Chicago 68 - Jerry Rubin At Rutgers
United States of America
Social activist, anti-war leader and countercultural icon Jerry Rubin addresses an assembly at Rutgers University.
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Rubin jokes about higher education, then makes a point about the value of higher education in America.
Rubin talks about communism and revolutionary acts.
Rubin jokes about his experience in court and his incarceration.
Rubin compares the school system to the prison system and the importance of the campus being “the centre of the revolution.” He declares that education is “irrelevant”.
Rubin makes comments on the Vietnam War and the importance of how the Yippie movement can change the future of America.
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