You May Be Guilty of Conspiracy – Berkeley Student Protest

1946-1989, Date, Disruptive Spaces, Institutions, Students, Subjectives of Refusal

In this publication, student protestors at Berkeley articulate their interpretation of the motives behind conspiracy charges brought against the movement. As the protests at Berkeley continued, the suppression of student activism and the violent response to the protests began to incentivize students to produce more of this literature, and continue to push the movement forward.

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