In 1999, the media revealed that
had been tailed by the FBI from the moment that he had climbed onto the police car in which Jack Weinberg was detained.
He was followed for more than a decade because he had emerged as the nation's most prominent student leader.
He died of heart failure on November 2, 1996."If this [school] is a firm, and if the board of regents are the board of directors; and if President Kerr in fact is the manager; then I'll tell you something. The faculty are a bunch of employees, and we're the raw material!"
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