The decade of the 1960s was a time of great change in the United States.
The apathy, conformity, and often unquestioned platitudes of the 1950s disappeared in angry waves of activism, confrontation, and protests.
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With increasing incidents of sit-ins, campus take-overs, marches, and demonstrations, much of the public yearned for the tranquility and stability of the 1950s.
Opportunistic political figures on a local, state, and national level expounded a solution to the problems of protest utilizing key words such as discipline, order, and law.
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The issues involved the role of the student in large universities, free speech, racial equality, and opposition to the expanding military involvement in Southeast Asia.
Questions concerning these issues were raised throughout the country and, in 1969, rocked the campus at the University of Wyoming.
Part of the solution to societal unrest was a concerted effort by local, state, and university leadership to form plans to prevent or mitigate protests.
Another facet of the White backlash was the plethora of conspiracy theories used to explain the protests of Blacks and students. Edgar Hoover of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and California governor Ronald Reagan, openly stated the student movement and the Black movement were directed by communists.
-- Former Kentucky star Rex Chapman told a newspaper that school officials tried to stop him from dating black women or at least "hide it" rather than inflame fans."There were certain aspects of my time there that were really ugly," Chapman, who is white, said in a story published by The Courier-Journal on Monday.