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Daily Bruin
University of California, Los Angeles student newspaper

Selections from Volume 34, 1949-1950

(Issue No. 6, Sept. 23, 1949: news article, front page) Senate Passes on Oath: Academic Body Adopts State Loyalty Pledge
(Issue No. 6, Sept. 23, 1949: news article, front page) Americans Favor Loyalty Oath: Gallup Poll Finds Only 20% Favor Harvard Action
(Issue No. 7, Sept. 25, 1949: letter to the editor, p. 2) California, 1949
(Issue No. 9, Sept. 28, 1949: news article, front page) Academic Freedom High Here--Sproul
(Issue No. 9, Sept. 28, 1949: letter to the editor, p. 2) To Insure Our Freedom
(Issue No. 9, Sept. 28, 1949: letter to the editor--"Grins and Growls", p. 2) Third Side
(Issue No. 10, Sept. 29, 1949: news article, front page) SEC Backs Academic Senate on Oath: 7-7 Tie Broken by Luke; Council Telegraphs Sproul--Action Tabled on Discrimination Report Presented by Rhulman
(Issue No. 10, Sept. 29, 1949: editorial, p. 2) A Statement by CUE
(Issue No. 10, Sept. 29, 1949: news article, p. 6) Gaucho Faculty Wants Oath Cut
(Issue No. 11, Sept. 30, 1949: editorial column, p. 2) SEC Cloakroom
(Issue No. 11, Sept. 30, 1949: poem, p. 7) The Ballad of Pinko Pete
(Issue No. 12, Oct. 3, 1949: news article, front page) Regents Reaffirm Loyalty Oath; UC Employees Must Take Pledge--Academic Senate Voices Strong Opposition; Plans Friday Meeting
(Issue No. 12, Oct. 3, 1949: editorial, p. 2) Editorial: 'Is You Is, or Is You Ain't'
(Issue No. 14, Oct. 5, 1949: editorial, p. 2) Now or Never
(Issue No. 15, Oct. 6, 1949: editorial, p. 2) Come to The Ball
(Issue No. 15, Oct. 6, 1949: advertisement, p. 3) Freedom Is Every American's Daily Responsibility!
(Issue No. 16, Oct. 7, 1949: editorial, front page) Editorial: An Open Letter To The Academic Senate
(Issue No. 16, Oct. 7, 1949: news article, front page) Academicians Deliberate On Oath Again
(Issue No. 16, Oct. 7, 1949: news article, front page) Petition Asks Annulment of Loyalty Oath
(Issue No. 16, Oct. 7, 1949: editorial, p. 2) The Expression of Opinions
(Issue No. 16, Oct. 7, 1949: news article, front page) Educators Hit Loyalty Oath
(Issue No. 17, Oct. 10, 1949: news article, front page) Loyalty Oath Under Advisement: Faculty Senate Shuns Deadline On Report Back
(Issue No. 18, Oct. 11, 1949: news article, front page) Nearly 1000 Sign Anti-Loyalty Oath Petitions Here
(Issue No. 18, Oct. 11, 1949: news article, front page) Pro, Cons of Controversial NSA Congress to Get UCLA Hearing: Five Major Policy Decisions Of Illinois Meet on Agenda
(Issue No. 18, Oct. 11, 1949: cartoon, p. 2) [Loyalty Review Board] by Dave Lauren
(Issue No. 20, Oct. 13, 1949: news article, front page) Wright, Seelig Oppose Lindh, Gaudino in Oath Debate Today
(Issue No. 20, Oct. 13, 1949: news article, front page) UC Academic Senate Delays Loyalty Action
(Issue No. 20, Oct. 13, 1949: news article, front page) Berkeley's 'SEC' Votes to Oppose UC Loyalty Oath
(Issue No. 20, Oct. 13, 1949: editorial, p. 2) The Blood Boils
(Issue No. 20, Oct. 13, 1949: news article, p. 6) Students at Texas State Schools Must Sign Oath
(Issue No. 21, Oct. 14, 1949: news article, p. 3) SEC Members Explain Stand on Wire to Regents
(Issue No. 22, Oct. 17, 1949: editorial, p. 2) The Communist Teacher
(Issue No. 22, Oct. 17, 1949: editorial, p. 2) The Search for Truth
(Issue No. 23, Oct. 18, 1949: editorial, p. 2) Loyalty: SEC's Responsibility
(Issue No. 23, Oct. 18, 1949: editorial, p. 2) Editorial: The Precarious Edge
(Issue No. 23, Oct. 18, 1949: letter to the editor--"Grins and Growls", p. 6) Free Inquiry
(Issue No. 24, Oct. 19, 1949: news article, front page) Top Campus Red Declares Group Will Stay in Open
(Issue No. 24, Oct. 19, 1949: editorial, p. 2) An Opinion Is Offered
(Issue No. 24, Oct. 19, 1949: letter to the editor--"Grins and Growls", p. 2) Escaping Steam
(Issue No. 24, Oct. 19, 1949: news article, p. 3) SEC Agenda Sparked by Poll on Oath
(Issue No. 25, Oct. 20, 1949: editorial, p. 2) A Prerogative Is Exercised
(Issue No. 25, Oct. 20, 1949: editorial, p. 2) Who's A Free Agent?
(Issue No. 25, Oct. 20, 1949: letter to the editor--"Grins and Growls", p. 2) Approval
(Issue No. 25, Oct. 20, 1949: news article, p. 3) Petition Hits Loyalty Oaths
(Issue No. 28, Oct. 25, 1949: editorial, p. 2) Editorial: The Untruth of Reputation
(Issue No. 28, Oct. 25, 1949: editorial, p. 2) Who's an Agent?

 

Daily Californian
University of California, Berkeley student newspaper

Selections from Volume 139, Summer 1949

(Issue No. 1, June 24, 1949: news article, front page) Regents will discuss loyalty oath today
(Issue No. 2, July 1, 1949: news article, front page) Revised loyalty oath still controversial
(Issue No. 2, July 1, 1949: editorial, p. 8) Wrong yardstick
(Issue No. 3, July 8, 1949: news article, front page) New light cast on faculty loyalty oath issue
(Issue No. 3, July 15, 1949: editorial, p. 8) The martyrs
(Issue No. 4, July 15, 1949: news article, front page) Profs state stand on Communists
(Issue No. 4, July 15, 1949: news article, front page) Civil Liberties Union director will tackle free speech issues
(Issue No. 4, July 15, 1949: editorial, p. 8) A questionable right

Selections from Volume 140, Fall 1949

 

El Gaucho
University of California, Santa Barbara student newspaper

Selections from Volume 29, 1949-1950

(Issue No. 5, Sept. 30, 1949: news article, front page) Faculty Endorses Northern Action; Asks Oath Changes
(Issue No. 5, Sept. 30, 1949: news article, front page) Sproul Reception Postponed: San Francisco Regents Meeting Delays Trip to Santa Barbara; New Date to Be Announced Later
(Issue No. 18, Nov. 18, 1949: letter to the editor, p. 2) To the Editor
(Issue No. 32, March 7, 1950: news article, front page) Regents Move in Loy'lty Oath Controversy
(Issue No. 33, March 10, 1950: editorial, p. 2) The Loyalty Oath . . .
(Issue No. 34, March 14, 1950: news article, front page) Faculty Affirms Loyalty, Calls for Usual Oath
(Issue No. 39, April 4, 1950: news article, front page) Regents Order Signing of Oaths This Month or Be Discharged
(Issue No. 40, April 7, 1950: news article, front page) Committee Named By Faculty To Oppose the Regents' Loyalty Oaths
(Issue No. 40, April 7, 1950: news article, front page) Council Requests Faculty Member to Speak on Oath
(Issue No. 41, April 11, 1950: announcement, front page) Oath Assembly
(Issue No. 44, April 14, 1950: news article, front page) Assembly Monday On Loyalty Oath; Faculty Speakers

Selections from Volume 30, 1950-1951

(Issue No. 5, Sept. 29, 1950: news article, front page) All Students Urged to Participate In 'Crusade for Freedom'
(Issue No. 6, Oct. 3, 1950: news article, front page) Faculty Condemns Regents' Acts
(Issue No. 7, Oct. 6, 1950: news article, front page) Weltin Back After Signing Oath Letter
(Issue No. 7, Oct. 6, 1950: news article, front page) Students Probe Oath Question
(Issue No. 8, October 10, 1950: editorial, p. 2) One Side of the Loyalty Oath

 

 

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