News Reporters at People's Park, 1969
© Merideth Grierson

News Reporters at People's Park, 1969

By Merideth Grierson
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Governor Reagan declared a state of emergency on the Berkeley campus in May, 1969. For two weeks the streets were barricaded with rolls of barbed wire, and freedom of assembly was denied as National Guard helicopters sprayed tear gas on anyone who gathered in more than small groups. 

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News Reporters at People's Park, 1969
News Reporters at People's Park, 1969