Barbara Busse

Barbara Busse

Bean
"People were redefining gender role expectations, the women’s revolution, the black freedom movement, the Vietnam War, multiple assassinations of prominent political leaders in America; all of those things happened in the sixties. And it produced an environment in which there was a great deal of foment. So it was a period of time in which the culture was stretched in all kind of ways and the new things that emerged out of that culture; new ways of experimenting with ways of living, ways of being, and ways of learning your place in the world. It was a very tumultuous time. And so consequently the campus was not immune to any of those things either. There was a lot of student activism."


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