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Photograph depicting supporters of Secretary of State Dean Rusk and President Johnson's Vietnam policy, at the time of Rusk's visit to IU.

Taken from the IU News Bureau photograph collection, accession number 99/075

Photograph depicting both pro- and anti-Vietnam war demonstrators during Secretary of State Dean Rusk's visit to IU.

Taken from the IU News Bureau photograph collection, accession number 99/075

Photograph depicting Secretary of State Dean Rusk arriving to speak at IU. In the background are both supporters of and protesters against the war in Vietnam.

Taken from the IU News Bureau photograph collection, accession number 99/075

Photograph depicting demonstrators protesting during Secretary of State Dean Rusk's visit to IU.

Taken from the IU News Bureau photograph collection, accession number 99/075

Newsletter produced by the Progressive Reform Party, a student political organization at Indiana University Bloomington. This issue discusses the faculty response to the Dow Chemical protest and the IU administration's reaction. Taken from Eggshell…

Newsletter produced by the Progressive Reform Party, a student political organization at Indiana University Bloomington. This issue discusses the Dow Chemical protest, and is strongly critical of the IU administration's response. Taken from Eggshell…

Newsletter produced by the Progressive Reform Party, a student political organization at Indiana University Bloomington. This issue discusses the Dow Chemical protest, and is strongly critical of the IU administration's response. Taken from…

Depositions taken from students describing the specific order of events during the Dow Chemical sit-in. These depositions were submitted to a variety of campus authorities by concerned student groups in order to draw attention to what the students…

Flyer distributed among faculty members in the wake of the Dow Chemical protest seeking donations for the legal defense of the involved students. The flyer is signed by a number of concerned faculty members who supported student rights. Taken from…

Part two of article from underground newspaper The Spectator irreverently describing the results of the trial of the Dow Chemical protesters.Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection number C67. Go to the finding aid