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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Berkeley Rebels Discuss Mass Education, Free Love

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By ROGER RAPOPORT
;Don't trust anyone over 30,"1
was the slogan used by the Free
Speech Movement during last
year's crisis at Berkeley.
And the students had their rea-
sons, too, but at long last the
over-thirty cult has come through.
The documentary-making mo-
guls at CBS television went. to
'see what had happened at Berke-
ley "through the eyes of the stu-
dents," as narrator Harry Rea-
soner put it.
The show, "The Berkeley Reb-
els," which first appeared last

June succeeds through the use of
a simple approach: the kids talk
whsilethe adults keep quiet. The
result is a clear-cut explanation of
the complex events of last year,
covering all the details of the
Berkeley confrontation. -
The explanation centers around
the basic concept expressed by
Mike , Rossman, a 25-year-old
Berkeley graduate student.
"Our generation has no ideals,
no pat little answers . . not
capitalism, socialism, or com-
munism . . . this is a new kind
of radicalism. You don't need

ideology to know that certain
things like discrimination are
wrong, and that something has to
change."
The greatest value of the film,
however, is that it shows precisely
what mass education is: the huge
lines at registration, the lectures
with a thousand students, the tv
classrooms, and rows of deper-
sonalized filing cabinets-all of
which emphasize the faults of the
mass-oriented large university.
Twenty-two-year-old Kate Cole-
man explains, "Mass education
does one of two things to you,

either you adjust or you go crazy.
After a while you really get to
believe that a little mark on a
paper is really you.
"So you get an "A" or a "C,"
who cares, this whole crazy ma-
chine beats the love out of learn-
ing. The University structures it-
self to make parts for society's
needs," Rossman complains.
"The pity of the whole thing,"
remarks Miss Coleman, "is that
this university could be so great.
Learning can be very exciting
when you get a great teacher-for
you are watching that man think,

and then you are learning how to
think. Hell, that's invaluable!"
In a bull session scene the rela-
tive merits of free love are openly
debated, but here the eloquence
of the students wanes.
"Love is in no sense conditional
upon any kind of contract," com-
ments one boy in a more philo-
sophical mood. So what else is
new?
The success of the documentary
is in a large part attributable to
the photography which varys from
good to great. Superb scenes of
students roaring off on their Hon-

da's, moving through registration
lines, training in ROTC, going
through job interviews, sitting in
huge lectures, standing on picket
lines, pamphleteering, are all
matched skillfully with meaning-
ful dialogue. The music of the
Swingle Singers provides a goodl
background mood.
Finally after the kids have had
their say Reasoner wraps things
up neatly by commenting, "They
care in a world that is moved for.
good or bad by those who do care."
"If they are perhaps too young,
we are perhaps too old."

Daily
Class if ieds

Across Campus'
THURSDAY, SEPT. 2 children in Rm. 3 KLM of the
4:15 and '7:30 p.m.-The Office Union.
of Religious Affairs will present FRIDAY, SEPT. 3
the CBS documentary "The Berke- 9-5 p.m.-Students interested in
ley Rebels" in Rackham Lecture attending the retreat being spon-
Hall at 4:15, and in the Multipur- sored by the 'University of Michi-
pose Aoom of the UGLI at 7:15. gan Student Employees' Union,
P2 add to across campus Myron3 Voice political party and the Stu-
7:30: p.m. -- Professor Frithjof dent Nonviolent Coordinating
Bergmann of, the philosophy 'de- Committee can sign up. on the
partment will. speak at a mass Diag. The retreat will be held this
meeting for the tutorial project weekend at the University's Fresh
for Ann Arbor's underprivileged Air Camp.

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Tutorial and Cultural Relations Proj-
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Room 3KLM of the Michigan Union, to
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