Student movements in United States during the 1960s enjoyed massive student support and participation, and resulted in significant changes within US universities. In part, it is the legacy of these victories that has been at stake, whether acknowledged as such or not, in the University of California student and faculty movements over the past two years. This essay considers the character of recent student and faculty opposition, both in relation to the earlier movement and to the differential character of oppositional politics in the two periods.

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