TOO 2.27 - Barnard to authority - bottom up Top down is...

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Barnard to authority - bottom up Top down is conventional Bottom up (acceptance theory) - if we don’t view someone in authority, then they aren’t late spring of 1970, on campus - Vietnam war winding down - Students on campus were being drafted - Very unpopular - National commitment made to get out of Vietnam - North Vietnamese came down into Cambodia, so we wanted to attack at Cambodia - Kent State, students were shot and killed by national guard, worst of the backlashes against the attacking - Marshal Hahn, president at time, notion of student disturbance was hard to believe, bc everyone was military like and conservative here - Students occupied Williams Hall in protest - Outside, students were drinking beer, and making campfires and such, having lots of fun - So about 3 in the morning, Hahn got police to put them in jail - Many alumni applaud it - But by the students on campus, he wasn’t held in high regard, not just the students involved - That fall, the tradition was the Governor and the President would speak at a
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ISE 4004 taught by Professor Petorgersen during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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TOO 2.27 - Barnard to authority - bottom up Top down is...

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