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Chicago 68 - Jerry Rubin At Rutgers

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1969
0:12:41
United States of America
Social activist, anti-war leader and countercultural icon Jerry Rubin addresses an assembly at Rutgers University.

Credits

Co-director: Peter Davis

Technical metadata

Physical formats available: 16mm, VHS
Digital formats available: Quicktime (Pro Res)
Audio & visual: Sound Color

Shotlist of full film

00:20
Rubin jokes about higher education, then makes a point about the value of higher education in America.
01:45
Rubin talks about communism and revolutionary acts.
03:23
Rubin jokes about his experience in court and his incarceration.
07:33
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”.
11:03
Rubin makes comments on the Vietnam War and the importance of how the Yippie movement can change the future of America.
Sub-Collection

Chicago 1968