"This work describes the issues that produced such passionate political activism in the 1960s and the specific campaigns that Students for a Democratic Society waged at Princeton University. It then describes the lives of nine of the leaders of the Princeton campaigns, examining the effect of their participation on their choice of careers and subsequent political opinions"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: Latter day images -- Part I. The radical 1960s -- Moral imperatives : the reasons for radicals -- "Even Princeton" -- Part II. The lives of former activists -- The lawyer for employers -- The erotic Marxist -- The poetry of illness -- The talent -- Studying the divide -- Being useful -- The organizer -- Counteracting the U.S. role -- The anti-anti-communist -- Conclusion: Past and present.
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