Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

Learning from the mistakes made in the 1960s with the student publication The Black Flag, the college allowed the publication of newsletters by political groups of all persuasions. In 1972, the Senate issued “Guidelines for Distribution of Unofficial Publications,” which stipulated that the publication must be distributed free of charge and not “present a clear and present danger to the established government, the orderly operation of the college, or outrage the public decency.” This photo shows the Young Republican newsletter, The Partisan, and the Radical Student’s Union publication, The Rock.
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