Revolution at the LSE

Students in London in the 1960s believed that they could change the world with occupations and sit-ins. When the authorities built steel gates at the London School of Economics - the students couldn't let them stand. Our history programme Witness hears from two former revolutionaries about those heady days of protest.

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Tue 12 Jan 2010 08:50 GMT

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