added the 3 books titled "How Harvard Rules ... " (they're multiplying:0) to World University and School's 1960s's subject page: http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/1960s#Select_Books ... can't find complete references to all of them.
All of these books are critiques of Harvard emerging from the 1960s thinking, in one way or another.
Here are Harvard's Libraries online:
where all three of the above volumes are listed, but without some of the information I'm looking for.
The open, editable 1960s subject page at WUaS facilitates teaching and learning about this time, as well as aggregating resources.
The '60s were a fascinating and important time at Harvard. Cambridge, MA, had very radical aspects, and saw a lot of intelligent political action, as well as the generation of a rich literature.
Check out the budding music on the 1960s WUaS page:
Harvard's governing body is moving ahead, including offering more transparency. ...
Hennessy and Harvard President Call for Passage of DREAM Act
By DREW FAUST & JOHN HENNESSY:
Deserving of the DREAM
Let's let World University and School be part of the highest quality education dream for people around the world, in virtual worlds.
The 60s were very creative, transformative and fertile, and a lot of positive change emerged, all of which is fascinating to study, think about and learn from.
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2010/12/red-bellied-cooterhow-harvard-rules-3.html - December 4, 2010)