History books, textbooks and college professors can only tell you so much about the 1960s counterculture movement, but this brand-new book is literally a detailed chronological account of the... More > militant hippie movement straight from the people who were actually THERE. As a matter of fact, this book contains exclusive high-quality reprints of several different underground publications, newspapers, magazines and real correspondences between people who were actively involved in the counterculture revolution and free speech movements from 1964 - 1971. It has reprints of full-length Underground Press publications spanning nearly a decade, including:
- SDS New Left Notes
- The Black Panthers
- The Buddhist Third-Class Junkmail Oracle
- Liberation News Service
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This never-before-seen book is over 300 pages of raw, unfiltered HISTORY, straight from the original sources. You won't find anything like it, anywhere else.
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SDS New Left Notes Collection: 1969 is a volume containing high-quality replications of carefully selected SDS newspapers spanning the year of 1969.
Students for a Democratic Society was a student... More > activist group that represented the New Left during the 1960s and New Left Notes was their
official newspaper and main source of correspondence to their members.
Topics of articles include the Berkeley strike, Malcolm X, the black panthers, the war in Vietnam, the Boston strangler, the Penn sit-in, ROTC and MUCH more.
- Vietnam Special Supplement
- The Fire Next Time
- Never-before-seen personal SDS handwritten letter< Less
Liberation News Service Collection: 1969 is a single large paperback collection. This is one book containing high-quality, professionally-scanned reproductions of carefully selected Liberation... More > Service News newspapers spanning the year of 1968. Liberation News Service was a student activist group and their underground newspaper was the main source of correspondence to members. Topics of articles include police brutality, Chicago Riots, the black panthers, the war in Vietnam, the National Strike Counsel, the Draft Resistance, ROTC and MUCH more. Over 400 pages!
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"The Black Panther Collection: 1968-73" is a single large paperback collection. This is one book containing high-quality, professionally-scanned reproductions of carefully selected Black... More > Panther newspapers spanning the years 1968-73. The Black Panthers were a notorious New Left student activist group during the 1960s counterculture movement, and their underground newspapers were the main source of correspondence to other members.
Although the Party emerged from black nationalist movements, ultimately, the Panthers condemned black nationalism as "black racism" and became more ideologically focused on socialist revolution without racial exclusivity. They instituted a variety of community social programs designed to alleviate poverty, improve health among inner city black communities, and soften the Party's public image. The Black Panther Party's most widely known programs were its armed citizens' patrols to evaluate behavior of police officers and its Free Breakfast for Children program.< Less
Lewis-McChord Free Press Collection: 1971-73 is a single large paperback collection. This is one book containing high-quality, professionally-scanned reproductions of carefully selected Lewis-McChord... More > Free Press newspapers spanning the years 1971-73. Free Press was a New Left student activist group made up of soldiers from the GI Alliance, and their underground newspapers were the main source of correspondence to other members.
During the early 70s, the desertion and AWOL rates in the Army were the highest in modern history, with 7 desertions, 17 AWOL cases, 2 disciplinary discharges, 12 complaints to Congressmen, and 18 non-judicial punishments in every group of 100 soldiers, while almost a third report some form of consistent drug use. The desertion rates in the Air Force, with the air war in Cambodia, increased by 300% from their 1968 levels. These newspapers are a detailed account of the culmination of that dissent.< Less
Tutorial for: Discuss Arab politics in the 1960s. Who were key figures and what were some of the major issues facing Middle Eastern states at the time? Be sure to also comment on the creation of the... More > PLO and its relationship with al-Fatah. What hindered peaceful coexistence efforts in your opinion during this time? If you were a European or American diplomat at this time how would you advise foreign policy makers?< Less