I've been going through files out in the garage recently. I've saved a bunch of paper from high school on forward and although I should be doing something more in the realm of throwing it away, I've been fascinated by some of what has popped up.
The following petition was posted on the door to the library in law school in 1975, my second year. I tore it down in a fury and drafted a response, although I never put it up. But it was interesting to come across this piece of crap recently, because at the time, it was a real reflection of a rather large proportion of males' thinking in law school. The names signed, of course are not valid--they're either made up or someone signed someone else's name. In particular it was quite cruel to put Laura Haller's name down. She was a woman in my class who was an outspoken women's lib advocate and I am sure the resentment against her ran fierce and deep. You can click on the petition below to enlarge it.