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Charles A. Anderson ; Stanford Research Institute

Everyone who is exposed to the realities of daily life in the U.S. is aware of the fact that dissenting students are not hesitating to make their dissatisfaction with the establishment known, and, in fact, are taking direct action to implement their various causes. In a number of instances their target has been defense-oriented research on the campus; an example of this was the pressure in recent months to achieve control of research programs at SRI. As this article points out, the militants need not be victorious¿their actions in themselves are enough to affect the climate within which the researcher must work. Furthermore, as these ``new'' students leave the university to enter industry, they take their attitudes with them. As a result, a whole new philosophy of management is becoming necessary.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 12 )