Index
Activism: in American Sociological Associa-
tion (asa), 101–5, 112–15; and Berkeley
Free Speech Movement (fsm), 92, 95; on
campuses, 5–9, 65–66, 90–91, 93, 95, 96–
98, 115–19, 125–27, 261–68; civil rights
movement and, 50, 92–95, 197–99, 211,
298 n.2, 309 n.8, 310 nn. 9, 10, 11; in com-
munities, 4–6, 87–89, 115–27, 162–63,
210–11, 261–68, 287–89, 316 n.63; and con-
servative movement, 217–18, 225–30, 270–
71; female studies and feminist studies
and, 7–9, 87–89, 115–27, 123–25, 210–11,
261–67, 287–88; and Heritage Foundation
Resource Bank, 225–28, 237–38; and In-
dustrial Areas Foundation (iaf), 6–7, 235;
and Intercollegiate Studies Institute (isi),
229, 351 n.30; and Leadership Institute
(li), 228; and Midwestern State Univer-
sity (pseudonym), 261–67; in Modern
Language Association (mla), 105–15, 316
n.51; National Journalism Center (ncf)
and, 228–29; New Jersey Project and,
235–36; NEW Leadership and, 253–60;
New Left and, 64, 92–96, 131, 239, 298 n.2,
309 n.8, 310 nn. 9, 11; New University
Conference (nuc) and, 93, 96–98, 105–6,
209, 311 n.13; Public Leadership Educa-
tion Network (plen) and, 253; as site of
incubation for feminism, 91–101, 309 n.8,
310 n.9, 312 n.22; teaching of, and Free
Congress Foundation (fcf), 228; Young
America’s Foundation and, 229
Ad Hoc Women’s Institute and Resource
Center (wirc), Portland State University,
153
A≈rmative action: conservative opposition
to, 270–74, 359 n.2; implementation and
resistance to, 63–69, 78–79, 270, 303 n.40;
laws and guidelines, 63–67, 303 n.40; law-
suits, policy initiatives, and voter refer-
enda, 67–78, 217, 270–86, 360, 361 n.21, 362
n.22
African Americans: civil rights movement
and, 50, 92–95, 197–99, 211, 298 n.2, 309
n.8, 310 nn. 4, 10, 11; and feminist studies,
191–92, 195–201, 341 nn. 69, 70, 71, 342 nn.
72, 73, 74, 343 nn. 78, 80; in NEW Leader-
ship, 259–60; in universities, 192–94, 340
n.65; and work by and about African-
American women, 194–201, 341 nn. 69,
70, 71, 342 nn. 72, 73, 74. See also A≈rma-
tive action; Civil rights movement; Dis-
crimination, race; Racism
Ahlum, Carol, 119, 154
Alco√, Linda, 208–9
Alexander, Marianne, 253, 258
American Civil Rights Institute (acri), 272,
273
American Council on Education National
Identification Program (acenip), 65
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