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The strawberry statement : notes of a college revolutionary / by James Simon Kunen.

New York : Random House, [1969] .

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Subjects College students -- Political activity -- United States -- History.
College students -- Political activity.
College students -- United States -- Biography.
College students.
Kunen, James S., 1948-
Student movements -- United States -- History.
Student movements.
United States -- History -- 1961-1969.
United States.
Description 150 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Summary In The Strawberry Statement: Notes of a College Revolutionary, James Simon Kunen, a nineteen-year-old Columbia University sophomore, attempts to explain his generation of rebellious college students. The first third of the 156-page book chronicles in journal fashion Kunen's somewhat diffident participation in the protests at Columbia University between April 22 and June 4, 1968. Most of the remainder of the book recounts Kunen's summer -- during which he is involved with the court system, works on his book, travels to visit draft resisters in Canada, falls in love, and attends Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) meetings -- and presents his thoughts on such subjects as long hair, religion, the Vietnam War, and baseball. Throughout the work, he takes a humorously cynical view of both mainstream and radical society. He believes that society is disintegrating but is not ready to join those calling for armed revolution.
Genre Biography.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5595
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Kunen, James S., 1948-
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