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The spring of 1970

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The burning of the Kansas Union wasn't the first incident of social unrest in 1970. In February, members of the Black Student Union confiscate all copies of the University Daily Kansan and threw them into Potter Lake. The BSU was protesting the refusal of employees at the KU Printing Service to print what they consider to be a “highly inflammatory and obscene publication” for the BSU.


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