Remembering Kent State
“People Aren’t Ready to Let May 4th Die”
When I entered Kent State University in the Fall of 1975 it was by no means a revolutionary situation I was stepping into. It is ironic, because ever since the shooting on May 4, 1970 by Ohio National Guardsmen of thirteen students, resulting in the death of four and the wounding of nine others, Kent had gained an almost worldwide reputation as being a radical campus. But when I was there in 1975 and 1976 the average member of the student body had about as much connection with what happened there just a few years earlier as they did with the man on the moon.
Dec 15, 2017
George Bradford (David Watson)
William R. Catton Jr.
Was Malthus Right?
An Exchange on Deep Ecology and Population
Jul 30, 2017