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Radical Reader A Documentary History of the American Radical Tradition

ISBN-10: 1565846826
ISBN-13: 9781565846821
Edition: 2002
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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: New Press, The
Publication date: 8/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 688
Size: 6.19" wide x 9.23" long x 1.53" tall
Weight: 2.486
Language: English

Manning Marable is director of the Institute for Research in African American studies and professor of history at Columbia University. He edited Dispatches from the Ebony Tower(Columbia, 2000) and is the author of Black Leadership(Columbia, 1998); W.E.B. Du Bois: Black Radical Democrat;and Speaking Truth to Power: Essays on Race, Resistance, and Radicalismamong other books. He lives in New York City.

Eric Foner is a professor of American history at Columbia University.

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
American Revolution
The Rights of the British Colonies Asserted and Proved (1764)
Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress (1765)
Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies (1768)
A State of the Rights of the Colonists (1772)
Slave Petitions for Freedom (1773)
Speech at the Second Virginia Convention (1775)
Common Sense (1776)
On Being Brought from Africa to America (1773) and To His Excellency General Washington (1776)
Letter to John Adams (1776)
Declaration of Independence (1776)
An Act for Establishing Religious Freedom (1785)
Petition from Shays' Rebellion (1786)
The Bill of Rights (1791)
A Charge (1797)
Utopian Visions
Six Sermons on Intemperance (1826)
The Rights of Man to Property (1829)
Lectures on the Revivals of Religion (1835)
Manifesto (1840)
Self-Reliance (1841)
Slave Spirituals (c. 1600s-1800s)
Resistance to Civil Government (1849)
Leaves of Grass (1855)
Second Inaugural Address (1864)
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884)
Looking Backward, 2000-1887 (1888)
Herland (1915)
Abolitionism
Opening Editorial: Freedom's Journal (1827)
An Appeal to the Coloured Citizens of the World (1829)
Opening Editorial: The Liberator (1831)
Confession (1831)
Declaration of Sentiments (1833)
Productions (1835)
An Appeal to the Christian Women of the South (1836)
American Slavery As It Is (1839)
An Address to the Slaves of the United States (1843)
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (1845)
Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852)
What to the Slave is the Fourth of July? (1852)
The Condition, Elevation, Emigration, and Destiny of the Colored People of the United States Politically Considered (1852)
Last Speech to the Jury (1859)
Thirteenth (1865), Fourteenth (1868), and Fifteenth (1870) Amendments
Suffrage and Feminism
Letters on the Equality of the Sexes (1838)
Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845)
Seneca Falls Convention: Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions (1848)
The Rights of Women (1848)
Sojourner Truth: Ar'n't I A Woman? (1851)
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (1861)
Letter to Abby Kelley Foster (1867)
Appeal to the National Democratic Convention (1868)
Declaration of the Rights of Women (1876)
Womanhood A Vital Element (1886)
Solitude of Self (1892)
A Double Standard (1895)
A Red Record (1895)
National Call for a League of Women Voters (1919)
Nineteenth Amendment (1920)
Land and Labor
Declaration of Independence (1829)
Address to Young Mechanics (1830)
An Indian's Looking-Glass for the White Man (1836)
Vote Yourself A Farm (1846)
A Reduction of Hours, An Increase in Wages (1865)
Declaration of Principles (1867)
Statement of Principles (1869)
The Great Uprising (1877)
Preamble (1878)
The Crime of Poverty (1885)
Omaha Platform (1892)
Appeal (1892)
Statement to the American Railway Union (1894)
Declaration of Interdependence (1895)
Cross of Gold Speech (1896)
Black Elk Speaks (1932)
Anarchism, Socialism, and Communism
The Jungle (1905)
Manifesto and Preamble (1905 and 1908)
The General Strike (1911)
Anarchism: What It Really Stands For (1911)
Speech to Striking Coal Miners (1912)
The Trouble at Lawrence (1912)
War in Paterson (1913)
Address to the Jury (1918)
Why I Am a Socialist (1928)
Acceptance Speech at the National Nominating Convention of the Workers (Communist) Party of America (1928)
Share Our Wealth (1935)
"New Negro" to Black Power
Two Negro Radicalisms (1919)
The New Negro - What Is He? (1920)
Africa for the Africans (1923)
The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain (1926)
You Cannot Kill the Working Class (1937)
Why Should We March? (1942)
The Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Women Who Made It (1955)
We Must Fight Back (1959)
Wake Up America! (1963)
Letter from Birmingham Jail (1963)
My Dungeon Shook (1963)
The Ballot or the Bullet (1964)
What We Want (1966)
What We Want, What We Believe (1966)
Political Prisoners, Prisons, and Black Liberation (1971)
The Gary Declaration (1972)
Modern Feminism
The Feminine Mystique (1963)
Sex and Caste: A Kind of Memo (1965)
Statement of Purpose (1966)
No More Miss America! (1968)
The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm (1968)
Sexual Politics: A Manifesto for Revolution (1970)
The Enemy Within (1970)
Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female (1971)
Boston Women's Health Book Collective: Our Bodies, Ourselves (1973)
The Combahee River Collective Statement (1977)
Pornography: Men Possessing Women (1981)
ManifestA: Young Women, Feminism and the Future (2000)
The New Left and Counterculture
Howl (1956)
The Port Huron Statement (1962)
One Dimensional Man (1964)
Berkeley Fall: The Berkeley Student Rebellion of 1964 (1965)
In White America (1967)
The Student as Nigger (1967)
Predictions for Yippie Activities (1968)
Columbia Liberated (1968)
Bring the War Home (1969)
The Weather Underground: Communique #1 (1970)
Radical Environmentalism
Walden (1854)
My People Are Ebbing Away Like a Fast-Receding Tide (1855)
Man and Nature (1864)
The Destruction of the Redwoods (1901)
A Sand County Almanac (1949)
Silent Spring (1962)
Desert Solitaire (1968)
Letter from Delano (1969)
The Closing Circle (1971)
Animal Liberation (1975)
Strategic Monkeywrenching (1985)
Environmental Racism and the Environmental Justice Movement (1993)
Queer Liberation
The Importance of Being Different (1954)
Gay Power Comes to Sheridan Square (1969)
Notes of a Radical Lesbian (1969)
Refugees from Amerika: A Gay Manifesto (1970)
The Woman-Identified Woman (1970)
What We Want, What We Believe (1971)
How to Zap Straights (1973)
Post-Action Position Statement on its "Stop the Church" Action (1989)
A Queer Manifesto (1993)
Matthew's Passion (1998)
Epilogue: New Directions
Why Johnny Can't Dissent (1995)
Habeus Corpus is a Legal Entitlement (1996)
Transgender Movement: International Bill of Gender Rights (1995) and Read My Lips (1997)
Culture Jamming (1999)
WTO: The Battle in Seattle (An Eyewitness Account) (1999)
Freedom Agenda (1999)
The Academic Labor Movement: Understanding Its Origins and Current Challenges (2000)
5 Days That Shook the World (2000)
A Crisis of Democracy (2000)
None Dare Call It Treason (2000)
Harvard Living Wage Campaign: Why We Are Sitting In (2001)
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)
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