(Studio) At San Francisco State University black militants demonstrate, throw rocks, etc., fight with police. Arrests made. At University of Paris students return from class after government order. Student trouble reported in Portugal. No student protests in USSR . Reasons given.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Moscow, USSR ) University of Moscow highly restrictive. 35,000 there. Science main department Humanities called 2nd-class subjects. Film in math class shown. State pays for education, but parental sacrifice necessary. New USSR elite to come from science classes. Student living called experiment in collective living. Type of education described. USSR education system considered. University ed. a rare privilege in USSR .
REPORTER: George Watson

Reynolds, Frank;
Watson, George

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