Monday, June 10, 2002

the fbi at the university of california

In the late 1950s, a question on an aptitude test for high school applicants to the University of California asked, "What are the dangers to a democracy of a national police organization, like the FBI, which operates secretly and is unresponsive to public criticism?" In response, the FBI started an investigation of the school. Now, after 17 years of litigation, the San Francisco Chronicle has received thousands of pages of FBI reports involving investigations at the University of California.

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