Twentieth-Century Political Pamphlet Collection

Provenance

The provenance of this collection is unclear. Most of the materials appear to have been acquired by the MU Libraries at the time of publication.

Scope and Contents

The collection consists of ephemeral political materials distributed by and for members of national organizations and political committees. The majority of the materials relate to New Left organizations from the 1960s, but examples from the 1940s to the early 1990s are also included. Many of the materials are concerned with civil rights, anti-war protest, feminism, and economic policy. Current events in China, Cuba, Europe and the Middle East are also discussed. Organizations represented include Students for a Democratic Society, Southern Student Organizing Committee, Radical Education Project, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, and several others. The collection offers primary source material to researchers interested in the various social protest movements of the 1960s.

Access

The collection is available to all researchers in the Special Collections reading room during regular service hours. Materials do not circulate. The collection is not catalogued, but specific titles may be accessed using the finding aid below.

Inventory

Materials are arranged alphabetically by the subjects in the following list:

BOX 1 (FF 1-29)

FF1. How-To Information.

Black, Edie. How to Select Targets to Disrupt the Empire. Reprinted from New Left Notes, 22 January 1968. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Egleson, Nick. The Survey and Community Organization. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Hoffman, Nicholas von. Finding and Making Leaders. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

How to Start a High School Underground. Naperville, IL, 1970.

Minnis, Jack. The Care and Feeding of Power Structures. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Minnis, Jack. The Care and Feeding of Power Structures Revisited. Louisville, KY: The Organizer’s Library Series of the Southern Conference Educational Fund, 1967.

Recommendations for National Action: Excerpts from the Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. Philadelphia, PA: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

FF2. How-To Information

Webb, Lee. How to Research the Democratic Party. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Wilcox, Laird M. Guide to the American Right. Directory and Bibliography. Second edition. Kansas City, MO: U.S. Directory Service, 1970.

FF3. Organizations

Debate within SDS: RYM II vs. Weatherman. Detroit, MI: Radical Education Project. (3 copies)

FF4. Organizations

Glusman, Pual; David Horowitz; and Todd Gitlin. One, Two, Three…Many SDS’s (A Symposium). Cicero, IL: Johnny Appleseed Publications.

Le Blanc, Paul. SDS – Past, Present, Future. Pittsburgh, PA, 1969.

Komm, Steve; and Alan Smitow. Convention Report: A True History of SDS Convention, What the Guardian Couldn’t Afford to Print. New York; Campaigner.

PLP: A Critique. Reprinted from The Old Mole. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

A Rank and File Upsurge. Students for a Democratic Society.

Revolutionary Youth Movement: Toward a Unity of Theory and Practice. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1969.

Students for a Democratic Society. SDS: An Introduction. Chicago, IL: SDS.

WRL News. March-April 1972.

FF5. Professionalism/Careers

Haber, Barbara; and Al Haber. Getting By with a Little Help from Our Friends. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1967.

Lonsdale, Kathleen; Victor Paschkis; and O.T. Benfey. Three Essays in Social Responsibility. Society for Social Responsibility in Science.

Radicals in the Professions: Selected Papers. Reprinted from Our Generation. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1967.

Vocations for Social Change. May-June 1969.

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FF6. Africa

Amin, Samir. The Class Struggle in Africa. New York: Africa Research Group.

Armed Struggle in Southern Africa. New York: Africa Research Group.

General Union of the Students of Libya, U.S. Chapter. Political Demands. 1986.

General Union of the Students of Libya, U.S. Chapter. The Quest for Freedom. 1990.

General Union of the Students of Libya, U.S. Chapter. “The 7 th of April 1976…” April 1990.

General Union of the Students of Libya, U.S. Chapter. Brochure. 1987.

National Front for the Salvation of Libya. Press Release: The Fire at the Chemical Factory at Rabta. 1990.

National Revolutionary Council of the National Liberation Front. The Tripoli Program. Program of the Algerian Revolution. Toronto, Canada: Workers Vanguard Publishing Association, 1963.

Southern Africa: A Smuggled Account from a Guerrilla Fighter. Reprinted from Ramparts 8 #4, October 1969. Cambridge, MA: Africa Research Group.

FF7. Canada

Canada-U.S. Relations. Toronto, Canada: Vanguard.

Vive le Quebec Libre. The Socialist Viewpoint Statement of the LSA-LSO. Toronto, Canada: Vanguard Publications.

Warnock, John W. Why I am Anti-American. Reprinted from Canadian Dimension Magazine 5 #1.

Laxer, James. The Student Movement and Canadian Independence. Reprinted from Canadian Dimension Magazine 6, #3-4.

FF8. China

Chand, Gyan. Democracy in China. Reprinted from The New Economy of China, 1958. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Gittings, John. China and the Cold War. Reprinted from Survey, January 1966. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Gray, Jack. Agrarian Politics. Toronto, Canada: Research, Information and Publications Project for Student Union for Peace Action.

Greene, Felix. Visit to a Rural Commune. Reprinted from China! Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Greene, Felix. A Divorce Trial in China. Reprinted from China! Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Halperin, Morton; and Dwight Perkins. Chinese Foreign Policy. Boston, MA: New England Free Press, 1965.

Huberman, Leo; and Paul Sweezy. The Cultural Revolution in China: A Socialist Analysis. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1967.

Lin Piao. Long Live the Victory of the People’s War! Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1966.

FF9. China

Mao Tse-Tung. Serve the People, In Memory of Norman Bethune, The Foolish Old Man Who Removed the Mountains. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1967.

McKelvey, Donald. Socialist Man and the Chinese Revolution: The Basis of the Cultural Revolution. Boston, MA: New England Free Press, 1967.

The Moscow-Peking Dispute and the 4 th International.

Moselely, George. Tibet: Tradition vs. Reform. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Observer. Revolution and U.S. Aggression. Reprinted from the (Peking) People’s Daily, 20 February 1966. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Roy, M.N. A Marxist Interpretation of Chinese History. Reprinted from Revolution and Counterrevolution in China. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Strong, Anna Louise. The Rise of the Chinese People’s Communes. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Wang, K.P. Mineral Wealth and Industrial Power: Communist China’s Boasts Begin to Come True. Reprinted from Mineral Trade Notes, March 1960. Toronto, Canada: Research, Information and Publications Project for Student Union for Peace Action.

Warde, William F. Moscow vs. Peking: The Meaning of the Great Debate. Reprinted from The Militant. New York: Pioneer Publishers. (2 copies)

FF10. Civil Rights

Amalric, Jacques. Chicago and Black Power. Reprinted from Le Monde, February 1968. Translation by Denise Bordet and John Heckman. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

American Civilization on Trial: The Negro as Touchstone of History. Detroit, MI: News and Letters, 1963.

Beal, Frances M. Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female. New York: Redstockings.

Black Mass Revolt. Detroit, MI: News and Letters, 1967.

Black Power. A Reprint of a Paper by the SNCC Vine City Project. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1966.

FF11. Civil Rights

Boutelle, Paul. The Black Uprisings. New York: Merit Publishers, 1968.

Boutelle, Paul; George Novack; Clifton DeBerry; and Joseph Hansen. Murder in Memphis: Martin Luther King and the Future of the Black Liberation Struggle. New York: Merit Publishers, 1968.

Browne, Robert S.; and Robert Vernon. Should the U.S. Be Partitioned into Two Separate and Independent Nations – One a Homeland for White Americans and the Other a Homeland for Black Americans? New York: Merit Publishers, 1968.

Calvert, Greg; and Carl Davidson. In White America – SDS and Radical Consciousness. Reprinted from the Guardian. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Carmichael, Stokely. Black Power and the Third World. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1967.

Carmichael, Stokely. Power and Racism. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Carmichael, Stokely. Power and Racism: What We Want. Reprinted from New York Review of Books, 1966. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Cleaver, Kathleen. Position of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense on the Seventh Congressional District Election and the Candidacy of John George in the Democratic Party. Berkeley, CA: 1968.

Cruse, Harold; George Breitman; and DeBerry, Clifton. Marxism and the Negro Struggle. New York: Merit Publishers, 1968.

FF12. Civil Rights.

Fasulo, G. The Powers Behind Apartheid. Africa Research Group Reprint 3. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Genovese, Eugene D. The Legacy of Slavery and the Roots of Black Nationalism. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee. (2 copies)

Hayden, Tom. The Power of the Dixiecrats. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1963.

Hodkinson, J. Raymond. What Is Wrong with Negro Colleges. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1966.

Joyce, Frank H. An Analysis of American Racism. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee. (2 copies)

King, Martin Luther, Jr. “Unwise and Untimely?” A Letter from Eight Alabama Clergymen to Martin Luther King, Jr. and his reply to them on order and common sense, the law and justice, nonviolence and love. Reprinted from Liberation, June 1963. Nyack, NY: Fellowship of Reconciliation.

Lester, Julius. The Angry Children of Malcolm X. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

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FF13. Civil Rights.

Lowe, Keith. Towards a Black University. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Mann, Eric. The Newark Community School. Reprinted from the August 1967 Liberation.

Mayer, Thomas F. The Position and Progress of Black America: Some Pertinent Statistics. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1967.

Minnis, Jack. Vote Nov. 8. Lowndes County Freedom Organization. The Story of the Development of an Independent Political Movement on the County Level. Louisville, KY: The Organizer’s Library Series of the Southern Conference Educational Fund, 1967.

Newton, Huey. Huey Newton Talks to the Movement. Chicago, IL: Students for a Democratic Society, 1968.

Ofari, Earl. Black Liberation (Cultural and Revolutionary Nationalism). Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1967.

Racism in the United States – An Introduction. Detroit, MI: People Against Racism.

FF14. Civil Rights

Robbins, Richard. The Future of Negro Colleges. Reprinted from New South Student, April 1966. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Savio, Mario; Eugene Walker; and Raya Dunayevskaya. The Free Speech Movement and the Negro Revolution. Detroit, MI: News and Letters, 1965.

Schechter, Dan; Michael Ansara; and David Kolodney. The CIA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Africa Research Group.

Stembridge, Jane. Freedom School Notes. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee; Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Stembridge, Jane. Freedom School Notes. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Program Outline for Campus Friends of SNCC Groups. 1965.

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. You Can Help.

Tabata, I.B. The Freedom Struggle in South Africa. New York: Alexander Defense Committee, 1965.

Valentine, Paul. Look Out Liberals: Wallace Power Gonna Get You! Reprinted from Katallagete, fall 1968. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

What Progress? Civil Rights U.S.A. Philadelphia, PA: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

FF15. Economics – General

Black, Edie; and Fred Goff. The Hanna Industrial Complex. New York: North American Congress on Latin America.

Cloward, Richard; and Frances Fox Piven. Corporate Imperialism for the Poor. Reprinted from The Nation, 16 October 1967. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Coatsworth, John H. Walt W. Rostow: The Stages of Economic Stagnation. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

De Muth, Jerry. G.E.: Profile of a Corporation. Reprinted from Dissent, July-August 1967. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Dungan, Margaret. The Prospect of Overcoming World Hunger. Philadelphia, PA: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 1968.

Frank, Andre Gunder. Hunger. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

FF16. Economics – General

Frank, Andre Gunder. Rostow’s Stages of Economic Growth through Escalation to Nuclear Destruction. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project. (2 copies)

Gilbert, Dave. Consumption: Domestic Imperialism. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Gintis, Herb. Economics. Poverty. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Goodman, Richard. The Law and Monopoly: The Case of Tetracyclene. Reprinted from New University Thought 3 #4. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1963. (2 copies)

Hutton, William R. The Drug Price Scandal. Boston, MA: New England Free Press, 1967.

The New Individualist Review: A Journal of Classical Liberal Thought 4 #4 (spring 1967).

Nolan, David. The Peace Called War: Lyndon Johnson’s Poverty Program. Reprinted from New South Student, February 1967. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Rothstein, Richie. E.R.A.P. and How It Grew. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

FF17. Economics – General

Spannaus, Ed; and Paul Gallagher. Who Pays for Poverty? Reprinted from Viet-Report, summer 1968. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Strauss, Anselm L. Medical Ghettos. Reprinted from Trans-Action, May 1967. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Strauss, Anselm L. Medical Ghettos. Reprinted from Trans-Action, May 1967. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Vennard, Wickliffe B., Sr. The Enemy Within. Boston, MA: Forum Publishing Co., 1964.

Vennard, Wickliffe B., Sr. 50 Years of Treason in 100 Acts. Boston, MA: Forum Publishing Co., 1965.

Vennard, Wickliffe B., Sr. What’s Wrong in Washington? What’s Your Answer? U.S. Senate Clobbered by Our Hidden Government. Boston, MA: Forum Publishing Co.

Villarejo, Don. Stock Ownership and the Control of Corporations. Reprinted from New University Thought, autumn 1961 and winter 1962.

Wellman, David. Putting-On the Poverty Program. Reprinted from Steps #2. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Wiley, Brad. Historians and the New Deal. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

FF18. Economics – Socialism and Communism

Alavi, Hamza. Imperialism, Old and New. Reprinted from Socialist Register, 1964. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Cannon, James P. American Stalinism and Anti-Stalinism. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1947.

Cannon, James P. E.V. Debs: The Socialist Movement of His Time – Its Meaning for Today. New York: Merit Publishers, 1967.

Cannon, James P. Leon Trotsky: Memorial Address “To the Memory of the Old Man.” New York: Socialist Workers Party.

Dunayevskaya, Raya. Nationalism, Communism, Marxist Humanism, and the Afro-Asian Revolutions. Reprinted from Cambridge Forward 4, November 1960. Cambridge, UK: The Left Group, Cambridge University Labour Club.

Dynamics of World Revolution Today. Toronto, Canada: Workers Vanguard Publishing. (2 copies)

Engels, Frederick. The Part Played in Labor in the Transition from Ape to Man. New York: International Publishers, 1950.

Engels, Friedrich. Principles of Communism. Bombay: Samasamaja Prakashan.

FF19. Economics – Socialism and Communism

Germain, Ernest. Marxism vs. Ultraleftism: Key Issues in Healy’s Challenge to the Fourth International. Paris, France: Fourth International, 1967.

Hansen, Joseph. Too Many Babies? New York: Pioneer Publishers.

Henry, Jules. Capital’s Last Frontier. Reprinted from The Nation, 25 April 1966. Boston: New England Free Press.

Imperialism: An Exchange. American Imperialism and the Peace Movement by Robert Wolfe and Socialism – The Sustaining Menace by Ronald Aronson. Reprinted from Studies on the Left 6 #3, May-June 1966. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Kruschev’s Downfall: A Statement by the United Secretariat of the Fourth International. With Hansen, Joseph. New Deepening of the Sino-Soviet Rift? New York: Pioneer Publishers.

FF20. Economics – Socialism and Communism

Lens, Sidney. Revolution – And You. The Story of the Rising Expectations of the World’s People. Nyack, NY: Fellowship Publications.

Lens, Sidney. Revolution and Cold War. American Friends Service Committee, 1962.

Luxembourg, Rosa. What Is Economics? Colombo, Ceylon: Young Socialist Publication, 1968.

Mandel, Ernest. The Catastrophe in Indonesia. Three Articles on the Fatal Consequences of Communist Party Policy. New York: Merit Publishers, 1966.

Mandel, Ernest. The Common Market: International Capitalism and “Supra-Nationality.” Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1967.

Marx, Karl; and Frederick Engels. On the Labor Party. Toronto: Vanguard Bookstore.

Meacham, Stewart. Labor and the Cold War. American Friends Service Committee Peace Education Publication, 1959.

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FF21. Economics – Socialism and Communism

Mell, Ezra Brett. La “Bande à Bonnot.” Reprinted from Coptic Press by Solidarity Bookshop Publications, 1969.

Novack, George. The Long View of History. New York: Merit Publishers, 1969.

Novack, George. Uneven and Combined Development in History. New York: Merit Publishers.

Novack, George. Who Will Change the World? The New Left and the Views of C. Wright Mills. Toronto, Canada: YSF Publication.

Parsons, Howard L. The Young Marx and the Young Generation. Offprint from Horizons: The Marxist Quarterly, Summer 1968.

Petersen, Arnold. The Supreme Court: Watchdog of Capitalism. Brooklyn, NY: New York Labor News, 1971.

FF22. Economics – Socialism and Communism

The Red Papers. San Francisco, CA: Bay Area R.U. (2 copies)

A Report on the Black-Red Conference Detroit, Mich. – Jan. 12, 1969. Detroit, MI: News and Letters, 1969.

Rowntree, John; and Margaret Rowntree. The Political Economy of Youth (Youth as Class). Reprinted from Our Generation 6 #1-2. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Rowntree, John; and Margaret Rowntree. Youth as a Class. Reprinted from International Socialist Journal 5 #25 (February 1968). Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee

Trotsky, Leon. I Stake My Life! Columbo, Ceylon: Lanka Samasamaja and Hashim Press, 1950.

FF23. Economics – Unions

Analavage, Robert. Labor and the South: Laurel, Mississippi. Black Workers Set Against White – Strike Broken. Reprinted from Southern Patriot, January 1968. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Analavage, Robert. A New Movement in the White South. Louisville, KY: Southern Conference Educational Fund.

Appalachia: Case Study in Repression. Louisville, KY: Southern Conference Educational Fund.

Brandon, Peter; and Nancy Park. A Brief History of Duke Employees Local 77 AFSCME, AFL-CIO. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1966.

Burlago, Robb. The “War on Poverty”: This Is War? Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1969.

Caudill, Harry M; and William C. Blizzard. Poverty and Affluence. Appalachian Wonderland. Reprinted from The Appalachian South (Charleston, WV), spring and summer 1966.

Denby, Charles. Workers Battle Automation. Detroit, MI: News and Letters.

Dowson, Ross. The Power and Dilemma of the Trade Unions. Toronto, Canada: Workers Vanguard.

Farm Labor Organizing 1905-1967: A Brief History. New York: National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor, 1967.

FF24. Economics – Unions

The General Strike for Industrial Freedom. Chicago, IL: Industrial Workers of the World.

The I.W.W. in Theory and Practice. Chicago, IL: Industrial Workers of the World.

Linder, Walter. The Great Flint Sit-Down Strike against G.M. 1936-37. Reprinted from PL 5 #6, February/March 1967. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Mitchell, H.L. The Southern Tenant Farmer’s Union. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

The Movement and the Workers.

Mull, Brenda. Blue Ridge: The History of Our Struggle against Levi Strauss. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

FF25. Economics – Unions

Nell, Edward J. Automation and the Abolition of the Market. MDS Pamphlet no. 2, reprinted from New Left Notes, 7 August 1967. New York: Movement for a Democratic Society.

Rony, Vera. Davy Crockett in Little Egypt. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Smedberg, Mike. Duke Trustees and Labor. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Smith, Walker C. Sabotage: Its History, Philosophy and Function. Chicago, IL: Black Swan Press.

Solnit, Albert. Deliberate Depopulation of Whole Areas: A Protest. Reprinted from The Mountain Eagle (Whitesburg, KY), 4 August 1966.

There Are 40 Million White People in the South. Who Will Organize Them? Louisville, KY: Southern Conference Educational Fund.

Unemployment and the Machine. Chicago, IL: Industrial Workers of the World.

Voices from the White South. Louisville, KY: Southern Conference Educational Fund.

Why We Are in Prison. Farewell Speeches of the 18 SWP and 544-CIO Minneapolic Prisoners. New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1944.

Williams, Jim. Students, Labor and the South. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

FF26. Europe

Buddeberg, Manfred. The New Left in Germany and Japan. Reprinted from New Left Notes. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

CPSU Central Committee. March 1972.

Centres of Conflict: The Attitude of the Two German States to International Problems. Dresden, Germany: Verlag Zeit im Bild.

Government and Party Leaders. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Randle, Michael; and April Carter. Support Czechoslovakia. London: Housmans and War Resistors International.

USSR Council of Ministers. March 1972.

Walker, Eugene. France Spring 1968. Masses in Motion, Ideas in Free Flow. News and Letters Youth Pamphlet No. 1. Detroit, MI: News and Letters.

FF27. Latin America.

Boorstein, Edward. Cuba vs. U.S. Imperialism. Students for a Democratic Society.

Castro, Fidel. History Will Absolve Me! 1968.

Canadian Students in Cuba. Toronto, Canada: Fair Play for Cuba Committee, 1965.

Castro, Fidel. Castro Speaks on Unemployment. New York: Young Socialist Forum.

Castro, Fidel. Cuba Confronts the Future: Five Years of the Revolution. Toronto, Canada: Fair Play for Cuba Committee.

Castro, Fidel. Cuba’s Agrarian Reform. Toronto, Canada: Fair Play for Cuba Committee, 1963.

Castro, Fidel. Cuba’s Socialist Destiny. July 26, 1961. New York: Fair Play for Cuba Committee.

Castro, Fidel. Declaration of Santiago, July 26, 1964. Toronto, Canada: Fair Play for Cuba Committee, 1964.

FF28. Latin America.

Castro, Fidel. Division in the Face of the Enemy Was Never a Revolutionary or Intelligent Strategy. March 13, 1965. Toronto, Canada: Fair Play for Cuba Committee.

Castro, Fidel. Fidel Castro Calls for Unity. Havana: Republic of Cuba Ministry of Foreign Relations, 1963.

Castro, Fidel. Fidel Castro Denounces Bureaucracy and Sectarianism. Speech of March 26, 1962. New York: Merit Publishers, 1968. (2 copies)

Castro, Fidel. Fidel Castro’s Tribute to Che Guevara. New York: Merit Publishers, 1967.

Castro, Fidel. History Will Absolve Me! 1968.

FF29. Latin America.

Castro, Fidel. The Revolution Must Be a School of Unlettered Thought. Speech at University of Havana. New York: Merit Publishing, 1969.

Castro, Fidel. The Second Declaration of Havana. Cuba’s Answer to the OAS. New York: Pioneer Publishers.

Castro, Fidel. Those Who Are Not Revolutionary Fighters Cannot Be Called Communists. New York: Merit Publishers. (2 copies)

Chartrand, Michel; Vernel Olson; and John Riddell. The Real Cuba. Toronto, Canada: Fair Play for Cuba Committee, 1964.

Cox, Cedric; Dick Fidler; John Glenn; and Charles Biesick. A Report by Four Canadians on Cuba as They Saw It. Toronto, Canada: Fair Play for Cuba Committee.

Cuba: A History 1868-1959. Chicago, IL: Students for a Democratic Society.

Cuba Fights Bureaucracy. Ithaca, NY: Glad Day Press and Niagara Region SDS. (2 copies)

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BOX 2 (FF 30-56)

FF30. Latin America.

Debray, Regis. The Long March in Latin America. Guerrilla Movements: Theory and Practice. Reprinted from New Left Review, September-October 1965. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Frank, Andre Gunder. The Development of Underdevelopment. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Frank, Andre Gunder. Exploitation or Aid? U.S. – Brazil Economic Relations. A Case Study of U.S. Imperialism. Reprinted from The Nation, 16 November 1963. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Frank, Andre Gunder. Hugo Blanco Must Not Die. Toronto, Canada, 1967.

Frank, Andre Gunder. On the Mechanisms of Imperialism: The Case of Brazil. Reprinted from The Monthly Review, September 1964. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Fuentes, Carlos. The Argument of Latin America: Words for North Americans. Reprinted from The Monthly Review, January 1963. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Gott, Richard. Guevara, Debray and the CIA: Report from Bolivia. Reprinted from The Nation, 20 November 1967.

Guevara, Che. Message to the Tri-Continental Congress. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Guevara, Che. On Vietnam and World Revolution. New York: Merit Publishers, 1967.

FF31. Latin America.

Mexico 1968: A Study of Domination and Repression. New York: North American Congress on Latin America.

NACLA Research Methodology Guide. New York: North American Congress on Latin America.

Scott, Jack. A Second Look at Cuba. Toronto, Canada: Fair Play for Cuba Committee, 1963.

Smith, Robert Freeman. Social Revolution in Latin America: The Role of U.S. Aid. Reprinted from International Affairs (London), October 1965. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Stavenhagen, Rodolfo. Seven Erroneous Theses about Latin America. Reprinted from New University Thought 4 #4, winter 1966/67. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Republic of Cuba Ministry of Foreign Relations. Cuban Protest to the United Nations.

Ring, Harry. How Cuba Uprooted Race Discrimination. New York: Pioneer Publishers.

The U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo: Imperialist Outpost in the Heart of Cuba. Havana: Editorial en Marcha.

FF32. Middle East

Ahmad, Eqbal. Revolutionary Warfare: How to Tell when the Rebels Have Won. Reprinted from The Nation, 30 August 1965.

Alavi, Hamza; and Amir Khusro. Pakistan: The Burden of U.S. Aid. Reprinted from New University Thought, autumn 1962. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Buch, Peter. Zionism and the Arab Revolution: The Myth of Progressive Israel. New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1968.

Dunayevskaya, Raya. U.S. and Russia Enter Middle East Cockpit. Detroit, MI: News and Letters.

Hochman, Larry. Zionism and the Israeli State. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

FF33. University and Educational Reform

American Civil Liberties Union. Academic Freedom in the Secondary Schools. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Aptheker, Bettina. Big Business and the American University. New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1966.

Ayers, Bill. Education: An American Problem. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Davidson, Carl. The Multiversity: Crucible of the New Working Class. Long-Range Strategies for Student Power Movements. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Davidson, Carl. Toward a Student Syndicalist Movement, or, University Reform Revisited. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

FF34. University and Educational Reform

Dennison, George. The First Street School. Reprinted from Liberation, July 1966. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Dowty, Stu. The Academic Quagmire. Reprinted from Radicals in the Professions Newsletter, June 1968. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Friedenberg, Edgar Z. Contemptuous Hairdressers: Ceremonies of Humiliation in School. Reprinted from This Magazine is About Schools, August 1966. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Friedman, David; et al. Crisis in the Schools: Teachers and the Community. New York: Independent Socialist Clubs of America,

Gonick, C.W. Self-Government in the Multiversity. Reprinted from Canadian Dimension Magazine 111 #314.

Greeman, Dick. In a Crisis the Center Falls Out: The Role of the Faculty in the Columbia Strike. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

FF35. University and Educational Reform

Kleiman, Mark. High School Reform: Towards a Student Movement. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Levin, Alan. Political Meddling and the Florida Board of Regents. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Like it is… May 1969. Berkeley, CA.

North American Congress on Latin America. Who Rules Columbia? 1968. (2 copies)

Ogden, Alan. University Reform: A Platform Statement. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1967.

Schiffrin, Andre. The Student Movement in the ‘50s: A Reminiscence. Reprinted from Radical America, May-June 1968. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Towe, Bill. Who Runs the Schools? Reprinted from New South Student, March 1968. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Wicker, Roger A. Black Mountain College: An Experiment in Education. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

FF36. Vietnam and Anti-War

Aber, Joel; Jules Benjamin; and Robin Martin. Germ Warfare Research for Vietnam: Project Spicerack on the Pennsylvania Campus. Philadelphia, PA: Philadelphia Area Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Alert: An Occasional Focus on Some of the Hidden Problems with Which the Younger Generation Are Surrounded. II. The Draft: A Burning Issue. New York: University Christian Movement and Department of Youth Ministry, National Council of Churches.

Bennett, John C.; et al. In Whose Name? New York: Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam, 1968.

Bevel, James. A Movement to End Mass Murder.

Brick, Allan. The Campus Protest Against ROTC. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Brick, Allan. Report on the Catonsville Nine. What is Nonviolence Today?

Bristol, James E. Non-Violence as a Positive Concept. Philadelphia, PA: American Friends Service Committee.

A Call To War Tax Resistance. Brochure.

Camus, Albert. Neither Victims Nor Executioners. Reprinted from Liberation, February 1960.

Carnall, Geoffrey. To Keep the Peace: The United Nations Peace Force. London: Peace News, 1965.

Carner, Lucy P. From Vision to Reality. Philadelphia, PA: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

Carner, Lucy P. Tax Refusal: A Statement for the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Philadelphia, PA: WILPF.

FF37. Vietnam and Anti-War

Carter, April. Direct Action. London: Peace News Ltd., 1962.

Cousins, Norman; Robert McAfee Brown; Hermann J. Muller; Everett E. Gendler; and Thomas Merton. Therefore Choose Life. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1965.

Danger to Mankind: Chemical and Biological Warfare. A Series of Statements by Prominent Scientists. Philadelphia, PA: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

Davis, Jerome. Why Complete and Total Disarmament? Woodmont, CT: Promoting Enduring Peace, Inc.

Dellinger, Dave. The New Nonviolence. Reprinted from WIN, June 1966. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Draft Counseling and Educational Centers. American Friends Service Committee, 1968.

Duff, Peggy; and Agit Singh. Vietnam: The Credibility Gap. London: Goodwin Press.

An Enemy of the People: How the Draft is Used to Stop Movements for Social Change. Louisville, KY: Southern Conference Educational Fund.

Ferry, W.H. Disarm to Parley: A Case for Unilateral Disarmament. American Friends Service Committee, 1961. (2 copies)

Ferry, W.H. Peace on Earth: Moral and Technological Implications.

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FF38. Vietnam and Anti-War

Fishel, Wesley R.; and T.A. Bisson. The United States and Vietnam: Two Views. Public Affairs Pamphlet no. 391. New York: Public Affairs Pamphlets, 1967.

The Fort Hood Three: The Case of the Three G.I.’s Who Said “No” to the War in Vietnam. New York: Fort Hood Three Defense Committee, 1966.

Free Speech for G.I.s: The Case of Pfc. Howard Petrick, a Soldier Opposed to the Vietnam War. New York: Committee to Defend the Rights of Pfc. Howard Petrick, 1967.

Fromm, Erich. War Within Man: A Psychological Enquiry into the Roots of Destructiveness. Philadelphia, PA: American Friends Service Committee.

Genovese, Eugene D. War on Two Fronts. Reprinted from Canadian Dimension.

Gellhorn, Martha. Vietnam – A New Kind of War. Reprinted from The Guardian. Manchester, England: Manchester Guardian, 1966.

FF39. Vietnam and Anti-War

Gottfried, Sue. What Do You Mean, Nonviolence? The Story of Wars with Peaceful Weapons. Nyack, NY: Fellowship Publications.

Greenberg, David. Alternatives to the Draft: A Political Analysis. New York: The Resistance.

Guillain, Robert. Vietnam – The Dirty War. Reprinted from Le Monde, May 1966. London: Housmans.

Handbook on Nonpayment of War Taxes. Canterbury, NH: Greenleaf Books, 1968.

Hanley, George. Bus Stop – Alice’s Restaurant Revisited. Reprinted from Connections. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Harvey, Arthur. Theory and Practice of Civil Disobedience. Canterbury, NH: Greenleaf Books, 1967.

Henig, Peter. Selective Service System: or, The Manpower Channelers. Reprinted from New Left Notes, 20 January 1967. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Henig, Peter. Selective Service System: or, The Manpower Channelers. Reprinted from New Left Notes, 20 January 1967. Ithaca, NY: Glad Day Press.

FF40. Vietnam and Anti-War

Horowitz, Irving Louis. Games, Strategies, and Peace. American Friends Service Committee, 1967.

Hubbell, Charles. The Weekly Vigil for Peace: Suggestions for the Conduct of Recurrent Silent Witness. Santa Barbara, CA, 1967.

Hutchinson, Dorothy. Proposal for an Honorable Peace in Vietnam. Philadelphia, PA: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

Jameson, A.K. Unarmed Against Fascism. London: Peace News, Ltd., 1962.

Jobs or Income Now. Vietnam. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Kahin, George McT.; and John W. Lewis. The United States in Vietnam. Reprinted from the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists XXI #6, June 1965.

Lasley, Jack. In Quest of Freedom – Abolish the Draft. Chapel Hill, NC: Institute for International Studies, 1969.

Le Duan. Role of the Vietnamese Working Class and the Tasks of the Trade-Unions at the Present Stage. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1969.

Mailer, Norman; et al. We Accuse: A Powerful Statement of the New Political Anger in America, as Revealed in the Speeches Given at the 36-Hour “Vietnam Day” Protest in Berkeley, California. Berkeley, CA: Diablo Press, 1965.

FF41. Vietnam and Anti-War

Making the Draft an Issue in Your Community: A Manual for Local Draft Counseling Groups. Program on Conscience and the Draft, American Friends Service Committee, New York Metropolitan Region.

Mayer, Milton. The Human Crisis. American Friends Service Committee Peace Education Publication, 1963.

McDermott, John. Thoughts on the Movement: Who Does the Movement Move? Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1967.

The Mershon Report. Accidental War: Some Dangers in the 1960s with an introduction by Bertrand Russell. Oxford, England: The Campaign in Oxford University for Nuclear Disarmament and Housmans, Publishers and Booksellers, March 1963.

Merton, Thomas. Blessed Are the Meek: The Christian Roots of Nonviolence. July 1967.

Merton, Thomas. Two Articles by Thomas Merton. The Root of War. Red or Dead: The Anatomy of a Cliché. 1961.

The Milwaukee 14 brochure.

Muste, A.J. Of Holy Disobedience. Canterbury, NH: Greenleaf Books.

National Committee of Black Churchmen. The National Black Referendum on Vietnam. March 1970.

National Committee of Black Churchmen. Organizer’s Kit for the National Black Referendum on Vietnam.

Newsletter. New York: Teachers Committee for Peace in Vietnam, 7 March 1972.

FF42. Vietnam and Anti-War

Nicolaus. The Iceberg Strategy: Universities and the Military-Industrial Complex. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1967.

The Non-Cooperator and the Draft. Philadelphia, PA: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1963.

Norden, Eric. American Atrocities in Vietnam. Reprinted from Liberation, February 1966.

A Perspective on Nonviolence. Philadelphia, PA: Friends Peace Committee, 1957.

Political Programme of the South Vietnam National Front for Liberation. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1967.

Questions and Answers on the Classification and Assignment of Conscientious Objectors. Washington, D.C.: National Service Board for Religious Objectors, 1967.

Roberts, Adam; Jerome Frank; Arne Naess; and Gene Sharp. Civilian Defence. London: Peace News Ltd., 1964.

FF43. Vietnam and Anti-War

Schesch, Adam. An Outline History of Vietnam. 1968.

Sharp, Gene. Creative Conflict in Politics. London: Housmans, 1962.

Sharp, Gene. Tyranny Could Not Quell Them! Peace News Pamphlet. London: Housmans.

Sibley, Mulford. Unilateral Initiatives and Disarmament. Philadelphia, PA: American Friends Service Committee, 1962.

Stein, Buddy; and David Wellman. The Scheer Campaign. Reprinted from Studies on the Left, January/February 1967. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Students for a Democratic Society. Vietnam. Chicago, IL: JOIN Community Union.

Students for a Democratic Society. G.I. Counseling. Chicago, IL: Students for a Democratic Society.

Students for a Democratic Society. SDS Anti-Draft Statement. 1966.

FF44. Vietnam and Anti-War

Toward a New Patriotism. Cicero, IL: Johnny Appleseed Publications.

Viet Nam. Call To All Progressive Americans of the Anti-War Movement. 1973.

Viet Nam and the Failure of the U.S. War of Destruction against the D.R.V.N. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1968.

Vietnam: Vital Interest or Tragic Mistake? Des Moines, IA: American Friends Service Committee, 1968.

Vietnamese Studies. American Failure. Vietnamese Studies no. 20. 1968.

FF45. Vietnam and Anti-War

What Happened on June 15? New York: Provisional Defense Committee.

What Is Guerrilla Theatre, Anyway? Madison, WI: The Caravan, Wisconsin Draft Resistance Union.

Zahn, Gordon. An Alternative to War. New York: Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1967.

Zinn, Howard. Dow Shalt Not Kill. Reprinted from New South Student, December 1967. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

FF46. RESIST Draft Counselor’s Kit

Table of Contents

Cover Letter

Outline of Selective Service Procedures

Making a C.O. Claim after Issuance of an Order to Report for Induction

Letters in Support of a C.O. Claim

Statements of Religious Bodies on the Conscientious Objector (2 copies)

FF47. RESIST Draft Counselor’s Kit

Supreme Court Decision in the Case of Seeger

Details of Compulsory Work Program for Conscientious Objectors

Civilian Work Agency List of Conscientious Objectors

The Nurnberg Principles as Formulated by the International Law Commission

FF48. RESIST Draft Counselor’s Kit

The Channeling Memo

The New Conscientious Objector

Resistance to the Draft

The Draft Law and Antiwar Protest

The C.C.C.O. Draft Counselor and the Law

Memorandum on Filling out S.S.S. Form 100 “Classification Questionnaire”

Memorandum on Student Deferments

Information on Draft Exemptions for Ministers or Candidates for the Ministry

Memorandum on Filling Out Selective Service Form 118, “Dependency Questionnaire” (For Class III-A)

Memorandum on Occupational Deferment

Warning to Future Fathers

Three Documents on Graduate Student Deferments

List of Local Board Memoranda in Effect

Memorandum on Access to a Counselee’s File

Selective Service Law Reporter Introductory Brochure

Notice: Men of Draft Age

Draft Counseling

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FF49. RESIST Draft Counselor’s Kit

Literature Order Blank: National Service Board for Religious Objectors

Regulations Relating to Travel Abroad

Emigration to Canada: Legal Notes for Draft Age Men

Information on Renunciation of U.S. Citizenship (2 copies)

Problems Arising from Emigration to Avoid Military Service

Exiled: Handbook for the Draft-Age Emigrant

The C.O. and the Armed Forces

Army Regulations 614-260

Bureau of Naval Personnel Manual Part C, C-5208 and C-5210

Marine Corps Order 1306.16A

FF50. RESIST Draft Counselor’s Kit

Air Force Regulation No. 35-24

Department of Defense Directive Number 1300.6: Conscientious Objectors

Desertion, A.W.O.L., and Missing Movement

Delinquency and Prosecution Memo

Resistors’ Fact Sheet on the F.B.I.

Naturalization of Conscientious Objectors

Memorandum on Alien Physicians

S.S.S. Form 100, “Classification Questionnaire”

S.S.S. Form 150, “Special Form for Conscientious Objectors”

Appeals Procedure

Armed Forces Security Questionnaire

Refusal of Induction by Conscientious Objectors

A Personal Appearance before a Local Board

Memorandum on Medical Appeals

FF51. Women

Abortion Counseling Information. New York: National Organization for Women, 1969.

Booth, Heather; Evi Goldfield; and Sue Munaker. Toward a Radical Movement. Boston, MA: New England Free Press, 1968 (2 copies)

Brainwashing and Women: The Psychological Attack. New York: Redstockings.

Cisler, Cindy. Women: A Bibliography. New York, 1969.

Mainardi, Pat. The Politics of Housework. 1968, revised 1970.

McAfee, Kathy; and Myrna Wood. Bread and Roses. Detroit, MI: Radical Education Project, 1969.

New York Radical Women. Notes from the First Year. June 1968.

FF52. Women

O’Connor, Lynn. Defining Reality. Berkeley, CA: Tooth and Nail, 1969.

Peslikis, Irene. Resistances to Consciousness. June 27, 1969.

Redstockings Manifesto. New York: Redstockings.

Sarachild, Kathie. Consciousness Raising and Intuition. New York: Redstockings of the Women’s Liberation Movement, 1968.

The Status of Women in Canada. Toronto, Canada: League for Socialist Action.

Students for a Democratic Society. SDS National Resolution on Women. December 1968. Boston, MA: New England Free Press..

Susan, Barbara. About My Consciousness Raising. New York, 1969.

Vanauken. Freedom for Movement Girls – Now! Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1969.

Weisstein, Naomi. Kinde, Kuche, Kirche as Scientific Law: Psychology Constructs the Female. Boston, MA: New England Free Press.

Wells, Lyn. American Women: Their Use and Abuse. Nashville: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Willis, Ellen. “Consumerism” and Women. New York: Redstockings of the Women’s Liberation Movement.

Willis, Ellen. Whatever Happened to Women? Nothing – That’s the Trouble. New York: Redstockings.

FF53. Miscellaneous

Aberle, Kathleen Gough. Anthropology and Imperialism. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Adams, Frederick. The Kore. Altadena, CA: Feraferia, Inc., 1969.

Adams, Frederick C. Paradisal Sanctuary. Altadena, CA: Feraferia, Inc., 1969.

Calvert, Greg; and Carol Neiman. The New Left. Reprinted from the Guardian 8, 15, 29 June 1968. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Cantrel, Callie; and Luke Larmon. Southern Mountain Tradition. With Folk Heroes and Protest by D.T. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Debord, Guy. Society of the Spectacle. Detroit, MI: Black and Red translation (unauthorized), 1970.

FF54. Miscellaneous

Dreifus, Claudia. He’s the Johnny Appleseed of Underground Journalism. Offprint from New York Scenes, September 1969.

Dundas, Malcolm. An Examination of the Byways of Prisons. Palo Alto, CA: Palo Alto Resistance.

Fitch, Robert. A Galbraith Reappraisal: The Ideologue as Gadfly. Reprinted from Ramparts, May 1968. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Halstead, Fred. A Further Alarm Signal from Chicago. December 15, 1969.

The Historical Perspective of Feraferia: Psycho-Ecological Evolution. Altadena, CA: Feraferia, Inc., 1969.

Hunter, Allan A. Courage in Both Hands. New York: Ballantine Books, 1962.

FF55. Miscellaneous

Jackson, Bruce. Our Prisons Are Criminal. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Jacobs, Jim. S.M. Lipset: Social Scientist of the Smooth Society. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Johnson, Joe. They Have Declared Me a Man without a Country. Minneapolis, MN: The Committee to Oppose the Deportation of Joseph Johnson, 1966.

Oglesby, Carl. Trapped in a System. Reprinted from The Monthly Review, January 1966. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1969.

An Open Letter to the American Left. Cicero, IL: Johnny Appleseed Publications.

Our Patriotic Duty to Dissent. Philadelphia, PA: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

FF56. Miscellaneous

Revolutionary Quotations from the Thoughts of Uncle Sam. Cicero, IL: Johnny Appleseed Patriotic Publications, 1969.

Sanders, Ed. Poem from Jail. San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books, 1963.

Shearon, Marjorie. Fortas the Unwanted. Washington, D.C.: Supreme Court Amendment League, 1968.

Simpson, Charlie. Kennedy’s Cultural Center Is a Leopard-Skin Pillbox Hat. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project.

Topocosmic Mandala of the Sacred Land Sky Love Year. Altadena, CA: Feraferia, Inc., 1969.

Tornquist, Elizabeth. Over 30. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee.

Vietnam and Civil Rights: Two Papers. A Talk with Bob Parris and Should Civil Rights Workers Take a Stand by Howard Zinn. Nashville, TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1965.

Walzer, Ken; and Dennis Gregg. A Seminar on Radicalism in American History. Radical Education Project Study Guide no. 5. Ann Arbor, MI: Radical Education Project, 1967.

Weil, Simone. The Iliad, or, The Poem of Force. Pendle Hill pamphlet no. 91. Walingford, PA: Pendle Hill, 1967.

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