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Dyres, Russell, and Quarenteli, E.L. Disruption on Campuses of Ohio Colleges and Universities. Columbus: Ohio State University, 1970.

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Jaworski, Leon. The Right and the Power. New York: Reader's Digest, 1976.

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"Allison." Produced by Richard Meyers. San Francisco: Canyon Cinema, 1971.

"Confrontation at Kent State." Produced by Richard Meyers. San Francisco: Canyon Cinema, 1971.

"Fifth Victim." Produced by Kevin Irvine. Boston University Thesis, 1978.

"Kent!" Produced by Gregory Payne. Speech Communication Department. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (Not for commercial use.) 1975.

"Kent State" Produced by Inter Planetary Productions and Osmond Communications, 1981. "Part of the Family." Produced by Raul Ronder. New York: Morning Films, 1971.

"Victim Within." Produced by Harry R. Wirth. Kent State University, 1978.

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