One, Two, Three, Many Disorientation Guides

I think there has been a dramatic increase in the popularity of Disorientation Guides.

These date back to the Sixties, when activists started handing out an alternative guide to the university and community to counter the propaganda of the administration (and the regular student manual).

They continued to be popular in the 80s and 90s due to the efforts of the Progressive Student Network and later the Movement for Democracy and Education.

Now they are even more popular due to the diffusion via the Internet which makes it easy to see copies from other schools, and due to the new Students for a Democratic Society whose chapters are doing radical student activism and making guides.

I've got a
Disorientation Guide Collection of 20 guides.