#40 According to SDSU's library database, there are at least five copies of Mein Kampf on the shelves, plus one copy of its "unpublished sequel" (who knew?), in addition to many volumes of critical material about it. UC Berkley's library has even more copies - in several languages.
When I was in the army I got popped for having "communist" material in my locker - a Communist Workers Party newspaper I bought at an anti-apartheid demonstration from a hot Irishy-looking chick in front of the South African embassy in London. I was told I could not be in possession of "communist propaganda." My defense was that our modest post library had a copy of Mein Kampf as a matter of official policy, so nothing in my newspaper ought to be considered objectionable by comparison. I "won" to the extent that one can win such battles in the army, but....
Anyway, it seems hypocritical that relatively ambiguous slogans from students are seen as problematic when universities provide copies of the motherlode of actual Nazi propaganda as a matter of policy: