Page 4 [no title, a continuation of “Value Systems Conflict” on Page 3] The case against the success of the American Revolution is concluded. “Senate moves…..in the right direction” After two unsuccessful ventures, the ASOSU Senate is reported to have passed a bill presented nation-wide which deals with peace and dissent. “OREGON BROTHERS RESPOND” Strikes at Portland State, Lewis and Clark College, Oregon College of Education, and the University of Oregon are reported. The strikes were in response to action in Cambodia.
Page 3 “WOODSTOCK THREATENING” Gary K. Marks A meeting of 1500 individuals in the Memorial Union lounge is reported, with the author holding the meeting in a general high regard. The main theme involved respect for the “sanctity of life.” “KENT 1970” A poem by Lyndon B. Johnson is printed. “Value Systems Conflict” Eric Carty A case is made that the American Revolution was not successful. The primary evidence is that the United States is not a secluded state, militarily involving itself with the affairs of other countries. Continued on Page 4.
Page 2 [no title, a continuation of “A Cambodian Story” on Page 1] Dick and Beth Myers’ story and accompanying commentary is concluded. “HAS THE U.S. FAILED YOU????????” Military involvement in Cambodia is criticized.
Page 5 “BLOODBATH AT KENT STATE” Al Brown, Jr. A commentary criticizes Kent State for the shootings of five students. Information is given about the victims, although only four are identified. Protests at other universities are listed at the end of the article.
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Page 1 “A Cambodian Story” An account is given of Dick and Beth Myers’ visit to Cambodia, alongside commentary suggesting a U.S. involvement in a regime change in the country. Continued on Page 2. “TODAY’S SCHEDULES IN BRIEFS…” Events are mentioned, including teach-ins, a general meeting, discussions, a candle memorial parade, and rapping.
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