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Left-Wing Radicalism collection, 1933-2007 (bulk 1965-1979; 1990-2000)

Overview of the Collection

Title
Left-Wing Radicalism collection
Dates
1933-2007 (bulk 1965-1979; 1990-2000) (inclusive)
Quantity
5.25 linear feet
Collection Number
Pam 04
Summary
The eleven boxes of pamphlets, periodicals, fliers, and booklets that make up this collection were mainly produced by radical Left organizations, including the League for Industrial Democracy, the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), and the Weathermen. Most of the material dates from the time period 1965-1979.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and The University of Montana-Missoula.

Languages
English, Spanish


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The eleven boxes of pamphlets, periodicals, fliers, and booklets that make up this collection were mainly produced by radical Left organizations, including the League for Industrial Democracy, the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), and the Weathermen. The bulk of the material dates from the time period 1965-1979, with the greatest concentration from the Vietnam era. Much of the material contained in this pamphlet collection originated in Seattle and focuses on a variety of issues such as the incarceration of political activists, human rights violations, communism, and anarchism.

While much of the subject matter in this collection was considered radical at the time of publication, over time certain topics, such as the discussion of human rights violations, came to be considered less radical. These items still remain in the collection as a way to preserve the historical record.

The collection contains a number of mimeographed ephemeral items produced for internal circulation by SDS, Student Union for Peace Action (SUPA), and other groups, as well as outreach material. There is also material produced by the governments of the Soviet Union, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, and the People’s Republic of China.

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Restrictions on Use

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes.

Preferred Citation

Left-Wing Radicalism Collection, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana-Missoula.

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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Topical, 1933-1998Return to Top

1.5 linear feet

The bulk of this series features items from the far-left and student protest movement. Much of the material is fliers produced in Seattle.

This series is filed alphabetically by topic, then chronologically when possible.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Affirmative Action
The Bakke Case: Threat to Affirmative Action.Seattle: Co-sponsored by the Y.S.A., n.d. (flier)
undated
OS 12/1
Affirmative Action
Progress--Not Bakke.Seattle: National Committee to Overturn the Bakke Decision, n.d. (flier)
undated
1/2
African-American/Black Power Movement
Crime among Our People.Detroit: Committee for Political Development, n.d.
Carmichael, Stokely.Black Power and the Third World.Ontario: Third World Information Service, 1967.
1967 and undated
1/3
African-American/Black Power Movement: Malcolm X
Memorial Meeting in Honor of Malcolm X.Seattle: Freedom Socialist Party-South Branch, 1978. (flier)
1978
1/4
Age Discrimination
Gray Panthers of Seattle. Age and Youth in Action.Seattle: Gray Panthers, n.d.
undated
1/5
Anarchism
Hamon, Augustin F. Anarchist Peril: The Psychology of the Anarchist. Vancouver: Pulp Press, 1970.
Gambone, L. Laughter Is Bourgeois! The Roots of Political Correctness.Montreal: Red Lion Press, 1995.
Gambone, L. Revolution & Reformism: The Split between "Moderates" and "Revolutionaries" in French Anarcho-Syndicalism.Montreal: Red Lion Press, 1995.
Gambone, L. Sane Anarchy.Montreal: Red Lion Press, 1995.
Gambone, L. Cosmic Dialectics: Joseph Dietzgen's Libertarian Philosophy.Montreal: Red Lion Press, 1996.
Gambone, L. Proudhon and Anarchism: Proudhon's Libertarian Thought and the Anarchist Movement.Montreal: Red Lion Press, 1996.
1970 - 1996
1/6
Apartheid
Bush, Kimberly."Civilized Labor"--The South African Response to the Poor White Problem.1967.
General Strike!!! Is Answer to Apartheid Aboard [Abroad], Racism and Union-busting at Home.Seattle: International Committee against Racism, n.d. (flier)
Stop the Sale of the Krugerrand!Seattle: Southern Africa Study/Action Group, American Friends Service Committee, 1978.(flier)
Refugees from Apartheid.Seattle: American Friends Service Committee, Steven Biko Memorial Committee, 1978. (flier)
1967 - 1978 and undated
1/7
Burchett, Wilfred
Burchett, Wilfred.North Korea Rebuilt.New York: The National Guardian, 1967. (Newspaper article published 22 July 1967)
Wilfred Burchett: the Situation in Southern Africa.Seattle: Red and Black Books Collective, n.d.
[The following is taken from Chapter 1 of "Again Korea?" by Wilfred Burchett].1968. [Distributed by Students for a Democratic Society]
1967 and undated
1/8
Child Advocacy
Washington Symposium on Children's Justice Presents!!! Ken Wooden.Seattle: Washington Public Interest Research Group (WashPIRG), Washington Students for Children's Justice, n.d.
undated
1/9
Communalism/Cooperatives
Bread and Roses School.Seattle: Bread and Roses School, n.d.
Live It!: Communalism.Canyon: Canyon Collective, 1971.
1971 and undated
1/10
Communalism/Cooperatives
Cann, Jack, et.al.Read This Paper!, Or, If They Get You Asking the Wrong Questions, They Don't Have to Worry About the Answers, Or, the C.O., Love 'em or Leave 'em. Minneapolis: 1976.
1976
1/11
Communism
Morris, George. The Trotskyite 5th Column in the Labor Movement.New York: New Century Publishers, Inc, 1945.
On the Struggle against Revisionism. New York: Communist Party, U.S.A, 1946.
Foster, William Z.The Meaning of the 9-Party Communist Conference.New York: New Century, 1947.
Dennis, Eugene. Dangerous Thoughts: The Case of the Indicted Twelve.New York: New Century Publishers, 1948.
Engelstein, David, and Carl Hirsch. A Tale of Two Workers.New York: New Century Pub., 1949.
Bachrach, Marion. Amnesty!New York: New Century Publishers, 1952.
Hutchins, Robert M., and Mike Wallace. A Mike Wallace Interview with Robert M. Hutchins.New York: Produced by the American Broadcasting Co. in association with Fund for the Republic, 1958. (transcript of television series "Mike Wallace Interview")
1945 - 1958
1/12
Communism: China
The China Question.Syracuse: Syracuse University, 1965. [A collection of excerpts on the China Problem, compiled by faculty members and students at Syracuse University.]
1965
1/13
Communism: China
Lin, Biao [Piao]. Long Live the Victory of People's War! In Commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of Victory in the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japan.Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1967.
Education, a Critique from China. Pedagogical Theory: Bourgeois or Socialist ?New York: Far East Reporter, 1970.
Important Books on China. Vietnam & the Third World. Catalog No. 29.San Francisco: China Books & Periodicals, 1975.
1967 - 1975
OS 12/2
Communism: Cuba
Rius [Eduardo del Rio]. Cuba for Beginners.San Francisco: Peoples Press, 1972. (cartoon)
1972
1/14
Communism: Puerto Rico
Foster, William Z. The Crime of El Fanguito: An Open Letter to President Truman on Puerto Rico. New York: New Century Publishers, 1948.
1948
1/15
Community Organizing
Benefit Party/Dance.Seattle: n.d. (flier)
So, You Organized a Demonstration..."Now What?"Seattle: n.d. (flier)
Let's Keep the Market That We Voted for in 1971.n.d. (flier)
Hamberg, Jill, Paul Booth, Mimi Feingold, and Carl Wittman. Where It's at: A Research Guide for Community Organizing. Boston: New England Free Press, 1967.
[Untitled letter from the Left Bank Bookstore in Seattle, WA.]Seattle: Left Bank Collective, 1978.
1967 - 1978 and undated
1/16
Conscription, Opposition to
Buck, Pearl S., et. al.New Evidence of the Militarization of America: A Report Issued by Pearl Buck...and Others.Washington, D.C.: National Council Against Conscription, 1949.
1949
1/17
Draft Resistance
Yoder, Michael L. Statements of Religious Bodies on the Conscientious Objector. Washington D.C.: National Service Board for Religious Objectors, 1963.
Channeling. [This is an unedited, official Selective Service System memorandum.].Minneapolis: Reproduced by Twin Cities Draft Information Center, n.d.. (originally published by the Selective Service System in 1965 and withdrawn in 1967)
Swomley, Jr., John M. Twenty-five Years of Conscription.San Francisco: American Friends Service Committee, Northern California Regional Office, 1967. [Originally published in the 12 April 1967 issue of "The Christian Century.]
Russel Wills vs. United States of America.Seattle: Russel Wills Defense Fund Committee, n.d. (flier)
[Untitled manuscript "prepared by lawyers and law students for laymen."].n.d.
1963-1967 and undated
1/18
Draft Resistance
The Draft?: A Report Prepared for the Peace Education Division of the American Friends Service Committee.New York: Hill and Wang, 1968.
Tatum, Arlo. Handbook for Conscientious Objectors. 10th ed.Philadelphia: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1969.
Blackman, Allan.Face to Face with Your Draft Board.Berkeley: World without War Council, 1969.
Tatum, Arlo. Handbook for Conscientious Objectors. 11th ed.Philadelphia: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1970.
Satin, Mark I. Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants to Canada. Toronto: Toronto Anti-Draft Programme, 1971.
Tatum, Arlo. Handbook for Conscientious Objectors. 12th ed.Philadelphia: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1972.
End the Slaughter in Indochina. End the Draft.Washington, D.C.: National Council to Repeal the Draft, 1971.
1968-1972
1/19
Feminism and Women's Liberation
Together with Women Everywhere.Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, n.d.
Vidal, Mirta. Chicanas Speak Out. Women: New Voice of La Raza.New York: Pathfinder Press, 1971.
Po.None of Us Is Smarter Than All of Us.Seattle: Brenca Carter c/o Left Bank Books, 1976.
Women's Liberation and Imperialism.San Francisco: Prairie Fire Organizing Committee, 1977.
Benefit for Rosa Morales. Chicano Soul Disco.Seattle: Committee in Defense of Students and Workers Rights, Radical Women, 1977. (flier)
International Women's Day. Salute to Women Freedom Fighters around the World.Seattle: 1978. (flier)
A Call to Feminists: Defend Vida Hadjebi Tabrizi!New York: Committee for Artistic and Intellectual Freedom in Iran, n.d. (flier)
Houston Conference & the Women's Movement.Seattle: In These Times Associates, n.d. (flier)
Celebrate International Women's Day!Seattle: Ad Hoc Group of Independent Women, n.d. (flier; written in English and Spanish)
Fri. Nov. 11. Comedienne Willie Tyson: Story teller, song writer, 12 string guitar, lead vocal.Seattle: Women's Coffee Coven, n.d. (flier)
1971 - 1978 and undated
2/1
Feminism and Women's Liberation: Men's Resource Center
Men Who Care, Do Childcare!!Seattle: Men's Resource Center, n.d. (flier)
undated
2/2
Grand Juries
Thompson, Kate, and Tina Versoza. Just a Few Easy Questions: A Look at Federal Grand Juries.Edge City Comix, Jack Rabbit Press, 1975.
National Conference against Grand Jury Repression of the Puerto Rican and Chicano/Mexicano Movements.Chicago: National Committee against Grand Jury Repression, 1977.
Grand Jury Subpoena.Seattle: Seattle Committee to Stop the Grand Jury, n.d. (flier; two copies)
Jail for Katie? Why??Seattle: Seattle Committee to End Grand Jury Abuse, n.d. (flier)
1975 - 1977 and undated
2/3
Healthcare
This Will Kill You.Committee for the Nation's Health, n.d.
undated
2/4
Human Rights Violations
An Evening of Films.Seattle: Seattle Human Rights Coalition, n.d. (flier)
People's Permanent Lobby to Coordinate and Mobilize Further Action to End War, Racism, Poverty, Repression.1971. (flier)
1971 and undated
2/5
Human Rights Violations: Cambodia
[Untitled booklet containing documents by various Kampuchean organizations including the Kampuchea National United Front for National Salvation and the Kampuchean People's Revolutionary Council.].n.d.
Nguyẽ̂n, Khá̆c V, and Françoise Corrèze. Kampuchea 1981. Eyewitness Reports.Hanoi: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1981.
The Chinese Rulers' Crimes against Kampuchea.Kampuchea: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, People's Republic of Kampuchea, 1984.
1981 - 1984 and undated
2/6
Human Rights Violations: Chile
Campaign for Disappeared Political Prisoners in Chile.Seattle: Non-Intervention in Chile, n.d.
undated
2/7
Human Rights Violations: East Timor
Franke, Richard W.East Timor: The Hidden War. 2nd ed.New York: East Timor Defense Committee, 1978.
1978
2/8
Human Rights Violations: The Philippines
An Evening in Solidarity with Filipino Political Prisoners.Seattle: Friends of the Filipino People, n.d. (flier)
undated
2/9
Incarceration: Brown, H. Rap
Let Rap Rap!Los Angeles: H. Rap Brown Defense Fund, 1968. (flier; letter from H. Rap Brown)
Let Rap Rap!Los Angeles: H. Rap Brown Defense Fund, 1968. (flier; petition requesting H. Rap Brown's release)
1968
2/10
Incarceration: Brown, Rita
Brown, Rita D.Court Statement--1/11/78.1978. (flier)
Brown, Rita D.A Short Autobiography.n.d. (flier; missing pages)
Bookstore Benefits for Rita Brown Defense Committee.Seattle: n.d. (flier)
Attica. A Linda Firestone Film.Seattle: n.d. [A benefit for the Rita Brown Defense Committee.] (flier)
1978 and undated
2/11
Incarceration: Davis, Angela
Davis, Angela Y. Frame-up: The Opening Defense Statement Made by Angela Y. Davis, March 29, 1972.San Francisco: National United Committee to Free Angela Davis, 1972.
1972
2/12
Incarceration: Inmates for Action (IFA)
The Atmore-Holman Brothers & the IFA.Birmingham: IFA Defense Committee, 1975.
1975
2/13
Incarceration: Mooney, Thomas
Symes, Lillian. Our American Dreyfus Case: A Challenge to California Justice.Los Angeles: Inter-religious Committee for Justice for Thomas J. Mooney, 1935.
1935
2/14
Incarceration: Newton, Huey
Why? The Huey Case.The Guardian?, 1968.
1968
2/15
Incarceration: Peltier, Leonard
Leonard Peltier Convicted.Suquamish: Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, n.d.
The Trials of Leonard Peltier. The American Court System: Justice or Manipulation?Port Angeles: Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, n.d. (flier)
Free Leonard Peltier! Free the People!Port Angeles: Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, n.d.
A.I.M. Activists Dino and Nilak Butler Speak on...Port Angeles: Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, n.d. (flier)
The Longest Walk and Native Political Prisoners.Port Angeles: Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, 1978. (flier)
1978 and undated
2/16
Incarceration: Prisoners' Rights
Rally for Justice.Seattle: Prisoners Rights Organization, United Families and Friends of Prisoners, n.d. (flier)
National Day of Solidarity with Prisoners.Seattle: Washington Coalition against more Prisoners, 1978. (flier)
1978 and undated
2/17
Incarceration: Riverside Three
The Frame-Up: Outrage in the Desert. The Political Trial of Gary Lawton, Nehemiah Jackson, and Larrie Gardner.San Bernardino: The Riverside Political Prisoners Defense Committee, 1973.
1973
2/18
Incarceration: Sexual Minorities
Behind Bars: Political Perspectives on Prisons.Seattle: The Union of Sexual Minorities, 1978. (flier)
1978
2/19
Incarceration: Wanrow, Yvonne
Benefit - All Proceeds go to Yvonne's Defense.Seattle: Red and Black Books Collective, n.d. (flier)
A Cultural Benefit for Yvonne Wanrow.n.d. (flier)
Free Yvonne Wanrow. Defend Our Right to Fight Back.Jack Rabbit Press, n.d. (flier)
Berkeley Women's Music Collective - Benefit Concert.Seattle: Yvonne Wanrow Defense Committee, n.d. (flier)
Free Yvonne Wanrow. Come to the Court Hearing.Seattle: Yvonne Wanrow Defense Committee, 1978. (flier; two copies)
1978 and undated
2/20
Incarceration: Wilmington Ten
Roots of the Case of the Wilmington Ten.Norfolk: Prisoners Solidarity Committee, n.d.
undated
2/21
Incarceration: Women's Prisons
From Women in Prison Here to Women of Viet Nam: We Are Sisters.San Francisco: Peoples Press, 1975.
Women Behind Bars: An Organizing Tool.Washington, D.C,: Resources for Community Change, 1975.
Break De Chains of Legalized U.$. Slavery.North Carolina: Triangle Area Lesbian Feminists. Prison Book Project., 1976.
1975-1976
2/22
Incarceration: Woods, Desiree
The Story of Dessie Woods.San Anselmo: Dessie Woods Support Coalition, 1977.
Free Dessie Woods. Smash Colonial Violence.San Anselmo: Dessie Woods Support Coalition, 1978.
Free Dessie Woods.San Anselmo: Dessie Woods Support Coalition, n.d. (flier)
1977 - 1978 and undated
2/23
Indigenous Resistance and Solidarity
Americanism is the Answer.1974. [Reprinted from "Akwesasne Notes."]
Native American Solidarity Committee.Seattle: NASC, n.d.
The Question That You Ask?Seattle: NASC?, n.d. (two copies)
In the Spirit of Total Resistance.Minneapolis: Profane Existence, n.d.
Forbes, Jack D.
October 12. Day of Solidarity. Day of International Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples of the Americas.Seattle: NASC, n.d.
1974 and undated
OS 12/3
Indigenous Resistance and Solidarity
Newe Sogobia is Not for Sale!Western Shoshone Defense Project, n.d.
undated
2/24
Law Enforcement/Security
Stop Government Spying!Seattle: Coalition on Government Spying, n.d. (flier)
The F.B.I. is in Town...Don't Talk!Seattle: National Lawyers Guild, n.d.
Segal, Jeff. Stop S-1!: An Analysis of the Criminal Justice Codification, Revision, and Reform Act of 1975.New York: The Guardian, 1976.
1976 and undated
2/25
Law Enforcement/Security: Sexual Minorities
Are You a "Moral Nuisance?"Seattle: Washington Coalition for Sexual Minority Rights, 1977. (flier)
1977
2/26
Marxism
Flores, Angel, and Mikhail A. Lifshit︠s︡. Literature and Marxism: A Controversy by Soviet Critics.New York: Critics Group, 1938.
Lewis, John. Marxism and Modern Idealism.New York: International Publishers, 1945. (two copies)
Klingender, F D. Marxism and Modern Art.New York: International Publishers, 1945.
Ignatin, Noel. " ... No Condescending Saviors".Chicago: Sojourner Truth Organization, 1976.
1938 - 1976
2/27
Marxism: Poland, Student protest movement in
Zambrowski, Antoni, Isaac Deutscher, and Jacek Kuroń. Revolutionary Marxist Students in Poland Speak Out, 1964-1968.New York: Merit Publishers, 1968.
1968
2/28
Nuclear Disarmament/Nuclear Power
Stover, Fred W. Atomic Blessing or Atomic Blasting?Des Moines: Farmers Union Defense Committee, 1950.
Hudson, Richard.The Binding Triad. To Prevent World War III the World Needs a Way to Make up Its Mind.New York: Center for War/Peace Studies, 1981.
The MX vs American Agriculture (A Necessary Comparison).Scottsbluff: No MX, n.d.
You Are Invited to a Forum on the Australian Anti-Nuclear Movement.Seattle: Crabshell Alliance, International Socialist Organization, n.d. (flier)
June 24. Stop SATSOP (and Shutdown Trident on May 22).Seattle: Crabshell Alliance, n.d. (flier)
This Thanksgiving, Do Something for Them.Seattle: n.d. (flier)
How to Blow up the World: The Challenge of Disarmament.Seattle: n.d. (flier)
The Last Resort.Seattle: n.d. (flier)
Demonstration at Chem Nuclear.Seattle: Crabshell Alliance, n.d. (flier)
1950 - 1981 and undated
3/1
Pacifism
Speak Truth to Power. A Quaker Search for an Alternative to Violence: a Study of International Conflict.Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, 1955.
Come to Stay! Nonviolent Mass Actions for Peace & Justice.Washington, D.C.: Philadelphia Resistance, People's Coalition for Peace & Justice, n.d.
1955 and undated
3/2
Poetry
Alburnoz, Numa, et. al.Poetry for the People.San Francisco: Taureau Horn Press, 1976.
1976
3/3
Poetry: Latin American Resistance
Randall, Margaret, translator.This Great People Has Said "Enough" and Has Begun to Move: Poems from the Struggle in Latin America.San Francisco: Peoples Press, 1972.
1972
3/4
Press and Publishing
Al-Fadhly, Waleed S, and Gary D. Shapiro. How to Publish a Highschool Underground Newspaper.Los Angeles: Al-Fadhly and Shapiro Bank Note Co., 1970.
AK Press Distribution. 1998 Catalog.San Francisco: AK Press, 1998.
1970 - 1998
3/5
Race Relations
Alpenfels, Ethel J. Sense and Nonsense About Race.New York: Friendship Press, 1946.
1946
OS 12/4
Revolution/Independence Movements
Rifkin, Jeremy.The Bicentennial of what? A Revolution!Washington, D.C.: Peoples Bicentennial Commission, 1976.
1974
Box/Folder
3/6
Revolution/Independence Movements: Angola
From Slavery to Freedom: A Story from Angola.San Francisco: Peoples Press, 1976.
1976
3/7
Revolution/Independence Movements: Chile
4 Days Only. The Battle of Chile.n.d. (flier)
undated
3/8
Revolution/Independence Movements: Guatemala
Bonpane, Blase.Our Latin Vietnam.Woodmont: Promoting Enduring Peace, 1968. [Reprinted from the "Los Angeles Times," February 11, 1968.] (flier)
1968
3/9
Revolution/Independence Movements: Middle East
Radical Arab-Jewish Alliance Statement of Purpose--(RAJA).Seattle: RAJA, n.d.
Do You Know What's Happening to the Palestinians in the Middle East?Seattle: Ad Hoc Committee for Freedom and Independence in the Middle East, n.d.
undated
3/10
Revolution/Independence Movements: Puerto Rico
Anton, Peter. Puerto Rico: The Graveyard of American Liberalism.Doncaster: Socialist Union (Internationalist), 1975.
Puerto Rico Educational: Slide Show, Talk, Music.Seattle: Seattle Lawyers Guild, Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee, n.d. (flier)
Sterilization Abuse in Puerto Rico.San Francisco: The Puerto Rican Solidarity Committee, n.d.
1975 and undated
3/11
Revolution/Independence Movements: Russia
Strod, Ivan I. A. Civil War in the Taiga: A Story of Guerrilla Warfare in the Forests of Eastern Siberia.New York: International Publishers, 1933.
Lessons of the Russian Revolution.Seattle: International Socialist Organization, n.d. (flier)
1933 and undated
3/12
The Right
A Citizen's Guide to the Right Wing.Washington, D.C.: Americans for Democratic Action, 1978.
1978
3/13
Student Protest Movement
Lash, Joseph P. The Campus Strikes against War.New York: Student League for Industrial Democracy, 1934.
Brick, Allan. The Campus Protest against ROTC.Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, Peace Education Program, 1960.
A Student's Guide to Protesting.. San Francisco: 1993. (two copies)
1934 - 1993
3/14
Student Protest Movement, Analysis of
Weissman, Stephen and Doug Tuthill.Freedom and the University.Nashville: Motive, 1965.
Hancock, Robert K.From the Campus: Perceptions of the American Political Structure.1968. [A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, March 22, 1968, San Francisco, CA.] (Written by a student at the University of Montana-Missoula)
1965 - 1968
3/15
U.S. Imperialism
Magdoff, Harry. Economic Aspects of U.S. Imperialism.New York: Monthly Review Press, 1966.
1966
3/16
Undocumented Workers/Immigrants
Carlisle, Harry.The Evolution of the Immigration and Nationality Law.Los Angeles: The Los Angeles Committee for Protection of Foreign Born, 1961.
Commemorating Mexican Independence Day. In Defense of Undocumented Workers.Seattle: Freedom Socialist Party, 1977. (flier)
The Militant Forum Presents the Film..."The Unwanted."Seattle: n.d. (flier)
What is the C.C.I.C.?Seattle: Citizens for Classification of Interracial Children, n.d. (flier)
Benefit Dance. In Defense of the Undocumented.Seattle: CASA-H.G.T., Coalition for Fair Immigration Laws & Practices, n.d. (flier)
1961 - 1977 and undated
3/17
Vietnam: Correspondence
[Various letters and bulletins].New York: Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Permanent Mission to the United Nations, 1982-85.
1982 - 1985
3/18
Vietnam: Domestic Politics
Phạm, Văn Đ. On the Problem of the State.Hanoi: Foreign Language Pub. House, 1983.
1983
3/19
Vietnam: Foreign Relations with China
Who Has Destroyed Vietnamese-Chinese Friendship?Hanoi: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1983.
1983
3/20
Vietnam War
A Call to War Tax Resistance.New York: War Tax Resistance, 1971.
Tenth Anniversary Celebration of the End of the Vietnam War.Berkeley: U.S. The U.S. Vietnam Friendship Association, The Association of Vietnamese in the U.S., 1985
Federal Military Non-Security Note.Missoula: 1970. (fake dollar bill)
1970 - 1985
4/1
Vietnam War, Analysis of
Powell, Devereux.Vietnam Primer: Political Background of the War in Vietnam.Cincinnati: Service Center?, 1960. (two copies)
University City Vietnam Summer. Vietnam Fact Sheet.n.d.
1960 and undated
4/2
Vietnam War, Analysis of
Viet-nam: An Inquiry. The Legality, Morality, Necessity, and Effectiveness of the American Military Presence in Viet-Nam.Austin: University of Texas, 1965.
Participant's Manual for the Vietnam Simulation.Clarkson: Canadian Peace Research Institute, 1966.
King, Martin L., John C. Bennett, Henry S. Commager, Abraham J. Heschel, and Reinhold Niebuhr. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. John C. Bennett, Dr. Henry Steele Commager, Rabbi Abraham Heschel Speak on the War in Vietnam.New York: Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Vietnam, 1967.
1965 - 1967
4/3
Vietnam War: Humanitarian Efforts
The Committee of Responsibility to Save War-Burned and War-Injured Vietnamese Children.Los Angeles: Committee of Responsibility, 1967.
Robbins, Jhan.Two Little Boys from Tayninh.New York: The Hearst Corporation, 1967. (article originally published in "Good Housekeeping")
Perry, Richard E. and Robert J. Levin.Where the Innocent Die.New York: McCall Corporation, 1967. (article originally published in "Redbook")
1967
4/4
Vietnam War: Prisoners of War (POWs)
Ho Chi, Minh. Prison Diary. 7th ed.Hanoi: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1983.
1983
4/5
Vietnam War: War Crimes
Soviet Peace Committee.U.S. Aggression in Vietnam: Crime against Peace and Humanity.Moscow: Novosti Press Agency, 1965.
U.S. Crimes in Vietnam.Hanoi: Vietnam Courier, 1967.
Chinese War Crimes in Vietnam: Document.Hanoi: Vietnam Courier, 1979.
1965 - 1979
4/6
Volunteerism
Eberly, Donald J. A Profile of National Service.New York: Overseas Educational Service, 1966.
1966

Series II:  Organizations and Revolutionary Groups, 1964-2007Return to Top

0.5 linear feet

This series features literature produced by specific radical organizations in the United States and Canada. The bulk of the materials was published during the 1960s and 1970s.

Draft Resistance-Seattle was a protest group in the Seattle, Washington-area that actively opposed the draft during the Vietnam war. They burned draft cards, staged solidarity protests along the Canadian border, and partnered with the local SDS chapter to organize anti-war protests on college campuses.

Located in Seattle, Washington, the George Jackson Brigade was a urban guerrilla group that opposed both corporate and state institutions. They claimed to have committed a number of crimes, including bank robberies and pipe bombings. They also executed the successful jailbreak of one of their members.

Students for a Democratic Society was an activist group that grew out of the Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and helped fuel the student protest movement of the 1960s and 1970s. One of the best known student organizations of the Vietnam-era, the SDS boasted Thomas Hayden, who later became a California state senator, as a founding member. The group, with Hayden's help produced the Port Huron Statement, one of the best known political manifestos of the 1960s.

The Student Union for Peace Action was a Toronto-based organization during the 1960s and 1970s that opposed both the war in Vietnam and the nuclear arms race. The group promoted student activism on Canadian campuses as well as championed racial equality and an end to human rights violations.

The Weather Underground Organization, more commonly referred to as the Weathermen, was a splinter group of the SDS. The organization advocated for a militant approach to social activism, with the goal of overthrowing the U.S. government and establishing a society ruled by the working class.

This series is filed alphabetically by organization title then sub-categorized alphabetically by topic.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4/7
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO)
CCCO's Expanding Programs for a World at War.Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2003.
Annual Report 2003-2004.Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2004.
[April 2005 letter.]Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2005.
[October 2005 letter.]Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2005.
[April 2006 letter.]Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2006.
[July 2006 letter.]Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2006.
[October 2006 letter.]Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2006.
[February 2007 letter.]Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2007.
[May 2007 letter.]Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2007.
[September 2007 letter.]Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2007.
[December 2007 letter.]Oakland: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2007.
2003 - 2007
4/8
Draft Resistance-Seattle
Draft Resistance, Seattle Activities.Seattle: DR-Seattle, n.d.
A Summer Program for Re-Classified Students.Seattle: DR-Seattle, n.d.
A I-A and Delinquent Program: The Seattle Model.Seattle: DR-Seattle, n.d.
undated
4/9
George Jackson Brigade
Political Statement of the George Jackson Brigade.Seattle: The George Jackson Brigade, 1977.
The Theory and Practice of Armed Struggle in the Northwest.Seattle: The George Jackson Brigade, n.d.
1977 and undated
4/10
Student League for Industrial Democracy/League for Industrial Democracy
Kolko, Gabriel.Distribution of Income in the United States.New York: Student League for Industrial Democracy, 1955.
Howe, Irving.On the Nature of Communism and Relations with Communists.New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1966.
Harrington, Michael.On Democratic Change.New York: League for Industrial Democracy, n.d.
1955 - 1966 and undated
4/11
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
Hayden, Thomas, et. al.The Port Huron Statement. 2nd. ed.New York: SDS, 1964.
Minnis, Jack. The Care and Feeding of Power Structures.Nashville: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1964. [Distributed by Students for a Democratic Society]
Oglesby, Carl. Statement of Carl Oglesby, President of Students for a Democratic Society, March on Washington, November 27, 1965.Ithaca: Students for a Democratic Society, 1965.
Zweig, Michael.Some Reflections on a Radical Movement.Champagne-Urbana: SDS, 1965. [A paper for the SDS Education Conference]
The Black Rebellion. SDS Position Paper.SDS, 1967.
Gilbert, David, and David Loud.U.S. Imperialism.Chicago: SDS, 1968.
Wind in the Fields: A Report on Farm Labor.San Francisco: SDS, 1968.
Gallagher, Paul, and Ed Spannaus. Kennedy, Rockefeller and the Kerner Report: Sharing the Poverty.New York: SDS Labor Committee, 1969?
Students for a Democratic Society! A Radical National Union of Students.New York: SDS, n.d.
[Letter to a potential member].New York: SDS, n.d.
Self Determination.n.d. (flier)
Johnson, Leif.The Knowledge Industry: Bureaucratic Capitalism's University System.New York: SDS Labor Committee, n.d.
Davidson, Carl.An Internal Education Proposal or What We Gotta Do to Get Smart.SDS, n.d.
1964 - 1969 and undated
4/12
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS): Radical Education Project
Johnson, Steven.U.S. Foreign Policy and Imperialism. Study Guide 4.Ann Harbor: Radical Education Project, SDS, 1966.
Lemisch, Jesse.Towards a Democratic History.Ann Harbor: Radical Education Project, SDS, 1967.
Walzer, Ken, and Dennis Gregg.A Seminar on Radicalism in American History. Study Guide 5.Ann Harbor: Radical Education Project, SDS, 1967.
R.E.P. Literature List.Ann Harbor: Radical Education Project, SDS, n.d.
1966 - 1967 and undated
4/13
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS): Radicals in the Professions
Gottlieb, Bob, and Marge Piercy.Beginning to Begin to Begin. Movement for a Democratic Society.Radicals in the Professions, SDS, n.d. [Article reprinted from Radicals in the Professions, vol. 1, no. 5]
Fein, Ollie, and Charlotte Fein.Notes on Alternatives Facing the Radical in Medicine.Ann Arbor: Conference on Radicals in the Professions, 1967.
Lowinger, Paul.The Doctor as a Political Activist: A Progress Report.Ann Arbor: Conference on Radicals in the Professions, 1967.
McEldowney, Carol.The Radical and the Welfare System.Ann Arbor: Conference on Radicals in the Professions, 1967.
Wegman, David.A Radical Doctor and the Dilemmas of Medical Practice.Ann Arbor: Conference on Radicals in the Professions, 1967.
Cloke, Ken. Law and the Radical Lawyer.Ann Arbor: Conference on Radicals in the Professions, 1967.
Peattie, Lisa.Reflections on Advocacy Planning.Ann Arbor: Conference on Radicals in the Professions, 1967.
Glotta, Ronald.The Radical Lawyer and the Dynamics of a Rent Strike.Ann Arbor: Conference on Radicals in the Professions, 1967.
Ginger, Ann Fagan.The Movement and the Lawyer.Ann Arbor: Conference on Radicals in the Professions, 1967.
1967 and undated
5/1
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS): Vietnam War
Webb, Lee, and Paul Booth. The Anti-War Movement: from Protest to Radical Politics.Chicago: Students for a Democratic Society, 1965.
March on Washington to End the War in Vietnam. April 17, 1965.New York: SDS, 1965. (flier)
Political Programme of the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation.Giai Phóng, 1967. (reprinted by the SDS)
President Muddies Waters with Pueblo.Chicago: SDS, 1968?
"Something Is Happening, But You Don't Know What It Is, Do You, Mr. Jones?"...n.d. [distributed by SDS] (flier)
Webb, Lee.Vietnam and the Unions.Chicago: SDS, n.d.
Webb, Lee.Churches and the War.Chicago: SDS, n.d.
1965 - 1968 and undated
5/2
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
[Letter].Atlanta: SNCC, 1966.
Citizens Amicus Brief in Support of H. Rap Brown's Appeal from his Bail Restrictions.Atlanta: SNCC, 1967.
Police Terror in Nashville.Atlanta: SNCC, 1968.
Statement on Georgia Attack on SNCC.; Statement of SNCC Supporting Julian Bond.Atlanta: SNCC, n.d.
1966 - 1968 and undated
5/3
Student Union for Peace Action (SUPA)
[Letter from Alan Marks to Don Roebuck that begins "At the Grindstone Conference on Campus Organizing..."].Regina: SUPA, n.d.
A Few Proposed Agenda Items for Grindstone Conference on Campus Organizing, 5-11 September.Regina: SUPA, n.d.
Roebuck, Don.Notes on Campus Organizing.Regina: SUPA, n.d.
Information Sheet about Campuses.Regina: SUPA, n.d.
Report on Vietnam Action Plan.Regina: SUPA, n.d.
On the Canadian Involvement in the Vietnam War. An Open Letter to the 26th Parliament and the Government of Canada.Regina: SUPA, n.d. [draft only, not for publication].
Special Vietnam Action Bulletin.Regina: SUPA, n.d.
RIPP Memo #2. "Participate in Participatory Democracy."Regina: SUPA, n.d.
SUPA Literature List.Regina: SUPA, n.d.
Viet Nam Action Committee Report #3.Regina: SUPA, n.d.
Harding, Jim.The Relevance of SUPA in 1966.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
Canada / Vietnam Week. Ottawa. March 1-5. Bulletin No. 1.Ottawa: SUPA, 1966.
Canada / Vietnam Week. Bulletin No. 2.Ottawa: SUPA, 1966.
Worklist Mailing. No. 3.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
Worklist Mailing. No. 4.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
Worklist Mailing. No. 5.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
Worklist Mailing. No. 7.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
Worklist Mailing. No. 8.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
Worklist Mailing. No. 9.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
Mayor, Jim.Worklist Mailing. No. 11.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
Mayor, Jim.Worklist Mailing. No. 12.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
Mayor, Jim.Worklist Mailing. No. 14.Regina: SUPA, 1966.
[Partial document].SUPA, n.d.
1966 and undated
5/4
Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA)
Harris, Emily, Bill Harris, Russell Little, and Joseph Remiro.The Last SLA Statement. An Interview with Russ, Joe, Bill and Emily.Berkeley: Bay Area Research Collective, 1976.
1976
5/5
Weather Underground Organization (Weathermen)
The Object Is to Win.Seattle: Communications Co., 1971.
The Split of the Weather Underground Organization: Struggling against White and Male Supremacy.Seattle: John Brown Book Club, 1977.
1971 - 1977
5/6
Weather Underground Organization (Weathermen): Prairie Fire Organizing Committee
Fighting the State's Attacks. A Statement from Prairie Fire Organizing Committee.n.d.
undated
5/7
Wisconsin Draft Resistance Union
Wisconsin Draft Resistance Union. [This pamphlet consists of four case studies...].Madison: Wisconsin Draft Resistance Union, n.d.
Wisconsin Draft Resistance Union.[This pamphlet originally appeared in "Connections"...].Madison: Wisconsin Draft Resistance Union, n.d.
undated
5/8
Young People's Socialist League
Young Socialist Review (YSR).Philadelphia: National Education Committee, Young People's Socialist League, 1940.
1940
5/9
Zapatistas
Zapatista Army of National Liberation. The Fourth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle.Austin: Accion Zapatista de Austin, 1996.
1996

Series III:  Periodicals, 1938-2007Return to Top

3.25 linear feet

Much of the material in this series was produced during the 1990s and focuses on left-wing issues such as environmentalism, anarchism, labor relations, and communism. There are a couple of periodicals that focus specifically on marijuana legalization.

None of the periodicals in this collection represent a complete run and date ranges vary widely. Often only a few issues of a particular title exist within the collection. Where possible, subject keywords and/or short descriptions of the publication are listed with the title.

Certain organizations published more than one title, for example the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors published three separate periodicals—CCCO News Notes, News Notes of the CCCO, and The Objector. In each case titles have been filed alphabetically within the series rather than grouped together under the organization name.

This series has been filed alphabetically by periodical title then chronologically when possible. When only one issue of a particular title exist within the collection, that item has been filed under the Miscellaneous category and sub-categorized by subject.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/10
Adbusters
Published by: Media Foundation, Vancouver
2 items
Keywords: Advertising, Social aspects of; Marketing; Media
Fall 1995 - Winter 1996
5/11
Anarchy
Published by: Columbia Anarchist League, Columbia
4 items
Keywords: Alternative media; Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Armed resistance; Cooperatives
Summer 1992 - Summer 2001
5/12
Canvas, The
Published by: Grassroots Party of Minnesota, Minneapolis
4 items
Keywords: Drug prohibition; Marijuana/hemp legalization; Peron, Dennis
Summer 1992 - Spring 1996 and undated
5/13
CCCO News Notes
Published by: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, Philadelphia
6 items
Keywords: Conscientious objection; Draft resistance; Pacifism
This quarterly serial was published from 1970 to 1995. It replaced the CCCO's bi-monthly newsletter "News Notes of the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors," which was published from 1949-1969."News Notes of the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors" is located in Box 9, Folder 2.
Summer 2004 - Fall 2006
5/14
Clamor
Published by: Clamor Magazine, Bowling Green
5 items (including duplicates)
Keywords: Ageism; Environmentalism; Feminism; Labor relations; Mental health issues; Prisons; Popular culture; Social activism; Youth movement
November 2001 - August 2002
5/15
Clamor
Published by: Clamor Magazine, Bowling Green
5 items
Keywords: Ageism; Environmentalism; Feminism; Labor relations; Mental health issues; Prisons; Popular culture; Social activism; Youth movement
September 2002 - August 2003
6/1
Coalition For Prisoners' Rights Newsletter
Published by: Coalition for Prisoners' Rights, Prison Project of Santa Fe, Santa Fe
15 items
Keywords: Civil rights; Crime; Death penalty; Incarceration; Legal status; Prisoners' rights
July 1992 – January 1997
6/2
Collective Action Notes
Published by: Collective Action, Baltimore
3 items
Keywords: Class conflict; Labor relations; Socialism; Workers' rights
1995 – 1996
6/3
Dialectics
Published by: Critics Group, New York
3 items
Keywords: Literary history; Literary theory, Marxist; Marxism
1938 - 1939
6/4
Draft Resistance-Seattle Newsletter
Published by: Draft Resistance-Seattle
8 items
Keywords: Draft counseling; Draft resistance; Student protest movement; Vietnam War
February 1968 – November 1968
OS 13/1
Earth First! Journal
Published by: Earth First!
3 items
Keywords: Environmentalism; Land use; Progressive politics
December 1981-December 1982 and undated
6/5
Extra!
Published by: Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR), New York
3 items
Keywords: Journalism; Mass media; Reporting
September 1993 - December 1995
OS 13/1
Fifth Estate
Published by: Fifth Estate Newspaper, Detroit
4 items
Keywords: Anarchism; Class conflict; Industrialization; Revolution; Socialism
Winter 1992 - Fall 1996
OS 13/2
Gramma-Weekly Review
Published by: Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, Havana
3 items
Keywords: Communism; Cuba; Vietnam War
June 1969 - August 1969
6/6
Ground Zero
Published by: Center for Nonviolent Action, Poulsbo
2 items
Keywords: Nonviolent resistance; Nuclear disarmament; Pacifism
Fall 1986 - Winter 1986
6/7
Impact Press
Published by: Loudmouth Productions, Orlando
5 items
Keywords: Alternative media; Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Revolution
June 2001 - July 2002
6/8
Impact Press
Published by: Loudmouth Productions, Orlando
4 items
Keywords: Alternative media; Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Revolution
August 2002 - March 2003
6/9
Infinite Onion, The
Published by: Infinite Onion, Colorado Springs
2 items
Keywords: Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Revolution; Zapatistas
May 1994 - January 1995
OS 13/3
Inner Voice
Published by: Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, Eugene
2 items
Keywords: Environmental ethics; Forest conservation
November 1994 - February 1995
6/10
Katuah Journal
Published by: Katúah Province, Leicester
4 items
Keywords: Agriculture; Appalachian region; Bioregional studies; Environmentalism; Industrialization; Sustainability
Winter 1991 - Fall 1992
OS 13/4
Libertad (in English & Spanish)
Published by: National Commission for Democracy in México, El Paso
3 items
Keywords: Armed resistance; Comandante Ramona; Human rights; Mexico; Mexico, Revolution in; Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN)
August 1996 – December 1996
6/11
Libertarian Labor Review
Published by: Libertarian Labor Review Collective, Champaign
3 items
Keywords: Anarchism; Anarchism, Green; Industrialization; Labor movement; Socialism; Union labor; Workers' rights
Summer 1993 – Summer 1995
OS 13/4
Live Wild or Die
Published by: Live Wild or Die Collective, Berkeley
3 items (including duplicates)
Keywords: Anarchism; Class conflict; Environmentalism; Nuclear disarmament
undated
7/1
Loudmouth
Published by: Women's Resource Center (California State University), Los Angeles
3 items
Keywords: Feminism; Queer Studies; Women college students
Spring 2004 - Fall 2004
7/2
Love and Rage (in English & Spanish)
Published by: Love & Rage Supporters, Minneapolis
6 items
Keywords: Abu-Jamal, Mumia; Anarchism; Class conflict; Immigration; Incarceration; Prisoners' rights; Revolution; Workers' rights; Zapatistas
July 1992 - February 1997
OS 13/5
Madison Edge, The
Published by: Edge Cooperative, Madison
2 items
Keywords: Feminism; Political activism; Prisoners' rights; Progressive politics; Race relations
June 1992 - July 1992
OS 13/5
Match!, The
Published by: Student Libertarian Action Movement, Tucson
18 items (including duplicates)
Keywords: Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Atheism; Class conflict; Revolution; Student protest movement
July 1971 - February 1976
7/3
Match!, The
Published by: Student Libertarian Action Movement, Tucson
3 items
Keywords: Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Atheism; Class conflict; Revolution; Student protest movement
Summer 1993 - Spring 2000
7/4
Match!, The
Published by: Student Libertarian Action Movement, Tucson
3 items (including duplicates)
Keywords: Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Atheism; Class conflict; Revolution; Student protest movement
Winter 1996 - Winter 1998
7/5
Match!, The
Published by: Student Libertarian Action Movement, Tucson
3 items
Keywords: Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Atheism; Class conflict; Revolution; Student protest movement
Winter 1998 - Spring 2000
7/6
Mesechabe
Published by: Delta Greens & the Center for Gulf South History and Culture, Inc., New Orleans
3 items
Keywords: Bioregional studies; Ecology, Human; Environmentalism; Geography; Indigenous heritage; Sustainability
Spring 1989 - Winter 1994
7/7
Miscellaneous: Anarchism
General Strike. Mid-Jan. thru mid-April.Richmond: General Strike, n.d. [A Radical View of Richmond.]
Libertarian Analysis. Vol. I, No. 4.New York: Libertarian Analysis, 1971.
The Poor, the Bad and the Angry. Issue 2.Oakland, CA: Poor, the Bad, and the Angry, 1995. [A Magazine for Power-Hungry Proletarians.]
Rabble Review. Summer 1997.Arlington: Rabble Review, 1997. [Encouraging a Healthy Disrespect for Authority.]
News from Nowhere. No. 1.Eugene: News from Nowhere, 2002.
1971 - 2002
8/1
Miscellaneous: Anarchism
Slingshot. 2005 Organizer.Berkeley: Slingshot Collective, 2005.
2005
OS 12/5
Miscellaneous: Anarchism
The Gentle Anarchist. No. 12.Lawrence: Co-operative Economics, 1986.
Onward. Vol. 2, Issue 1.Gainesville: The Onward Collective, 2001. [Anarchist News, Opinion, Theory, and Strategy of Today.]
1986 - 2001
8/2
Miscellaneous: Class Conflict
Contraband. Off-Spring 1999.Atlanta: Contraband, 1999. [The Journal of Fugitive Thought.]
New Democracy. Double Issue. May-August 2002.Boston: New Democracy, 2002.
1999 - 2002
OS 12/5
Miscellaneous: Class Conflict
The Indypendent.New York: New York City Independent Media Center, 2002.
2002
8/3
Miscellaneous: Communism
Communism. No. 9. Bruxelles: Internationalist Communist Group, 1995. [Central Review in English of the Internationalist Communist Group.]
1995
OS 12/5
Miscellaneous: Communism
MIM Notes. No. 110.Ann Arbor: Maoist Internationalist Movement, 1984. [Official Newsletter of the Maoist Internationalist Movement.]
1996
8/4
Miscellaneous: Conspiracy Theories
Verbivore: The Industry Leader. Issue 3.New York: East Village Socialist Cheese Exchange, 1996.
1996
8/5
Miscellaneous: Economic Development, Cambodia
Indochina Chronicle. "Underdevelopment in Cambodia."Washington, D.C.: Indochina Resource Center, 1976.
1976
8/6
Miscellaneous: Education
We Like Drop Out.Sacramento: Drop Out, n.d. (two copies)
undated
8/7
Miscellaneous: Environmentalism
TRANET. No. 73.Rangeley: TRANET, 1991.
Paper Wrench.Austin: Earth First! Austin, 1995. ["Working Day and Night for Industrial Collapse."]
Culture Change. Issue 19.Arcata: Sustainable Energy Institute, 2001.
1991 - 2001
8/8
Miscellaneous: Feminism and Women's Liberation
Quest: A Feminist Quarterly. Vol. V, No. 1.Washington, D.C.: Quest: a feminist quarterly, Inc., 1979.
1979
OS 12/5
Miscellaneous: Feminism and Women's Liberation
Feminist Voices. Vol. 9, No. 3/4.Madison: 1996. [A Free Madison Area News Journal: by Women for Women.]
1996
8/9
Miscellaneous: Healthcare
The New Rules.Minneapolis: Institute for Local Self-Reliance, 2001.
2001
8/10
Miscellaneous: Human Rights
Vietnam Today: Newsletter of the US/Vietnam Friendship Association. Vol. 7, No. 4.San Francisco: US/Vietnam Friendship Association, 1970.
Southeast Asia Chronicle. Issue No. 68.Berkeley: Southeast Asia Resource Center, 1979.
Asia Insights. Issue 2.Washington, D.C.: Asia Resource Center, 1986.
1970 - 1986
8/11
Miscellaneous: Incarceration
The Convict Writer. Winter 1992.West Liberty: E. KY Correctional Complex, 1992.
Convictions. Vol. 2, No. 1.Corvallis, OR: Convictions, Inc, 1992.
1992
OS 12/6
Miscellaneous: Incarceration, Mumia Abu-Jamal
The Jamal Journal. Issue 5.Philadelphia: Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal, 1995.
1995
8/12
Miscellaneous: Incarceration, Rita Brown
Fuzz Watch. Issue 3.Seattle: Public Support for the George Jackson Brigade Committee, 1978.
1978
8/13
Miscellaneous: Incarceration, Leonard Peltier
Crazy Horse Spirit.Rapid City: Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, 1978.
1978
8/14
Miscellaneous: Independence Movements, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico Libre! Vol. V, No. 6.New York: Puerto Rican Solidarity Committee, 1977.
1977
8/15
Miscellaneous: Law Enforcement/Security
CounterSpy. Vol. 3, Issue 1.Washington, D.C.: Committee for Action/Research on the Intelligence Community, Organizing Committee for a Fifth Estate, 1976.
CovertAction Quarterly. No. 55.Washington, D.C.: Covert Action Publications, 1995.
1976 - 1995
8/16
Miscellaneous: Media
Radio Resistors Bulletin. Issue 10.Bellingham: Radio Resistor's Bulletin, 1995.
1995
OS 12/6
Miscellaneous: Media
Reclaiming the Airwaves.Berkeley: Free Radio Berkeley & the Free Communications Coalition, 1995.
1995
8/17
Miscellaneous: Military
Storm Warning! No. 32.Seattle: Vietnam Veterans Against the War (Anti-Imperialist), 1995.
1995
8/18
Miscellaneous: Nuclear Disarmament
The Nuclear Reactor. Summer 1995.Santa Fe, N.M: Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety, 1995.
1995
OS 12/6
Miscellaneous: Nuclear Disarmament
Nuclear Reactions. Special Edition. Summer 1982.New York: Nuclear Reactions, 1982.
1982
8/19
Miscellaneous: Pacifism
Peacemakers, Inc. Vol. 3, No. 1.Dallas: Peacemakers, Inc., 1992.
1992
8/20
Miscellaneous: Political Activism
GroundWork. Issue 5.San Francisco: Tides Foundation, 1995.
Left Turn. Vol. 1, Issue 2.New York: Left Turn, 2001.
1995 - 2001
OS 12/7
Miscellaneous: Political Activism
Canvass. Vol. 1, Issue 1.San Francisco: Canvass Magazine, 1990.
Doing Democracy. Vol. 4, Issue 1.Brattleboro: Institute for the Arts of Democracy, Center for Living Democracy, 1997.
The Progressive Populist. Vol. 8, No. 13.Storm Lake: The Progressive Populist, 2002. [A Journal from America's Heartland.]
D.C. Free Press. Vol. 1, No. 6.Washington, D.C.: D.C. Independent Media Center, 2001.
1990 - 2002
8/21
Miscellaneous: Press and Publishing
Alternative Press Review. Vol. 2, No. 2.Columbia: C.A.L. Press, 1995.
1995
8/22
Miscellaneous: Student Protest Movement
Praxis. Vol 3, No. 3.Oshkosh: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Alternative Press, 1996. ["Uniting Theory and Practice."]
1996
OS 12/8
Miscellaneous: Student Protest Movement
Spring Movement.Washington, D.C.: Washington, Spring, 1971.
Helix. Seattle: n.d. (periodical published between 1967-1970)
Voice.Northampton: Voice, 2001. [The Pioneer Valley's corporate-free press.]
1971 and undated
8/23
Miscellaneous: Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
Bulletin. Vol. 3, No. 6.New York: SDS, 1965.
1965
OS 12/8
Miscellaneous: Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
New Left Notes. Vol. 4, No. 14.Chicago: SDS, 1969.
1969
8/24
Miscellaneous: Vietnam War
Vietnam.Hanoi: Xunhasaba, 1968.
1968
8/25
Miscellaneous: Weather Underground Organization
Osawatomie. Vol. 2, No. 2.Seattle: Weather Underground Organization, 1976.
Breakthrough. Vol. 1, No. 3-4.San Francisco: PFOC, 1977. [Political Journal of Prairie Fire Organizing Committee.]
1976 - 1977
9/1
New Age Patriot
Published by: New Age Patriot, Dearborn Heights
3 items
Keywords: Clinton administration; Drug prohibition; Marijuana/hemp legalization; Social activism
Winter 1993 - Winter 1995
OS 13/6
New Patriot
Published by: Johnny Appleseed Patriotic Publications, Chicago
4 items
Keywords: Bush administration; Clinton administration; Environmentalism; Industrialism; Iran-Contra; Progressive politics; Reagan administration
July 1992 - April 1993
9/2
News Notes (of the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors)
Published by: The Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, Philadelphia
5 items
Keywords: Conscientious objection; Draft resistance; Pacifism
This bi-monthly serial was published from 1949-1969 when it was replaced by "CCCO News Notes," a quarterly newsletter that ran from 1970 to 1995."CCCO News Notes" is located in Box 5, Folder 12.
March 1965 - June 1968
9/3
North Coast Xpress
Published by: Xpress Action, Occidental
3 items
Keywords: Industrialism; Kosovo; Law enforcement; Prisoners' rights; Security; Social justice
Winter 1998 - Summer 1999
9/4
Nuclear Resister, The
Published by: The Nuclear Resister, Tucson
7 items
Keywords: Environmentalism; Nonviolent resistance; Nuclear disarmament; Nuclear waste; Pacifism; Political activism; Trident
June 1992 – September 1996
9/5
Objector, The
Published by: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, Philadelphia
2 items
Keywords: Conscientious objection; Draft resistance; Pacifism
January 2005 - July 2005
OS 13/6
People's Tribune
Published by: Communist Labor Party of the United States of North America, National Organizing Committee, Chicago
3 items
Keywords: Class conflict; Communism; Labor relations; Poverty; Social programs; Workers' rights
February 1994 - October 1995
9/6
Positive Health News
Published by: Keep Hope Alive, West Allis
2 items
Keywords: Alternative medicine; HIV/AIDS advocacy
undated
OS 13/7
Profane Existence
Published by: Profane Existence Collective, Minneapolis
5 items
Keywords: Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Armed resistance; Class conflict; Punk culture; Punk music; Revolution
The Summer 2008 issue contains a CD of punk music.
Winter 1992 -Summer 2008
9/7
Progressive Review, The
Published by: Progressive Review, Washington, D.C.
9 items
Keywords: Class conflict; Clinton administration; Elections; Healthcare; Political activism; Progressive politics; Taxation
May 1992 – December 1996
9/8
Radical History Review
Published by: MARHO, New York
2 items
Keywords: Anarchism; Class conflict; Communism; History; Industrialism; Labor relations; Union labor
Fall 1975 – Spring 1976
9/9
Radicals in the Professions Newsletter
Published by: Radical Education Project, SDS, Ann Arbor
4 items
Keywords: Class conflict; Draft resistance; Education; Imperialism; Political activism; Student protest movement; Students for a Democratic Society
November 1967 - September 1968
OS 13/7
Shadow, The
Published by: Shadow Press, New York
13 items (including duplicates)
Keywords: Alternative media; Anarchism; Anti-establishment; Class conflict; Conspiracy theories; First Amendment; Law enforcement; Political activism; Revolution; Race relations; Security
April 1992 – January 1999 and undated
9/10
Slingshot
Published by: Slingshot Collective, Berkeley
10 items (including duplicates)
Keywords: Alternative media; Anarchism; Capitalism; Class conflict; Environmentalism; Law enforcement; Political activism; Race relations; Social programs; Student protest movement
Summer 1995 - Fall 1997
9/11
Solidarity with Vietnam
Published by: Bureau of the International Conference for Solidarity with the People of Vietnam against U.S. Imperialist Aggression and for the Defence of Peace, Hanoi
2 items
Keywords: International relations; Vietnam War
October 1966 - November 1966
9/12
Struggle
Published by: Detroit Branch of the Marxist-Leninist Party, Detroit
7 items
Keywords: Class conflict; Communism; Feminism; Labor relations; Marxism; Political activism
Winter 1995 - Spring 2000
10/1
Struggle
Published by: Detroit Branch of the Marxist-Leninist Party, Detroit
10 items
Keywords: Class conflict; Communism; Feminism; Labor relations; Marxism; Political activism
Summer 2000 - Spring 2004
10/2
Studies on the Left
Published by: Studies on the Left, Madison
3 items
Keywords: New Left; Socialism
1959 – 1961
10/3
SUPA Newsletter
Published by: Student Union for Peace Action, Toronto
7 items
Keywords: Nonviolent resistance; Political activism; Student protest movement; Vietnam War
November 1966 - June 1967 and undated
10/4
Turning the Tide
Published by: Prison Activist Resource Center (P.A.R.T.), Burbank; People Against Racist Terror (P.A.R.T.), Culver City
8 items
Keywords: Abu-Jamal, Mumia; Anti-racism; Immigration; Ku Klux Klan; Law enforcement; Militia movement; Nazism; Peltier, Leonard; Police brutality; Prisons; Race discrimination; Social activism
September 1994 - Spring 1999
10/5
Turning the Tide
Published by: Prison Activist Resource Center (P.A.R.T.), Burbank; People Against Racist Terror (P.A.R.T.), Culver City
11 items
Keywords: Abu-Jamal, Mumia; Anti-racism; Immigration; Ku Klux Klan; Law enforcement; Militia movement; Nazism; Peltier, Leonard; Police brutality; Prisons; Race discrimination; Social activism
Summer 2000 - Spring 2004
10/6
Viva Vine, The
Published by: The VivaVegie Society, New York
3 items
Keywords: Animal rights; Health; Nutrition; Organic agriculture; Vegetarianism
September 1995 - November 1996
11/1
Youth Truth
Published by: Americans for a Society Free from Age Restrictions, Chicago
31 items
Keywords: Child labor laws; Child protection services; Drinking age; Education; Political activism; Voting-age restrictions; Youth rights movement
November 1999 - December 2001
11/2
Youth Truth
Published by: Americans for a Society Free from Age Restrictions, Chicago
31 items
Keywords: Child labor laws; Child protection services; Drinking age; Education; Political activism; Voting-age restrictions; Youth rights movement
January 2002 - Spring 2007