Harvard Weighs Sit-In Penalties, pg. 2
Boston Globe
Oct 27, 1967

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Harvard Weighs Sit-In Penalties, pg. 2
Boston Globe
Oct 27, 1967

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University Protests

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Harvard Weighs Sit-In Penalties
Boston Globe (1960-1982); Oct 27, 1967; ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Boston Globe (1872-1982) pg. 2


“as many as 18 harvard students face suspension for leading the protest against the dow co. recruiters at mallinckrodt laboratory. the firm is one of the prime contractors for napalm used in vietnam.
more than 300 students — many members of the harvard students for a democratic society — sealed off a conference room and kept dr. frederick leavitt a virtual prisoner for nearly seven hours.

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“Harvard Weighs Sit-In Penalties, pg. 2
Boston Globe
Oct 27, 1967,” Effect of Vietnam War in Boston, Digital Archive, accessed August 18, 2017, http://brianavessells.omeka.net/items/show/45.