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The Nation

April 06, 1986

Purdue University police in West Lafayette, Ind., dismantled an anti-apartheid shack and arrested 22 people who refused to end their demonstration, while protesters hastily rebuilt a symbolic shantytown outside the Wisconsin Capitol in Madison 14 hours after it was torn down. At Yale University in New Haven, Conn., students told about 150 supporters they would continue to occupy shanties there until the school sells its investments in companies that do business with South Africa.

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