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From the Publisher"An outstanding read for anyone interested in American institutions during the late 1960s and early 1970s."
— Law and History Review
"By being the first person ever to try to understand and so seriously to portray any group of law students at a time and place, Laura [Kalman] has provided a baseline from which to attempt to consider what separates those students from law students today."
— Law and Social Inquiry
"[A] remarkable study about legal education, about how 1960s issues permeated campus life, and about individuals caught up in the archetypical generational struggle between liberals and radicals."
— American Historical Review