Further Reading

Setting the Stage

“The Expectation Gap” published in Sally Port, Reed’s alumni magazine 1948-1971. Courtesy of the Reed Digital Collection, Sally Port Magazine, Vol 29 no. 4, Feb 1970.

William Trufant Foster, Comrades of the Quest, found in Reed College Archives, 5.

Reeds Take to the Streets

Allen First, “Demonstration I,” The Quest, October 31, 1966.

John Sheshy, Comrades of the quest: an oral history of Reed College. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2012.

Laura Ross, “Defending the Citadel,” Reed Magazine, Winter 2009, http://www.reed.edu/reed_magazine/winter2009/features/defending_the_citadel/index.html.

“Letters of Candidacy,” The Quest, December 10, 1968.

Quinn Spencer, “Faculty Power, Dissent, and the Secret History of Black Studies at Reed,” The Grail, September 28, 2017, http://www.reedthegrail.com/newsandfeatures/2017/9/28/faculty-power-dissent-and-the-secret-history-of-black-studies-at-reed.

Ronnie Hemdon, “B.S.U.” The Quest, November, 18 1968.

The Institution’s Response

Benjamin McKendall, “The Expectation Gap: notes from behind the frontier,” Sallyport 29, no. 4 (February 1970).

Benjamin McKendall, “Urban Kids and the College Scene,” Oct. 2, 1971.

“Rational Discourse!” The Quest, October 8, 1969.

Reed College: An Overview (1966-1972). Admission documents 1951­present. Reed College Hauser Library Special Collections and Archives.

“The Freshman Article.” The Quest. September 18, 1969.