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Author: K Lee Lerner; Brenda Wilmoth Lerner; Adrienne Wilmoth Lerner; Thomson Gale (Firm)
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2006.
Series: Social issues primary sources collection.
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A collection of primary source documents that focus on leading social issues of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. International in scope, each title is devoted to one topic.
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Lerner, K. Lee, Lerner, Brenda Wilmoth, and Lee, Adrienne Wilmoth (eds.).
Government, politics, and protest : essential primary sources.
Detroit, Mich. : Gale, 2006
(OCoLC)70823052
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: K Lee Lerner; Brenda Wilmoth Lerner; Adrienne Wilmoth Lerner; Thomson Gale (Firm)
ISBN: 9781414412634 1414412630
OCLC Number: 77280852
Notes: Title from Web page (viewed Dec. 22, 2006).
Description: 1 online resource (xli, 485 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Advisors and contributors --
Acknowledgements --
About the set --
Introduction --
About the entry --
Using primary sources --
Chronology --
Protesters and protest rights --
Civil and human rights --
War and peace --
Civil liberties and social issues --
Politics, policy, and political dissent --
Labor, trade, and globalization --
Sovereignty --
Health, environment, and animal rights --
Sources consulted --
Index. Advisors and Contributors --
Acknowledgements --
About the Set --
Introduction --
About the Entry --
Using Primary Sources --
Chronology --
Protesters and Protest Rights --
Introduction to Protesters and Protest Rights --
U.S. Constitution, Amendment I --
Civil Disobedience --
Direct Action --
Buddhist Monk Sets Himself on Fire --
Burning the American Flag in Protest --
Vice President Spiro T. Agnew's Claims Television News Is Biased --
Jimi Hendrix Playing at Woodstock --
Two Judges Decline Drug Cases, Protesting Sentencing Rules --
Your Rights to Demonstrate and Protest --
Pie in the Eye --
What Makes an Activist --
Bush Zones Go National --
Civil and Human Rights --
Introduction to Civil and Human Rights --
Uncle Tom's Cabin --
The Jim Crow Car --
The Suffragette Dilemma in World War One --
Suffragette Lady Constance Lytton Goes on Hunger Strike --
Highlights from the First Session of the League of Nations --
Letters from Halle-Salle Prison --
Montgomery Bus Boycott --
Mob Rule Cannot Be Allowed to Override the Decisions of Our Courts --
Negroes Plan Protest --
Civil Rights Workers Sing "We Shall Overcome" --
Letter From a Birmingham Jail --
The Stand in the Schoolhouse Door --
March from Selma --
We Shall Overcome --
Have Sanitation Workers a Future --
Tennessee Halted in School Inquiry --
Olympic Athletes on Podium --
Godfather Wins Oscar as Best Film --
Britain's 1981 Urban Riots --
Afghan Women Tear off Burqas --
Boycott Beijing 2008 --
Los Angeles 1992 Riots --
Marching with a Message --
Relatives of the "Disappeared" Protest --
Two Prosecutors at Guantanamo Quit in Protest --
War and Peace --
Introduction to War and Peace --
Women Carrying Peace Banner --
No-Conscription League Manifesto --
The Bonus Army --
Norwegian Anti-Nazi Protest --
The Atlantic Charter --
Promoting the Maintenance of International Peace and Security in Southeast Asia --
Counterprotesters Heckle Anti-War Demonstrators --
Fortunate Son --
Draft Card Burning Protest --
The Great Silent Majority --
Kent State Shootings --
Proclamation 4483 --
NATO London Declaration --
Major Combat Operations in Iraq Have Ended --
No Military Recruiters in Public Schools, Scholarships for Education and Job Training --
Praise Mingles with Anger as Hundreds Turn Out for Rally to Support Troops --
Cindy Sheehan Leads Protest Against the Iraq War --
Civil Liberties and Social Issues --
Introduction to Civil Liberties and Social Issues --
Sedition Act of 1798 --
Temperance Protest --
Sedition Act of 1918 --
Anti-Prohibition Protest --
A Declaration of Conscience --
Telegram from Joseph McCarthy to President Harry S. Truman --
Homeless Child on a Protest March --
Sorbonne Revolt --
No More Miss America --
Harvard and Beyond: The University Under Siege --
New York Penal Laws 125.00-125.6 --
Coat Hangers Used in Abortion Protest --
Gallaudet Protesters Claim Victory --
Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act of 1994 --
The Sit-In Begins --
USA PATRIOT Act, Section 215 --
USA PATRIOT Act sec. 213 --
Resolution to Protest the Eroding of Civil Liberties under the USA PATRIOT Act (Public Law 107-56) and Related Federal Orders Since 9/11/01 --
Presbyterian Founder of Gray Panthers Documented in "Maggie Growls" --
Protesting U.S.-Mexico Border Policy --
Pentagon Will Review Database on U.S. Citizens --
Activists, Opponents Clash at Immigration Rally --
Santa Cruz Journal: A Protest, a Spy Program, and a Campus in an Uproar --
Finding a Place for 9/11 in American History --
Nepal Blocks Protest Rally with Arrests and Curfew --
Moslems Protest Danish Cartoons --
Politics, Policy, and Political Dissent --
Introduction to Politics, Policy, and Political Dissent --
The Sugar Act of 1764 --
A Chartist Appeal to Lay Down Arms --
Haymarket Riots --
Winston Churchill on Liberalism and Socialism --
One Aspect of Bolshevist Liberty --
Lenine: The Man and His Beliefs --
Hitler's Propaganda Machine --
First Inaugural Address of President Franklin D. Roosevelt --
A Statement by Frank E. Gannett, Publisher, Gannett Newspapers --
American Indian Movement Siege of Wounded Knee --
Iranian People Vote for an Islamic Republic --
Nation Building and Singapore's People's Association --
The Party That Isn't --
Fall of the Berlin Wall --
Tiananmen Square Protests of June 1989 --
An Urgent Appeal From Our Anguished Hearts --
Anti-Soviet President Gorbachev Caricatured Protest Sign During Soviet Armed Crackdown on Independence-Bent Baltic SSR --
Britain's Labour Party Debate --
Greenpeace Activists Protest GOP Policy Agenda --
Berlin Police Use Tear Gas to Quell Anti-Nazi Protest --
Expatriates Urge Fellow Iranians to Boycott Presidential Election --
Labor, Trade, and Globalization --
Introduction to Labor, Trade, and Globalization --
Great Free Trade Demonstration at Liverpool --
Decrees of the Provisional Government Relating to the Workingmen --
Which Side Are You On --
Single Women of Boston Picket Relief Headquarters --
Deportee --
Rip in the Silk Industry --
Address by César Chávez, President United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO --
Casey Jones-The Union Scab --
Grand Jury Indictment of the Chicago Seven --
Bill Gates Hit with Pie --
Anti-WTO Protests Escalate --
May Day in the Soviet Union --
Solidarity's Message --
Globalization and the Maquiladoras --
What Charles and Evan Did for Spring Break --
On the Air Traffic Controllers Strike --
Protesters Smash the Window of a McDonald's --
Anti-FTAA Protestors Clash with Police --
Globalization: Environmental and Health Practices of American Companies Abroad --
Indonesian Village Chiefs Protest Pulp Mill --
Communities Oppose Wal-Mart --
Sovereignty --
Introduction to Sovereignty --
The Boston Tea Party --
Petition Against the Annexation of Hawaii --
Dandi March --
The Zionist People's Council Proclaim the Establishment of the State of Israel --
State Department Telegram to Diplomats and Consulates Regarding the Recognition of Israel --
Prague Spring --
IRA Hunger Strikes --
Jewish Settlers Protest Israeli Withdrawal from Gaza --
Health, Environment, and Animal Rights --
Introduction to Health, Environment, and Animal Rights --
The First Earth Day --
Animal Rights Raiders Destroy Years of Work --
AIDS Die-in Protest --
Greenpeace Protests French Nuclear Tests in the Mururoa Atoll --
Kyoto Protocol --
A Bitter Pill For the World's Poor --
PETA's "We'd Rather Go Naked" Campaign --
The AIDS-Drug Warrior --
Commission Recommendations on Coexistence of Genetically Modified Crops with Conventional and Organic Farming --
Robbing the Poor to Pay the Rich --
Neighbors of Burned Homes Pained by Suburban Sprawl --
World AIDS Day: Human Rights Watch Calls for Increased Support --
Sources Consulted --
Index.
Series Title: Social issues primary sources collection.
Responsibility: K. Lee Lerner, Brenda Wilmoth Lerner, and Adrienne Wilmoth Lerner, editors.

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A collection of primary source documents that focus on leading social issues of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. International in scope, each title is devoted to one topic.

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