Students Need to Question Authority — All Authorities, like they did in the Sixties

Student Power, Democracy and Revolution in the Sixties

Many books have been written about the political and social movements of the sixties. One movement is like a half-buried skeleton of some farm animal on the side of the road. There’s not enough there to merit an archeologist’s investigation or barely enough to catch a passerby’s attention. Those bones would belong to the student power movement.

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Author of Becoming a Citizen Activist, 18 year Seattle Councilmember, named progressive municipal official of the year by The Nation.

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Nick Licata

Nick Licata

Author of Becoming a Citizen Activist, 18 year Seattle Councilmember, named progressive municipal official of the year by The Nation.

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