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The eloquence of protest; voices of the 70's. Edited by Harrison E. Salisbury.

Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1972.
ISBN 0395136539, 9780395136539

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Other Title New York times.
Subjects Social history -- 1960-1970.
Social history.
Description xvii, 334 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes Much of the material originally appeared on the Op-ed page of the New York times.
Contents America: Embattled nation: Those being eaten by America / Robert Bly -- Letter to the Weathermen / Daniel Berrigan -- New morning, changing weather / Bernadine Dohrn -- Doctor's letter to his son / Paul Williamson -- Kill the pigs / Ernest van den Haag -- Flag is in trouble / Harrison E. Salisbury -- To kill a mountain / Robert McConnell Hatch -- Less than a megadeath / Harold T. Hofstad -- System / Stanley Kunitz -- Rights and human dignity: For freedom of speech / Archibald Cox -- Definition of objectivity / Thomas Winship -- Government and the press / Max Frankel -- Pentagon Papers / Murray F. Gurfein -- Father of our country / Vine Deloria, Jr. -- Who speaks for the ethnics? / Barbara Mikulski -- How fair was my Newark! / Benjamin Kluger -- Women and men: First problem / Gloria Steinem -- Women / Bella S. Abzug -- What it means to be a homosexual / Merle Miller -- Youth and the new life-styles: Woodstock / Joni Mitchell -- Rainbow Farm / Ramparts -- Waiting for my friend / Sandy Smith -- John Lennon remembers / Jann Wenner -- World: For peace: Crow's account of the battle / Ted Hughes -- Letter from a Saigon prison / Bikkhu Thich Nguyen Nhu, Dang Van Hung, and Nguyen Hong Long -- Personal freedom: Letter from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn / Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn -- Open letter to Pravda / Mstislav Rostropovich -- How they taught me I was a Jew / Alla Rusinek -- Last letter / Yukio Mishima -- Political oppression: Letter from the Greek underground / Eleftheros Anthropos -- Dare to struggle, dare to win / Bernadette Devlin -- Haitian cri de coeur / Sally Le-Preux -- Letter to Satre / Vladimir Dedijer -- Letter in a bottle / George Mangakis Keys of the commandante / Yevgeny Yevushenko -- Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev / Sergei Khrushchev, Nadezhda Dimanshtein, and Vadim Vasilyev -- Youth: Generation in search of a future / George Wald -- Open truth and fiery vehemence of youth / Peter Marin -- Our beloved Sandy is gone forever / Martin Scheuer -- Crime at Kent State / Peter Davies -- No room for slobs / K. Ross Toole -- Agony of the counterculture / Kenneth Keniston -- Dream is over / J. Marks -- Few parting words / Henry F. Ottinger -- Race: Jesus people / Mary E. Mebane -- Petal paper / P.D. East -- "I believe I'm going to die" / Fred Hampton and Deborah Johnson -- Black Panther speaks / Richard Moore -- Dearest Angela / George Jackson -- My brother, George / Roger Wilkins -- Animals at Attica / Tom Wicker -- Root causes of Attica / Spiro T. Agnew -- War: Teeth mother naked at last / Robert Bly -- Letters to our friends / Louise Bruyn, Severyn T. Bruyn, and Susan Bruyn -- Old war / Tom Wicker -- Sleep / Russell Baker -- Liberty of conscience / Charles Wyzanski, Jr. -- Soldier's obituary / John Alexander Hottell -- Decisive moment / Jonathan Schell -- Letter to the President / Aubrey M. Daniel -- Comment on Calley -- Herbert Marcuse -- Testimony of a veteran / John Kerry -- Mankilling is the king's game / Halldor Laxness.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)447131
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Salisbury, Harrison E. 1908-1993,
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