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Author: Timothy Patrick McCarthy; John Campbell McMillian
Publisher: New York : New Press, 2003.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
History
Sources
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Timothy Patrick McCarthy; John Campbell McMillian
ISBN: 1565848276 9781565848276 1565846826 9781565846821
OCLC Number: 50912753
Description: xvi, 688 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: American Revolution --
Utopian visions --
Abolitionism --
Suffrage and feminism --
Land and labor --
Anarchism, socialism, and communism --
"New Negro" to Black Power --
Modern feminism --
The New Left and counterculture --
Radical environmentalism --
Queer liberation --
New directions. Foreword / Eric Foner --
Acknowledgments --
Introduction / Timothy Patrick McCarthy and John McMillian --
Chapter one. American Revolution. The rights of the British colonies asserted and proved (1764) / James Otis --
Resolutions of the Stamp act Congress (1765) --
Letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania to the inhabitants of the British Colonies (1768) / John Dickinson --
A State of the rights of the colonists (1772) / Samuel Adams --
Slave petitions for freedom (1773) --
Speech at the Second Virginia Convention (1775) / Patrick Henry --
Common Sense (1776) / Thomas Paine --
On Being brought from Africa to America (1773) / Phillis Wheatley --
To his Excellency General Washington (1776) / Phillis Wheatley --
Letter to John Adams (1776) / Abigail Adams --
Declaration of Independence (1776) --
An act for establishing religious freedom (1785) / Thomas Jefferson --
Petition from Shays' Rebellion (1786) --
The Bill of Rights (1791) --
A charge (1797) / Prince Hall --
Chapter two. Utopian Visions. Six sermons on intemperance (1826) / Lyman Beecher --
The rights of man to property (1829) / Thomas Skidmore --
Lectures on the revivals of religion (1835) / Charles Grandison Finney --
Manifesto (1840) / Robert Owen --
Self-reliance (1841) / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
Slave spirituals (c. 1600s-1800s) --
Resistance to civil government (1849) / Henry David Thoreau --
Leaves of grass (1855) / Walt Whitman--
Second Inaugural Address (1864) / Abraham Lincoln --
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884) / Mark Twain --
Looking Backward, 2000-1887 (1888) / Edward Bellamy --
Herland (1915) / Charlotte Perkins Gilman --
Chapter three. Abolitionism. Freedom's journal (1827) / Opening editorial --
An appeal to the coloured citizens of the world (1829) / David Walker --
The liberator (1831) / Opening editorial--
Confession (1831) / Nat Turner --
Declaration of sentiments (1833) / American Anti-Slavery Society--
Productions (1835) / Maria W. Stewart --
An appeal to the Christian women of the South (1836) / Angelina Grimké --
American slavery as it is (1839) / Theodore Dwight Weld --
An address to the slaves of the United States (1843) / Henry Highland Garnet --
Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass (1845) / Frederick Douglass --
Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) / Harriet Beecher Stowe --
What to the slave is the Fourth of July? (1852) / Frederick Douglass --
The condition, elevation, emigration, and destiny of the colored people of the United States politically considered (1852) / Martin Delany --
Last speech to the jury (1859) / John Brown --
Thirteenth (1865), Fourteenth (1868), and Fifteenth (1870) Amendments --
Chapter four. Suffrage and Feminism. Letters on the equality of the sexes (1838) / Sarah Grimké --
Woman in the nineteenth century (1845) / Margaret Fuller --
Seneca Falls Convention, Declaration of sentiments and resolutions (1848) --
The rights of women (1848) / Frederick Douglass --
Ar'n't I A woman (1851) / Sojourner Truth --
Incidents in the life of a slave girl (1861) / Harriet Jacobs --
Letter to Abby Kelley Foster (1867) / Lucy Stone --
Appeal to the National Democratic Convention (1868) / Susan B. Anthony --
Declaration of the rights of women (1876) / National Woman Suffrage Association --
Womanhood a vital element (1886) / Anna Julia Cooper --
Solitude of self (1892) / Elizabeth Cady Stanton --
A double standard (1895) / Frances E. W. Harper --
A red record (1895) / Ida B. Wells-Barnett --
National call for a League of Women Voters (1919) / Carrie Chapman Catt --
Nineteenth Amendment (1920) --
Chapter five. Land and labor. Declaration of independence (1829) / Working Men's Party --
Address to young mechanics (1830) / Frances Wright --
An Indian's looking-glass for the white man / (1836) / William Apess --
Vote yourself a farm (1846) / George Henry Evans --
A reduction of hours, an increase in wages (1865) / Ira Steward --
Declaration of principles (1867) / National Labor Union --
Statement of principles (1869) / Colored National Labor Union --
The great uprising (1877) / Joseph A. Dacus --
Preamble (1878) / Knights of Labor --
The crime of poverty (1885) / Henry George --
Omaha platform (1892) / People's Party --
Appeal (1892) / Chinese Equal Rights League --
Statement to the American Railway Union (1894) / Pullman Workers --
Declaration of interdependence (1895) / Socialist Labor Party --
Cross of gold speech (1896) / William Jennings Bryan --
Black Elk speaks (1932) / Black Elk --
Chapter six. Anarchism, Socialism, and Communism. The jungle (1905) / Upton Sinclair --
Manifesto and preamble (1905 and 1908) / The Industrial Workers of the World --
The general strike (1911) / William D. "Big Bill" Haywood --
Anarchism: what it really stands for (1911) / Emma Goldman --
Speech to striking coal miners (1912) / Mother Jones --
The trouble at Lawrence (1912) / Mary Heaton Vorse --
War in Paterson (1913) / John Reed --
Address to the jury (1918) / Eugene Debs --
Why I am a Socialist (1928) / Norman Thomas --
Acceptance speech at the National Nominating Convention of the Workers (Communists) Party of America (1928) / William Z. Foster --
Share our wealth (1935) / Huey Long --
Chapter seven. "New Negro" to Black Power. Two Negro radicalism (1919) / Hubert H. Harrison --
The New Negro--What is he? (1920) / W. A. Domingo --
Africa for the Africans (1923) / Marcus Garvey --
The Negro artist and the racial mountain (1926) / Langston Hughes --
You cannot kill the working class (1937) / Angelo Herndon --
Why should we march? (1942) / A. Philip Randolph --
The Montgomery bus boycott and the women who made it (1955) / Jo Ann Robinson --
We must fight back (1959) / Robert F. Williams --
Wake up America! (1963) / John Lewis --
Letter from Birmingham jail (1963) / Martin Luther King, Jr. --
My dungeon shook (1963) / James Baldwin --
The ballot or the bullet (1964) / Malcolm X --
What we want (1966) / Stokely Carmichael --
What we want, what we believe (1966) / The Black Panther Party --
Political prisoners, prisons, and Black liberation (1971) / Angela Y. Davis --
The Gary declaration (1972) / The National Black Political Convention --
Chapter eight. Modern Feminism. The feminine mystique (1963) / Betty Friedan --
Sex and caste: A kind of memo (1965) / Casey Hayden and Mary King --
Statement of purpose (1966) / National Organization for Women (NOW) --
No more Miss America! (1968) / Robin Morgan --
The myth of the vaginal orgasm (1968) / Anne Koedt --
Sexual politics: A manifesto for revolution (1970) / Kate Millett --
The enemy within (1970) / Susan Brownmiller --
Double jeopardy: To be black and female (1971) / Frances M. Beal --
Our bodies, ourselves (1973) / Boston Women's Health Book Collective --
The Combahee River Collective statement (1977) --
Pornography: Men possessing women (1981) / Andrea Dworkin --
ManifestA: Young women, feminism and the future (2000) / Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards --
Chapter nine. The new left and counterculture. Howl (1956) / Allen Ginsberg --
The Port Huron statement (1962) / Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) --
One dimensional man (1964) / Herbert Marcuse --
Berkeley Fall: The Berkeley student rebellion of 1964 (1965) / Mario Savio --
In White America (1967) / Gregory Calvert --
The student as Nigger (1967) / Jerry Farber --
Predictions for Yippie activities (1968) / Ed Sanders --
Columbia liberated (1968) / The Columbia Strike Coordinating Committee --
Bring the war home (1969) / Students for a Democratic Society --
Comminiqué #1 (1970) / The Weather Underground --
Chapter ten. Radical environmentalism. Walden (1854) / Henry David Thoreau --
My people are ebbing away like a fast-receding tide (1855) / Chief Seattle --
Man and nature (1864) / George P. Marsh --
The destruction of the redwoods (1901) / John Muir --
A Sand County almanac (1949) / Aldo Leopold --
Silent Spring (1962) / Rachel Carson --
Desert solitaire (1968) / Edward Abbey --
Letter from Delano (1969) / César Chávez --
The closing circle (1971) / Barry Commoner --
Animal liberation (1975) / Peter Singer --
Strategic monkeywrenching (1985) / Dave Foreman --
Environmental racism and the environmental justice movement (1993) / Robert Bullard --
Chapter eleven. Queer liberation. The importance of being different (1954) / Lyn Pederson (Jim Kepner) --
Gay power comes to Sheridan Square (1969) / Lucian Truscott IV --
Notes of a radical Lesbian (1969) / Martha Shelly --
Refugees from Amerika: A Gay manifesto (1970) / Carl Williams --
The woman-identified woman (1970) / Radicalesbians --
What we want, what we believe (1971) / Third World Gay Liberation --
How to zap straights (1973) / Arthur Evans --
Post-action position statement on its "stop the church" action (1989) / ACT UP --
A queer manifesto (1993) / Michelangelo Signorile --
Matthew's passion (1998) / Tony Kushner --
Epilogue. new directions. Why Johnny can't dissent (1995) / Thomas Frank --
Habeus Corpus is a legal entitlement (1996) / asha bandele --
Transgender Movement: International bill of gender rights (1995) and Read my lips (1997) --
Culture jamming (1999) / Kalle Lasn --
WTO: The battle in Seattle (An eyewitness account) (1999) / Roni Krouzman --
Freedom agenda (1999) / Black Radical Congress --
The academic labor movement: Understanding its origin and current challenges (2000) / Kevin Mattson --
5 days that shook the world (2000) / Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair --
A crisis of democracy (2000) / Ralph Nader --
None dare call it treason (2000) / Vincent Bugliosi --
Why we are sitting in (2001) / Harvard Living Wage Campaign --
Antiwar documents: The boondocks (2002) and We oppose both Saddam Hussein and the U.S. war on Iraq: A call for a new democratic U.S. foreign policy (2003).
Responsibility: edited by Timothy Patrick McCarthy and John McMillian ; foreword by Eric Foner.

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