The Resource The sixties papers : documents of a rebellious decade, [edited] by Judith Clavir Albert and Stewart Edward Albert

The sixties papers : documents of a rebellious decade, [edited] by Judith Clavir Albert and Stewart Edward Albert

Label
The sixties papers : documents of a rebellious decade
Title
The sixties papers
Title remainder
documents of a rebellious decade
Statement of responsibility
[edited] by Judith Clavir Albert and Stewart Edward Albert
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The turbulent decade of the 1960s has been analyzed and interpreted by numerous journalists and scholars. The former movement leaders, Judith Albert and Stewart Albert "tell it like it was", presenting material generated by the social protest movements. Challenging the prevailing view that the decade failed to produce influential enduring ideas, the authors demonstrate that the new left and counterculture produced a coherent body of critical thought about the nature of American society
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HN65
LC item number
.S563 1984
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1943-
  • 1939-2006
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Albert, Judith Clavir
  • Albert, Stewart Edward
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • USA
  • USA
  • Social movements
  • Radicalism
  • Radicalism
  • Social conditions
  • Social movements
  • Radikalismus
  • Geschichte (1960-1970)
  • Soziale Bewegung
  • Radikalismus
  • Soziale Bewegung
Label
The sixties papers : documents of a rebellious decade, [edited] by Judith Clavir Albert and Stewart Edward Albert
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 56-63
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Considering the 1960s. Finding the 1960s in the 1950s -- Sit-ins, SNCC, and the Emergence of political rebellion -- The rise of the new left -- The mass culture of rebellion -- 1968 : the movement -- 1969 : "the revolution" -- 1970 : the women's rebellion -- The decade ends -- Prophetic visions : formative ideas. HOWL / Allen Ginsberg -- The causes of World War III / C. Wright Mills -- Letter to the new left / C. Wright Mills -- The white Negro / Norman Mailer -- The civil rights and Black power movements. Pilgrimage to nonviolence / Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. -- SNCC : founding statement -- SNCC position paper : women in the movement -- SNCC position paper: Vietnam -- SNCC speaks for itself -- The ballot or the bullet / Malcolm X -- Sex and caste : a kind of memo / Casey Hayden and Mary King -- What we want / Stokely Carmichael -- Rebellion in Newark / Tom Hayden -- Die nigger die! / H. Rap Brown -- The Black Panther Party : platform and program -- For a woman / Erika Huggins -- Revolutionary suicide : the way of liberation / Huey P. Newton -- SDS. The Port Huron statement -- The triple revolution -- One dimensional man / Herbert Marcuse -- Speech to the April 17, 1965 march on Washington / Paul Potter -- An SDS antiwar leaflet : November 27, 1965
  • The look is you / Naomi Jaffe and Bernadine Dohrn -- Columbia liberated / The Columbia Strike Coordinating Committee -- Bring the war home / SDS -- You do need a weatherman / Shin'ya Ono -- The 1960s : achievement/turning point / The Weather Underground Organization -- The antiwar movement. How the United States got involved in Vietnam / Robert Scheer -- The whole thing was a lie / Don Duncan -- The Fort Hood three : the case of the three GIs who said "no" to the war in Vietnam : three speeches / Pvt. Dennis Mora, Pvt. David Samas, and PFC James Johnson -- Nightmares of empire / The Wall Street Journal -- Prison poem / Ho Chi Minh -- We shall win and so will you / Ho Chi Minh -- The revolted / Carl Oglesby -- Unmasking genocide / Dave Dellinger -- No door to tomorrow / Lee Felsenstein -- The conspiracy trial : the chaining and gagging of Bobby Seale -- The conspiracy trial : a witness's testimony -- Revolutionary letter #7 / Diane DiPrima -- Revolutionary letter #34 / Diane DiPrima -- The war is over! / Phil Ochs -- The counterculture. Revolutionary letter #4 / Diane DiPrima -- On making a perfect mess / Keith Lampe -- Notes toward a statement on anarchism and theatre / Julian Beck
  • The birth of the yippie conspiracy / Paul Krassner -- Revolution for the hell of it / Abbie Hoffman -- Festival of life / Ed Sanders -- Buddhism and the coming revolution / Gary Snyder -- People's Park : free for all / Stew Albert -- Who owns the park? : a leaflet / F.J. Bardacke -- Do it! / Jerry Rubin -- Been down so long it looks like up to me / Konstantin Berlandt -- Radical psychiatry and community organizing / Joy Marcus -- The women's rebellion. The S.C.U.M. manifesto / Valerie Solanis -- The myth of the vaginal orgasm / Anne Koedt -- Sexual politics : a manifesto for revolution / Kate Millett -- Birth control pills and Black children : the sisters reply -- Poor Black women / Patricia Robinson -- Declaration of war / Ti-Grace Atkinson -- The dialectic of sex / Shulamith Firestone -- Double jeopardy : to be Black and female / Frances Beale -- Goodbye to all that / Robin Morgan -- To a white male radical / a Berkeley sister -- Hello to all that / Genie Plamondon -- Alphabet soup / Karen Durbin
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxiv, 549 pages
Isbn
9780030636172
Lccn
84015105
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)10997209
Label
The sixties papers : documents of a rebellious decade, [edited] by Judith Clavir Albert and Stewart Edward Albert
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 56-63
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Considering the 1960s. Finding the 1960s in the 1950s -- Sit-ins, SNCC, and the Emergence of political rebellion -- The rise of the new left -- The mass culture of rebellion -- 1968 : the movement -- 1969 : "the revolution" -- 1970 : the women's rebellion -- The decade ends -- Prophetic visions : formative ideas. HOWL / Allen Ginsberg -- The causes of World War III / C. Wright Mills -- Letter to the new left / C. Wright Mills -- The white Negro / Norman Mailer -- The civil rights and Black power movements. Pilgrimage to nonviolence / Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. -- SNCC : founding statement -- SNCC position paper : women in the movement -- SNCC position paper: Vietnam -- SNCC speaks for itself -- The ballot or the bullet / Malcolm X -- Sex and caste : a kind of memo / Casey Hayden and Mary King -- What we want / Stokely Carmichael -- Rebellion in Newark / Tom Hayden -- Die nigger die! / H. Rap Brown -- The Black Panther Party : platform and program -- For a woman / Erika Huggins -- Revolutionary suicide : the way of liberation / Huey P. Newton -- SDS. The Port Huron statement -- The triple revolution -- One dimensional man / Herbert Marcuse -- Speech to the April 17, 1965 march on Washington / Paul Potter -- An SDS antiwar leaflet : November 27, 1965
  • The look is you / Naomi Jaffe and Bernadine Dohrn -- Columbia liberated / The Columbia Strike Coordinating Committee -- Bring the war home / SDS -- You do need a weatherman / Shin'ya Ono -- The 1960s : achievement/turning point / The Weather Underground Organization -- The antiwar movement. How the United States got involved in Vietnam / Robert Scheer -- The whole thing was a lie / Don Duncan -- The Fort Hood three : the case of the three GIs who said "no" to the war in Vietnam : three speeches / Pvt. Dennis Mora, Pvt. David Samas, and PFC James Johnson -- Nightmares of empire / The Wall Street Journal -- Prison poem / Ho Chi Minh -- We shall win and so will you / Ho Chi Minh -- The revolted / Carl Oglesby -- Unmasking genocide / Dave Dellinger -- No door to tomorrow / Lee Felsenstein -- The conspiracy trial : the chaining and gagging of Bobby Seale -- The conspiracy trial : a witness's testimony -- Revolutionary letter #7 / Diane DiPrima -- Revolutionary letter #34 / Diane DiPrima -- The war is over! / Phil Ochs -- The counterculture. Revolutionary letter #4 / Diane DiPrima -- On making a perfect mess / Keith Lampe -- Notes toward a statement on anarchism and theatre / Julian Beck
  • The birth of the yippie conspiracy / Paul Krassner -- Revolution for the hell of it / Abbie Hoffman -- Festival of life / Ed Sanders -- Buddhism and the coming revolution / Gary Snyder -- People's Park : free for all / Stew Albert -- Who owns the park? : a leaflet / F.J. Bardacke -- Do it! / Jerry Rubin -- Been down so long it looks like up to me / Konstantin Berlandt -- Radical psychiatry and community organizing / Joy Marcus -- The women's rebellion. The S.C.U.M. manifesto / Valerie Solanis -- The myth of the vaginal orgasm / Anne Koedt -- Sexual politics : a manifesto for revolution / Kate Millett -- Birth control pills and Black children : the sisters reply -- Poor Black women / Patricia Robinson -- Declaration of war / Ti-Grace Atkinson -- The dialectic of sex / Shulamith Firestone -- Double jeopardy : to be Black and female / Frances Beale -- Goodbye to all that / Robin Morgan -- To a white male radical / a Berkeley sister -- Hello to all that / Genie Plamondon -- Alphabet soup / Karen Durbin
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxiv, 549 pages
Isbn
9780030636172
Lccn
84015105
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)10997209

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