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"Are you opposed to homosexual relations between consenting adults?" "Do you drink alcoholic beverages?" "Are you opposed to the dissemination of birth control devices to college students by the infirmary? "Would you favor the elimination of legal sanctions prohibiting the use of marijuana?" The answers these questions have elicited over the past seven years convince Dr. Kenneth Hayes that a social revolution has slowly and quietly changed the attitudes of students attending UMO.


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