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The University of California, Berkeley is often credited as the origin of the Free Speech Movement in the 1960s, which lifted bans on on-campus political activities not just at Berkeley but on college Campuses across the country. However, based on recent events, however, whether the university continues to stand by those morals is up to debate.

The University of California, Berkeley is often credited as the origin of the Free Speech Movement in the 1960s, which lifted bans on on-campus political activities not just at Berkeley but on college Campuses across the country. However, based on recent events, however, whether the university continues to stand by those morals is up to debate.

The University of California, Berkeley is often credited as the origin of the Free Speech Movement in the 1960s, which lifted bans on on-campus political activities not just at Berkeley but on college Campuses across the country. However, based on recent events, however, whether the university continues to stand by those morals is up to debate.

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