'Takin' It to the Streets' A Sixties Reader

ISBN-10: 019514290X
ISBN-13: 9780195142907
Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)
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List price: $49.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/26/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 560
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.914

"Takin' It to the Streets", 2/e is a comprehensive collection of primary documents covering political, social and cultural aspects of the 1960's. Drawn from mainstream sources, little-known sixties periodicals, pamphlets and public speeches, this anthology brings together representative writings many of which have been unavailable for years or have never been reprinted, from the Port Huron Statement and Malcolm X's "The Ballot or the Bullet" to Richard Nixon's "If Mob Rule Takes Hold in the U.S." and Ronald Reagan's "Freedom versus Anarchy on Campus." Introductions and headnotes by the editors help highlight the importance of particular documents while relating them to each other and placing them within the broader context of the decade. While paying particular attention to civil rights, anti-war activity, Black power, the counter-culture, the women's and gay/lesbian struggles for recognition, the authors also take into account the conservative backlashes these sparked and thus present a balanced portrait of a tumultuous era. For this revised edition, the editors have dropped nine pieces while adding nearly thirty new selections, including new selections on religion, the drug culture, the sexual revolution, the conservative backlash, and the Vietnam War.

"Past As Prologue": The 1950S As An Introduction To The 1960s
"Keep On Walkin', Keep On Talkin'": Civil Rights To 1965
The Power of Nonviolence
The Jackson Sit-InSNCC: Founding Statement
The Freedom Rides
Wake Up America
Letters From Mississippi
Testimony Before the Democratic National Convention
SNCC Position Paper: Women in the Movement
Sex and Caste: A Kind of Memo
Selma
"My Generation": The Student Movement and the New Leftbeginnings
The Port Huron Statement
Letter to the New Left
Raising the Question of Who Decides
How to Help the Ones at the Bottom
Community Organizing
The Politics of "The Movement"
Cleveland: Conference of the Poor
The Free Speech Movement
The Wedding Within the War
An End to History
Free Speech Movement Leaflets To the Students of Political Science 113 "Do Not Fold, Bend, Mutilate, or Spindle"
Catch-801
Freedom is a Big Deal
New Left Thinking at Mid-Decade
In White America: Radical Consciousness and Social Change
Student Power: A Radical View
"Say It Loud, Say It Proud": Black Nationalism And Ethnic Consciousness
Black Nationalism and Black Pride
The Ballot or the Bullet
The Watts Riots The McCone Commission Reports on Watts, Violence in the City--An End or a Beginning? and Paul Bullock, Watts: The Aftermath
SNCC, The Basis of Black PowerLarry Neal, Black Art and Black Liberation
The Black Panthers
The Black Panther Platform: "What We Want, What We Believe"
Police and the Panthers
Requiem for Nonviolence [The Death of Martin Luther King, Jr.]
The Revolt of the Black Athlete
Latinos
Chicano ManifestoEl Plan de Aztlan
First National Chicana Conference
The Tale of the Raza [Cesar Chavez and the Farm Workers' Movement]
Asian-Americans
Amy Uyematsu, The Emergence of Yellow Power
American Indians
National Indian Youth Council
Watts and Little Big Horn
"Hey, Hey, Lbj!": Vietnam and the Antiwar Movementthe War
Background to War: Vietnam Documents The Vietnamese Declaration of Independence The Geneva Accords, July 1954
John F. Kennedy and the "Domino Theory"
Henry Cabot Lodge on Removing Diem
The Tonkin Gulf Resolution
McGeorge Bundy and "Sustained Reprisal"
"Plan for Action for South Vietnam"
George Ball and The Internal Opposition
Lyndon Johnson on Why Fight in Vietnam?
One Soldier's View: Vietnam Letters
The Antiwar Movement
The Incredible War
Trapped in a System
SDS Call for a March on Washington
SNCC Position Paper on Vietnam
Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam
Berrigan at Cornell
Resistance and the Draft
Channeling
The Resistance, We Refuse to ServeVietnam and the Draft
A Time to Say No
Antidraft Activity Draft Board Raids Up An Open Letter to the Corporations of America Beaver 55 Strikes Again
Experiences Of War
In the War Army Times The Fort Hood Three
Antiwar Activity Within the Military The Pentagon is Rising A Lot of GIs A.W.O.L. Oleo Strut Is Recruiting Join the Foreign Legion
My LaiLynda Van Devanter, Home Before Morning
Vietnam Veterans Against the War
One Vet's Remembrances
"Eight Miles High": The Counterculturethe Arts
Trout Fishing in America
The Living Theatre
San Francisco Bray
Janis Joplin, Love, Janis
Nothing Would Ever Be the Same
Rock and Roll Is a Weapon of Cultural Revolution
To Dance
Religion
Buddhism and the Coming Revolution
Are You Running With Me, Jesus?
The Drug Culture
Confessions of a Middle-Aged Pot

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