Table of contents for Debating the 1960s : liberal, conservative, and radical perspectives / Michael W. Flamm and David Steigerwald.

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The Liberal-Radical Debates of the 1960s
	David Steigerwald
1. Excerpts from "The Port Huron Statement," Students for a Democratic Society (1962) 
2. John F. Kennedy, "Radio and Television Report on Civil Rights" (1963)
3. Lyndon Baines Johnson, "Remarks on Signing the Economic Opportunity Act" (1964) 
4. Carl Wittman and Tom Hayden, "An Interracial Movement of the Poor?" (1963)
5. Lyndon Baines Johnson, "Peace Without Conquest" (1965) 
6. Paul Potter, "Name the System!" (1965) 
7. Excerpts from Rights in Conflict: Chicago's 7 Brutal Days (1968)
The Liberal-Conservative Debates of the 1960s
	Michael W. Flamm
1.	The Sharon Statement (1960)								 
2.	Principles of the John Birch Society (1962)						 
3.	Excerpts from John Kennedy's Commencement Address, American University 
4.	Excerpts from Lyndon Johnson's Commencement Address, University of 
Michigan (1964)	 
5.	Excerpts from Barry Goldwater's Acceptance Speech, Republican Convention 
6.	Excerpts from Ronald Reagan, "A Time for Choosing" (1964)				 
7.	Excerpts from Richard Nixon's Acceptance Speech, Republican Convention 
Selected Readings
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- History -- 1961-1969 -- Sources.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1961-1963 -- Sources.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1963-1969 -- Sources.
Right and left (Political science) -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.