A new radicalism developed in the United States during the 1960's, in large part as an outgrowth of college student concern with a variety of political issues, most of them not inherently radical. The tone of the student protest has been marked by political moralism combined with alienation from the conditions of life in middle-class America. Despite the movement's basic roots in the middle class, there are grounds for believing that it is spreading to the industrial working class as well.
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