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Politics of the New Left.


Beverly Hills, Calif., Glencoe Press [1971] .
ISBN 0024787000, 9780024787002

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Subjects New Left.
Radicalism -- United States.
Radicalism.
Radicalisme -- EĢtats-Unis.
United States.
Series Insight series (Beverly Hills, Calif.)
Description xiii, 190 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page xiii).
Also issued online.
Contents Introduction.--Ideology: democracy and political action. The structure of power in American society, by C.W. Mills. Trapped in a system, by C. Oglesby. On the uses of participatory democracy, by R. Flacks. Marxism and the New Left, by H. Zinn.--Forms of action: general discussion. The meaning of creative disorder, by A. Waskow.--Forms of action: normal politics. Anti-Vietnam politics, by A. Kopkind. An open letter to McCarthy supporters, by C. Oglesby.--Extraordinary politics. The politics of protest. Reflections on protest, by K.E. Boulding. The students' march on Washington. Moratorium, by J. Brecher. Facing up to repression, by R. Davis. Organizing the powerless: with the poor and on the campus. The radical potential of the poor, by T. Gitlin. An end to history, by M. Savio. From resistance to liberation. Free Berkeley, by F. Bardacke and T. Hayden. A time to say No, by M. Ferber. Who rules Columbia, by NACLA.--Cambodia, Kent State and beyond. The national petition campaign, by E. and E. Genovese. How we spent our spring vacation, by L. Winner and G. Marcus.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)137576
(OCoLC)ocm00137576
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