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Radicals in the HeartlandThe 1960s Student Protest Movement at the University of Illinois$
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Michael V. Metz

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780252042416

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.5622/illinois/9780252042416.001.0001

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The Aftermath

The Aftermath

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(p.130) Chapter 23 The Aftermath
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Radicals in the Heartland
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Michael V. Metz

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University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5622/illinois/9780252042416.003.0024

In the aftermath of the Dow sit-in, the university became bogged down in bureaucracy as it attempted to adapt its disciplinary procedures to the acts committed: students worked first to ensure their complicity and then to avoid punishment; law faculty leaped to their defense; the public, legislature, and newspapers rushed to share their opinions. Five graduate students and fifteen undergrads were brought before two separate committees, which announced contradictory light sentences for the grads and expulsion for the undergrads. Hundreds rallied on the quad to protest the expulsions, which were rescinded within days, with equal light punishment meted for all. Forty-seven others eventually received the same.

Keywords:   university disciplinary systems, university bureaucracy, disciplinary procedures, Subcommittee A on Undergraduate Student Discipline, Thomas Morgan, Herb Semmel, Abner Mikva

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