In the April 1965 issue of Cavalier magazine, Paul Krassner wrote: "There was, of course, one Berkeley administration official who mustered up his oversimplification gland and labeled the protest there as not much more than a "civil rights panty raid.'"
Krassner also wrote: "There is an Establishment (translate: in-power) point of view about events such as these -- usually predictable but nevertheless in a state of limited flux -- and the mass media serve as vehicles for and reflections of the Establishment point of view." What if Rupert Murdoch is the Establishment?
Now the disk jockey will give some Berkeley musicians a bit of exposure by playing the "Fixing to Die" rag, "Run through the Jungle," and "Long as I can see the Light." We have to go and try to buy a copy of Eye magazine. Have a "hella-groovy" type week.