Students for a Democratic Society

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The Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) was a radical protest group active on many college campuses, including Columbia, during the 1960s. It played a major role in fomenting the 1968 protests. Columbia sociology professor Todd Gitlin was once its president.

It was reactivated in Spring of 2007 with the support of 60s chairman Mark Rudd.

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