Pathetic attempt by Kramer to examine the difficulties hard-working college administrators faced during the 1960s when radicals tried to take over schools. Quinn stars as a well-liked, anti-establishment college professor who sleeps with graduate student Ann-Margret (boy, he's hip!) and
suddenly finds himself thrown into the position of college president when student radicals led by Lockwood and Winfield take over the school, forcing the current president to resign. Quinn is chosen by the administration because of his popularity with the students. He soon wins the students over
with his laid-back style, and the radicals sit down to negotiate. Lockwood and Winfield ...