Table of contents for "Takin' it to the streets" : a sixties reader / edited by Alexander Bloom and Wini Breines.


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"PAST AS PROLOGUE": THE 1950s AS AN INTRODUCTION TO THE 1960s
1. "KEEP ON WALKIN', KEEP ON TALKIN'": CIVIL RIGHTS TO 1965
Martin Luther King, The Power of Nonviolence
Anne Moody, The Jackson Sit-In
SNCC: Founding Statement
The Freedom Rides
John Lewis, Wake Up America
Letters From Mississippi
Fannie Lou Hamer and Rita Schwerner, Testimony Before the Democratic National Convention
SNCC Position Paper: Women in the Movement
Casey Hayden and Mary King, Sex and Caste: A Kind of Memo
Sheyann Webb, Selma
2. "MY GENERATION": THE STUDENT MOVEMENT AND THE NEW LEFT
BEGINNINGS
The Port Huron Statement
C. Wright Mills, Letter to the New Left
Casey Hayden, Raising the Question of Who Decides
Jean Smith, How to Help the Ones at the Bottom
COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
Tom Hayden, The Politics of "The Movement"
Connie Brown, Cleveland: Conference of the Poor
THE FREE SPEECH MOVEMENT
Michael Rossman, The Wedding Within the War
Mario Savio, An End to History
Free Speech Movement Leaflets
To the Students of Political Science 113
"Do Not Fold, Bend, Mutilate, or Spindle"
Marvin Garson, Catch-801
Barbara Garson, Freedom is a Big Deal
NEW LEFT THINKING AT MID-DECADE
Gregory Calvert, In White America: Radical Consciousness and Social Change
Carl Davidson, Student Power: A Radical View
3. "SAY IT LOUD, SAY IT PROUD": BLACK NATIONALISM AND ETHNIC CONSCIOUSNESS
BLACK NATIONALISM AND BLACK PRIDE
Malcolm X, The Ballot or the Bullet
The Watts Riots
The McCone Commission Reports on Watts, Violence in the City--An End or a Beginning? and Paul Bullock, Watts: The Aftermath
SNCC, The Basis of Black Power
Larry Neal, Black Art and Black Liberation
The Black Panthers
The Black Panther Platform: "What We Want, What We Believe"
Deborah Johnson and Flint Taylor, Police and the Panthers
Eldridge Cleaver, Requiem for Nonviolence [The Death of Martin Luther King, Jr.]
Harry Edwards, The Revolt of the Black Athlete
LATINOS
Armando B. Rendon, Chicano Manifesto
El Plan de Aztlan
First National Chicana Conference
Luis Valdez, The Tale of the Raza [Cesar Chavez and the Farm Workers' Movement]
ASIAN-AMERICANS
Amy Uyematsu, The Emergence of Yellow Power
AMERICAN INDIANS
National Indian Youth Council
Watts and Little Big Horn
4. "HEY, HEY, LBJ!": VIETNAM AND THE ANTIWAR MOVEMENT
THE WAR
Background to War: Vietnam Documents
The Vietnamese Declaration of Independence
The Geneva Accords, July 1954
John F. Kennedy and the "Domino Theory"
Henry Cabot Lodge on Removing Diem
The Tonkin Gulf Resolution
McGeorge Bundy and "Sustained Reprisal"
John T. McNaughton's "Plan for Action for South Vietnam"
George Ball and The Internal Opposition
Lyndon Johnson on Why Fight in Vietnam?
George Skakel, One Soldier's View: Vietnam Letters
THE ANTIWAR MOVEMENT
Paul Potter, The Incredible War
Carl Oglesby, Trapped in a System
SDS Call for a March on Washington
SNCC Position Paper on Vietnam
Martin Luther King, Jr., Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam
Daniel Berrigan, Berrigan at Cornell
RESISTANCE AND THE DRAFT
Channeling
The Resistance, We Refuse to Serve
Vietnam and the Draft
Michael Ferber, A Time to Say No
Antidraft Activity
Draft Board Raids Up
An Open Letter to the Corporations of America
Beaver 55 Strikes Again
EXPERIENCES OF WAR
In the War
Army Times
The Fort Hood Three
Antiwar Activity Within the Military
The Pentagon is Rising
A Lot of GIs
A.W.O.L.
Oleo Strut Is Recruiting
Join the Foreign Legion
My Lai
Lynda Van Devanter, Home Before Morning
John Kerry, Vietnam Veterans Against the War
Robert Cagle, One Vet's Remembrances
5. "EIGHT MILES HIGH": THE COUNTERCULTURE
THE ARTS
Richard Brautigan, Trout Fishing in America
Pierre Biner, The Living Theatre
Richard Goldstein, San Francisco Bray
Janis Joplin, Love, Janis
Danny Sugerman, Nothing Would Ever Be the Same
John Sinclair, Rock and Roll Is a Weapon of Cultural Revolution
Tom Robbins, To Dance
RELIGION
Gary Snyder, Buddhism and the Coming Revolution
Malcolm Boyd, Are You Running With Me, Jesus?
THE DRUG CULTURE
Confessions of a Middle-Aged Pot Smoker
Donovan Bess, LSD: The Acid Test
Carlos Casteneda, The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge
THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION
Unstructured Relations
The Free-Sex Movement
HIPPIES
Guy Strait, What Is a Hippie?
Helen Swick Perry, The Human Be-In
The Digger Papers
YIPPIES
Yippie Manifesto
Jerry Rubin, Do It
COMMUNES
William Hedgepath, The Alternative
6. "LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT": THE CONSERVATIVE IMPULSE IN A RADICAL AGE
THE NEW CONSERVATISM
The Sharon Statement
Barry Goldwater, 1964 Acceptance Speech
THE CONSERVATIVE IMPULSE IN POLITICS
Richard Nixon, If Mob Rule Takes Hold in the U.S.
Ronald Reagan, Freedom vs. Anarchy on Campus
George Wallace
Pete Hamill, Wallace
Michael Novak, Why Wallace?
CONSERVATIVE RESPONSES TO 60s ISSUES
The John Birch Society and the Vietnam War
Wallis W. Wood, Aid and Comfort to the Vietcong
Edwin Willis, Communist Infiltration
Spiro T. Agnew, Impudence in the Streets
Paul Goldberger, Tony Imperiale Stands Vigilant for Law and Order
COINTELPRO
Who Were the Targets?
COINTELPRO and Homophobia
COINTELPRO and Violence
COUNTER-COUNTERCULTURE
Air Pollution?
Rev. David Noebel, Rhythm, Riots, and Revolution
7. "THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING": 1968. . . AND AFTER
CAMPUS EXPLOSIONS
Tom Hayden, Two, Three, Many Columbias
Columbia Strike Coordinating Committee, Columbia Liberated
San Francisco State: Black Student Union and Third World Liberation Front, List of Strike Demands
Harvard: The Rulers and the Ruled
Harvard University Strike Poster
Santa Barbara
University of Illinois
International Protests
Students of the World. . .
Student Uprisings Rock Mexico
Ronald Fraser, Voices
THE DEMOCRATS DIVIDE
Jeremy Larner, The McCarthy Campaign
Lewis Chester, Godfrey Hodgson, and Bruce Page, An American Melodrama
The Kerner Report
Jeremy Larner, The Chicago Democratic Convention
The Walker Commission, Rights in Conflict
Tom Hayden, The Trial
THE NEW LEFT SPLINTERS: THE WEATHER UNDERGROUND
Bring the War Home
Honky Tonk Women
8. "SHE'S LEAVING HOME": THE WOMEN'S LIBERATION MOVEMENT
LIBERAL FEMINISM
Betty Friedan, The Problem That Has No Name
Alice Rossi, Job Discrimination and What Women Can Do About It
NOW Bill of Rights
Gloria Steinem, What Would It Be Like If Women Win
RADICAL WOMEN
No More Miss America
New York Radical Women, Principles
Redstockings Manifesto
Barbara Susan, About My Consciousness Raising
Pat Mainardi, The Politics of Housework
Women's Political Action
Women Support Panther Sisters
Women Destroy Draft Files
Free Our Sisters, Free Ourselves
Robin Morgan, Goodbye to All That
OUR BODIES, OUR SEXUALITY
Anne Koedt, The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm
Barbara Susan, An Abortion Testimonial
Radicalesbians, The Woman-Identified Woman
RACE, ETHNICITY, AND CLASS: FEMINIST ISSUES
Debby D'Amico, To My White Working-Class Sisters
Frances Beal, Double Jeopardy, To Be Black and Female
Abbey Lincoln, To Whom Will She Cry Rape
Enriqueta Longauex y Vasquez, The Mexican-American Woman
Francisca Flores, Conference of Mexican-American Women: Un Remolino
Francisca Flores, What is Reality?
Denise Oliver, The Young Lords Party
Asian Women as Leaders
Politics of the Interior
9. "WHEN THE MUSIC'S OVER": ENDINGS AND BEGINNINGS
PEOPLE'S PARK
John Oliver Simon, The Meaning of People's Park
Frank Bardacke, Who Owns the Park?
Denise Levertov, Human Values and People's Park
Their Foe Is Ours
Pig's Park
KENT STATE AND JACKSON STATE
The President's Commission on Campus Unrest, Kent State
Tom Grace, Get Off Our Campus
James Michener, What Did They Expect, Spitballs?
The President's Commission on Campus Unrest, Jackson State
GAY LIBERATION
Franklin Kameny, Does Research Into Homosexuality Matter?
Clark Polak, The Homophile Puzzle
Lucian K. Truscott, Gay Power Comes to Sheridan Square
Third World Gay Liberation, What We Want, What We Believe
Gay Liberation Front Women, Lesbians and the Ultimate Liberation of Women
WOODSTOCK AND ALTAMONT
A Fleeting, Wonderful Moment of "Community"
Andrew Kopkind, Coming of Age in Aquarius
Michael Lydon, The Rolling Stones--At Play in the Apocalypse
THE ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT
Paul Ehrlich, The Population Bomb
Barry Commoner, Lake Erie Water
Frances Moore Lappe, Diet for a Small Planet
THE END OF THE DECADE
Julius Lester, To Recapture the Dream



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
United States -- History -- 1961-1969 -- Sources.
United States -- History -- 1961-1969.
United States -- Civilization -- 1945- -- Sources.
Nineteen sixties.