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Student Unrest at SF State College and S.I. Hayakawa

Student unrest in the late 1960s affected many college and university campuses including San Francisco State College (now San Francisco State University). College President S.I. Hayakawa became a national figure by disrupting a student demonstration in 1968, as this interview shows. As a result of his new high profile, Hayakawa was eventually elected (Republican) U.S. Senator from California in 1976. He served one term.
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