Near the campus of Berkeley, California, a small space was occupied by students and others. They called it "People's Park" and had had a permanent meeting place here since mid-April. May 16, the place was previously filled with hippies, students and others who discussed politics or struck up a conversation. The "People's Park" had become a gathering place. Legally, it belonged to the university. . .
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