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The New Left in America; reform to revolution, 1956 to 1970

Author: Edward J Bacciocco
Publisher: Stanford, Calif., Hoover Institution Press [1974]
Series: Hoover Institution publication, 130.
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Bacciocco, Edward J.
New Left in America.
Stanford, Calif., Hoover Institution Press [1974]
(OCoLC)576705150
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward J Bacciocco
ISBN: 0817913017 9780817913014
OCLC Number: 866002
Description: xvi, 300 pages 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword --
Preface and acknowledgments --
Abbreviations --
1. Factors contributing to the evolution of the New Left in the United States. Middle American in the Fifties --
Critics of Middle America --
England: birthplace of the New Left --
The Beat Generation: groundbreakers for the New Left --
Another look at the "Ungeneration" --
1960: birth of the American New Left --
2. SNCC from 1960 to 1964: the spirit of the New Left. Introduction --
The Greensboro sit-in --
The founding of the SNCC --
Freedom rides and changes in strategy --
SNCC, voter registration, and community organizing --
1963: the March on Washington and mock elections in Mississippi --
Mississippi summer of 1964 --
Achievements and failures of the summer project --
3. The birth of Black Power. 1965: a year of defeat for SNCC --
1966: the birth of Black Power --
4. SDS from 1960 to 1964: the torchbearers of the New Left. 1960-1963: esatblishing the intellectural and structural basis for a New Left --
ERAP: the SDS community organizaing project --
5. The New Left transformed. The Berkeley Free Speech Movement --
1965: SDS searches anew for program and perspective --
6. SDS from 1966 to 1967: the tortuous road to revolution. 1966: toward an unstable revolutionary mixture --
1967: from protest to resistance --
7. Final convulsions: 1968-1969. 1968: the decline of SDS; revolutionary practice without theory --
1969: death and transfiguration --
8. Survey ad evaluation of the New Left. A "New" Left and its successes --
Shortcomings and errors --
Alienation, revolution, and insights into the phenomenon --
Notes --
Bibliography --
Index.
Series Title: Hoover Institution publication, 130.
Responsibility: [by] Edward J. Bacciocco, Jr.

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