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Author: Seven Days.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The records of this alternative political periodical, published in the 1970s, includes correspondence, financial records, memorandum, article manuscripts, editorial files, press releases, reprints, reports, newspaper clippings, photographs, brochures, flyers, and book catalogs. These materials document the social and political concerns of its editor, David Dellinger, and the 1960s political activist; including
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Genre/Form: Book catalogs
Clippings
Correspondence
Financial records
Handbills
Manuscripts
Memorandums
Pamphlets
Photographs
Press releases
Reports
Reprints
Named Person: Peter Biskind; Virginia Blaisdell; Eva Cockcroft; David T Dellinger; Elizabeth Hess; George S McGovern; William Reich; Peggy Somers; Mike Shuster; Jim Woodward; Peter Wollheim
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Seven Days.
OCLC Number: 145566763
Description: 41 c.f. (41 Paige boxes)

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The records of this alternative political periodical, published in the 1970s, includes correspondence, financial records, memorandum, article manuscripts, editorial files, press releases, reprints, reports, newspaper clippings, photographs, brochures, flyers, and book catalogs. These materials document the social and political concerns of its editor, David Dellinger, and the 1960s political activist; including issues such as civil rights, abortion, draft resistance, migrant labor, public housing, alternative life styles, and American foreign policy in Africa, Vietnam, Central America, and the Middle East.

The most prominent correspondents include Peter Biskind, Virginia Blaisdell, Eva Cockcroft, Elizabeth Hess, George McGovern, William Reich.

Peggy Somers, Mike Shuster, Jim Woodward, and Peter Wollheim. The records also include a portion of Dellinger's papers, those which relate to the publication of SEVEN DAYS. Temple University holds other collections concerning American social/political activism, 1960-1985.

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