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Protest nation : words that inspired a century of American radicalism

Author: Timothy Patrick McCarthy; John Campbell McMillian
Publisher: New York : New Press : Distributed by Perseus Distribution, 2010.
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Genre/Form: History
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Timothy Patrick McCarthy; John Campbell McMillian
ISBN: 9781595585042 1595585044
OCLC Number: 435419376
Description: x, 230 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction / McCarthy, McMillian --
The Jungle / Sinclair --
Anarchism: What it really stands for / Goldman --
Herland / Perkins --
Address to the Jury / Debs --
Africa for Africans / Garvey --
Share our wealth / Long --
My answer / Robeson --
The Montgomery bus boycott and the women who made it / Robinson --
Howl / Ginsberg --
The Port Huron statement / Students for a democratic society --
Silent spring / Carson --
The feminine mystique / Friedan --
Letter from Birmingham jail / King --
The ballot or the bullet / Malcolm X --
One dimensional man / Marcuse --
What we want, what we believe / Black Panther party --
No more Miss America! / Morgan --
Chicago 8 trial testimony / Hoffman --
Bring the war home / Students for a democratic society --
Letter from Delano / Chavez --
The responsibility of intellectuals / Chomsky --
Sexual politics: A manifesto for revolution / Millett --
Refugees from Amerika: a gay minifesto / Wittman --
Political prisoners, prisons, and black liberation --
Davis --
Trail of broken treaties / American Indian Movement --
Animal liberation / Singer --
The Combahee river collective statement --
The hope speech / Milk --
The master's tool will never dismantle the master's house / Lorde
Responsibility: edited by Timothy Patrick McCarthy and John McMillian.

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