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Campus Unrest / Berkeley / Stanford #5240

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 16, 1969
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(Studio) First campus protest occurred at University California on Berkeley campus in 1964. Trouble at Berkeley now and confrontation at Stanford.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Berkeley, California) Students and hippies refuse to move from University owned "People's Park." 130 injured by tear gas and birdshot. 47 arrested Thursday.
REPORTER: John Davenport

(Palo Alto, California) Radicals block Research Institute. Police scatter protesters with tear gas. University officials vote to divorce Institute from University, but 500 radicals want all war and Vietnam research halted here.
REPORTER: Bill Brannigan

Brannigan, Bill;
Davenport, John;
Smith, Howard K.

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