Título: On Strike - Shut it Down
Editorial: Beckett Associates, Inc., Madison
Año de publicación: 1969
Edición: First Edition; First Printing.
Glossy wraps, near fine with very light soiling. Dozens of compelling photographs of striking students, police, and National Guard. "On Friday, February 7, 1969, a number of black students at the University of Wisconsin made public a series of demands and presented them to the University administration. Rallies and picket lines outside major classroom buildings were a constant sight. More than 2500 students took part in demonstrations early that week.Students began blocking buildings on Wednesday, and the police arrived in large numbers." Not to be confused with a book with a similar title devoted to student strikes in Berkeley, California. ; Oblong 8vo 8" to 9" tall. N° de ref. de la librería 26174
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