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Writings for a democratic society : the Tom Hayden reader.

Author: Tom Hayden
Publisher: San Francisco : City Lights Books, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The best of Tom Hayden's writings from the turbulent 1960s to the Iraq War.

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Hayden, Tom.
Writings for a democratic society.
San Francisco : City Lights Books, ©2008
(OCoLC)608121060
Named Person: Tom Hayden; Tom Hayden; Tom Hayden
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Hayden
ISBN: 9780872864610 0872864618
OCLC Number: 180576345
Description: 591 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 1 On Writing 9 --
I Building a New Left: Student Activism & Civil Rights in the Early 1960s --
2 A Letter to the New (Young) Left 19 --
3 SNCC in Action: Dignity for the Enslaved and for Us All 27 --
4 Excerpts from the Port Huron Statement 35 --
5 Newark Rebellion 65 --
II The Vietnam War, the Antiwar Movement, and the Chicago Eight --
6 The Other Side: Hanoi, 1965 89 --
7 Vietnam: The Struggle for Peace 114 --
8 North Vietnam Stands Defiant Under Storm of U.S. Bombs 117 --
9 The Streets of Chicago: 1968 123 --
10 Our Identity on Trial 156 --
11 One Long Sadness: A Vietnam Memoir 168 --
III Inside Views: Electoral Politics, Public Policy, and the California State Legislature --
12 From "Make the Future Ours": Tom Hayden for U.S. Senate 177 --
13 Hi, L.A., I'm Peter, and I Haven't a Clue 188 --
14 Not a Diversion: Domestic Violence is a Crime 191 --
15 The Special Interests Still Rule 197 --
16 California Cracks its Mortarboards 200 --
17 Ex-Slave Laborers Deserve Far Better 207 --
18 Label Genetically Altered Food 210 --
IV Digging for Root Causes: Ending Gang Violence --
19 Be Equally Tough on Causes of Violence 215 --
20 Gato and Alex-No Safe Place 219 --
21 The Myth of the Superpredator 229 --
V Personal Roots: Thoughts on Ireland --
22 The Famine of Feeling 235 --
23 Drumcree 1998 Is Mississippi 1963 260 --
VI Personal Life --
24 Jane 265 --
25 Your Son Became a Defendant Instead of a Lawyer 281 --
26 Eulogy for Patrick Lippert 283 --
VII Protecting the Environment --
27 Rainforest Journal 289 --
28 The Politics of Nature 308 --
29 California Salmon on the Verge of Extinction 315 --
30 Earth Day Sermon 320 --
VIII Lessons Learned: Progressive Politics and Foreign Policy --
31 The Mission of UCLA's Hunger Strike 331 --
32 "We Will Not Be Ashamed to Say We Are Czech" 334 --
33 As a Father, I Cannot Stand It 338 --
34 An Exiled Son of Santiago 341 --
35 Things Come 'Round in Mideast 355 --
36 A Top Cuban Leader Thinks Out Loud 362 --
IX Reflections on the 1960s --
37 The Way We Were 373 --
38 Conspiracy In the Streets 403 --
39 Image and Reality: The Vietnam Years 413 --
40 Missing Mills 417 --
41 Enemy of the State: The Secret War against John Lennon 425 --
42 Dick Flacks: Where Caterpillars Become Butterflies 431 --
43 The Children 435 --
44 You Gotta Love Her 444 --
45 Fifty Years On the Road with Jack Kerouac 449 --
46 Memory and Movements: Cheney, Zinn and Beyond 455 --
X From Chicago to Seattle and Beyond: Writings on the Global Justice Movement --
47 In the Beginning Is the Dream: Thoughts on the Zapatista Insurgency 465 --
48 Seattle: It Was Bigger than Chicago 486 --
49 Cancun Files: WTO Opens to Tragedy and Protest 489 --
50 Harvard in Miami 494 --
51 Out of the Melting Pot 498 --
52 Post-Marx From Mumbai 501 --
53 A New Bolivian Diary 511 --
54 Who Are You Calling an Immigrant? 519 --
XI Writing Against the Iraq War --
55 It's Empire versus Democracy 527 --
56 Billy Graham's Legacy: A Crusade in Iraq? 538 --
57 Anti-War Movement Deserves Some Credit 548 --
58 Iraq is Dying 552 --
59 The New Counterinsurgency 557 --
60 Our Gulag 566.
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