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From the Publisher"A valuable scholarly contribution chronicling one of the most tumultuous periods in America's racial history."—The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
"Essential reading for anyone interested in student and community activism, university housing policies in urban areas, the Black Power and New Left movements, and U.S. history in the 1960s."
—Journal of African American History
"Harlem vs. Columbia, helps to expand our conception of the Black Studies Movement; and allows broader questions to be asked about Black Student Power. . . . A useful contribution to the literature on the Black Power movement, student activism and the history of Black Studies."—Journal of African American Studies
"A valuable and long overdue addition to the historiography of 1960s student protest."—Labour/Le Travail
"Bradley has done an admirable job in presenting an often overlooked movement at Columbia University and at a number of other Ivies."—H-Net Reviews
"An important in-depth look at the racial dimensions of the Columbia student protest."—H-1960s