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The Resource American protest literature, edited by Zoe Trodd ; foreword by John Stauffer ; afterword by Howard Zinn

American protest literature, edited by Zoe Trodd ; foreword by John Stauffer ; afterword by Howard Zinn

Label
American protest literature
Title
American protest literature
Statement of responsibility
edited by Zoe Trodd ; foreword by John Stauffer ; afterword by Howard Zinn
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
YDXCP
Dewey number
303.48/40973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HN90.R3
LC item number
A6754 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Trodd, Zoe
Series statement
The John Harvard library
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  • Radicalism
  • Protest literature, American
  • Protest movements
  • Protest literature, American
  • Protest movements
  • Radicalism
  • United States
  • Protestbewegung
  • Literatur
  • USA
Label
American protest literature, edited by Zoe Trodd ; foreword by John Stauffer ; afterword by Howard Zinn
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 519-527) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword / John Stauffer -- 1. Declaring independence : the American Revolution -- The literature -- A political litany (1775) / Philip Freneau -- (From) Common sense (1776) / Thomas Paine -- (From) The dominion of providence over the passions of men (1776) / John Witherspoon -- The Declaration of Independence (1776) -- (From) Letters from an American farmer (1782) / J. Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur -- The legacy -- The working men's party declaration of independence (1829) / George Evans -- Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments (1848) -- (From) Resistance to civil government (1849) / Henry David Thoreau -- (From) Provisional constitution (1858) / John Brown -- (From) Declaration of independence by the Socialist Labor Party (1895) / Daniel De Leon -- 2. Unvanishing the Indian : Native American rights -- The literature -- Speech to Governor William Harrison at Vincennes (1810) / Tecumseh -- An Indian's looking-glass for the White man (1833) / William Apess -- Indian names (1834) / Lydia Sigourney -- (From) From the deep woods to civilization (1916) / Charles Eastman -- (From) Black Elk speaks (1932) / Black Elk and John G. Neihardt -- (From) bury my heart at Wounded Knee (1970) / Dee Brown -- What is the American Indian Movement? (1973) / Birgil Kills Straight and Richard LaCourse -- American Indians and Vietnamese (1973) / Roland Winkler -- (From) Lakota woman (1990) / Mary Crow Dog -- The exaggeration of despair (1996) / Sherman Alexie -- 3. Little books that started a big war : abolition and antislavery -- The literature -- (From) Appeal to the coloured citizens (1829) / David Walker -- (From) Uncle Tom's cabin (1852) / Harriet Beecher Stowe -- (From) The meeting of July fourth for the Negro (1852) / Frederick Douglass -- Prison letters (1859) / John Brown -- (From) Incidents in the life of a slave girl (1861) / Harriet Jacobs -- The legacy -- The Emancipation Proclamation and the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution (1863, 1865-1870) -- Solidarity forever (1915) / Ralph Chaplin -- (From) Everybody's protest novel (1949) / James Baldwin -- (From) The defiant ones (1958) / Stanley Kramer -- (From) Disposable people : new slavery in the global economy (1999) -- 4. This land is herland : women's rights and suffragism -- From) Shall women have the right to vote? (1851) / Wendell Phillips -- (From) Women and suffrage (1867) / Lydia Maria Child -- (From) Declaration and protest of the women of the United States (1876) / National Woman Suffrage Association -- (From) Solitude of self (1892) / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- The yellow wallpaper (1892) / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- The legacy -- Frederick Douglass (1908) / Mary Church Terrell -- (From) Why women should vote (1910) / Jane Addams -- (From) Herland (1915) / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Nineteenth Amendment and Equal Rights Amendments (1920, 1923, 1943) -- Now we can begin (1920) / Crystal Eastman -- 5. Capitalism's discontents : socialism and industry -- The literature -- (From) Life in the iron mills (1861) / Rebecca Harding Davis -- (From) Looking backward, 2000-1887 (1888) / Edward Bellamy -- (From) The jungle (1906) / Upton Sinclair -- Sadie Pfeifer, and Making human junk (1908, 1915) / Lewis Hine -- The legacy -- (From) The People's Party platform (1892) / Ignatius Donnelly -- (From) Food and Drugs Act and Meat Inspection Act (1906) -- Statement to the Court (1918) / Eugene V. Debs -- Farewell, Capitalist America! (1929) / William (Big Bill) Haywood -- (From) Nickel and dimed (2001) / Barbara Ehrenreich --
  • 6. Strange fruit : against lynching -- The literature -- (From) Southern horrors (1892) / Ida B. Wells -- Jesus Christ in Texas (1920) / W.E.B. Du Bois -- The lynching (1920) / Claude McKay -- (From) Big boy leaves home (1936) / Richard Wright -- Strange fruit (1937, 1939) / Abel Meeropol and Billie Holiday -- The legacy -- Bill for Negro Rights and the Suppression of Lynching (1934) / League of Struggle for Negro Rights -- Federal law is imperative (1947) / Helen Gahagan Douglas -- Take a stand against the Klan (1980) / The John Brown Anti-Klan Committee -- (From) AmeriKKKa 1998 : the lynching of James Byre (1998) / Michael Slate -- The lynching of Thomas Shipp and Abram Smith, 1930 (2000) -- 7. Dust tracks on the road : the Great Depression -- The literature -- Migrant mother (1936) / Dorothea Lange -- Farmer and sons (1936) / Arthur Rothstein -- (From) The grapes of wrath (1939) / John Steinbeck -- Hale County, Alabama (1936) / Walker Evans -- (From) Let us now praise famous men (1941) / James Agee -- The legacy -- Tom Joad (1940) / Woody Guthrie -- (From) 12 million Black votes (1941) / Richard Wright and Edwin Rosskam -- (From) The sweet flypaper of life (1955) / Roy DeCarava and Langston Hughes -- (From) The other America (1962) / Michael Harrington -- Poverty is a crime (1972) / Malik -- 8. The dungeon shook : civil rights and Black liberation -- The literature -- Montgomery : reflections of a living alien (1956) / Robert Granat -- My dungeon shook (1962) / James Baldwin -- (From) Letter from Birmingham Jail (1963) / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- civil Rights March on Washington, D.C. (1963) / Marion Trikosko -- (From) The ballot or the bullet (1964) / Malcolm X -- The legacy -- On Civil Rights (1963) / John F. Kennedy -- (From) The American promise (1965) / Lyndon B. Johnson -- Black art (1966) / Amiri Baraka -- Panther power (1989) / Tupac Shakur -- Ten Point Program (2001) / Ne Black Panther Party -- 9. A problem that had no name : second-wave feminism -- The literature -- I stand here ironing (1956) / Tillie Olsen -- (From) The feminine mystique (1963) / Betty Friedan -- Statement of Purpose (1966) / National Organization for Women -- Women's liberation has a different meaning for Blacks (1970) / Renee Ferguson -- For the Equal Rights Amendment (1970) / Shirley Chisholm -- The legacy -- Letter to Betty Friedan (1963) / Gerda Lerner -- Poetry is not a luxury (1977) / Audre Lorde -- the female and the silence of a man (1989) / June Jordan -- (From) The morning after (1993) / Katie Roiphe -- Women don't riot (1998) / Ana Castillo -- 10. The word is out : gay liberation -- The literature -- (From) Howl (1956) / Allen Ginsberg -- Stonewall documents (1969-1970) -- (From) Refugees from Amerika : a gay manifesto (1969) / Carl Wittman -- The Women's Liberation and Gay Liberation Movements (1970) / Huey P. Newton -- (From) Street theater (1982) / Doric Wilson -- The legacy -- Read my lips (1988) / ACT UP -- Still/here (1994) / Bill T. Jones -- (From) Angels in America (1990, 1991) / Tony Kushner -- Dyke manifesto (1993) / Lesbian Avengers -- (from) Stone butch blues (1993) / Leslie Feinberg -- Goodridge v. Department of Public Health (2003) -- 11. From Saigon to Baghdad : the Vietnam war and beyond -- The literature -- I-feel-like-I'm-fixin'-to-die-rag (1965) / Country Joe and the Fish -- Advent 1966 (1966) / Denise Levertov -- (From) Why are we in Vietnam? (1967) / Norman Mailer -- Saigon (1968) / Eddie Adams -- Napalm (1972) / Nick (Huynh Cong) Ut -- (From) dispatches (1967-1969, 1977) -- The legacy -- April 30, 1975 (1975) / John Balaban -- (From) How to tell a true war story (1987) / Tim O'Brien -- Poets against the war -- Speak out (2003) / Lawrence Ferlinghetti -- Poem of war (2003) / Jim Harrison -- Poem of disconnected parts (2005) / Robert Pinsky -- Who would Jesus torture? (2004) / Clinton Fein -- (From) born on the Fourth of July (1976, 2005) / Ron Kovic -- Afterword / Howard Zinn
Control code
ocn182526203
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st Harvard University Press pbk. ed.
Extent
xxix, 541 pages
Isbn
9780674027633
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780674027633
  • (OCoLC)182526203
Label
American protest literature, edited by Zoe Trodd ; foreword by John Stauffer ; afterword by Howard Zinn
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 519-527) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword / John Stauffer -- 1. Declaring independence : the American Revolution -- The literature -- A political litany (1775) / Philip Freneau -- (From) Common sense (1776) / Thomas Paine -- (From) The dominion of providence over the passions of men (1776) / John Witherspoon -- The Declaration of Independence (1776) -- (From) Letters from an American farmer (1782) / J. Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur -- The legacy -- The working men's party declaration of independence (1829) / George Evans -- Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments (1848) -- (From) Resistance to civil government (1849) / Henry David Thoreau -- (From) Provisional constitution (1858) / John Brown -- (From) Declaration of independence by the Socialist Labor Party (1895) / Daniel De Leon -- 2. Unvanishing the Indian : Native American rights -- The literature -- Speech to Governor William Harrison at Vincennes (1810) / Tecumseh -- An Indian's looking-glass for the White man (1833) / William Apess -- Indian names (1834) / Lydia Sigourney -- (From) From the deep woods to civilization (1916) / Charles Eastman -- (From) Black Elk speaks (1932) / Black Elk and John G. Neihardt -- (From) bury my heart at Wounded Knee (1970) / Dee Brown -- What is the American Indian Movement? (1973) / Birgil Kills Straight and Richard LaCourse -- American Indians and Vietnamese (1973) / Roland Winkler -- (From) Lakota woman (1990) / Mary Crow Dog -- The exaggeration of despair (1996) / Sherman Alexie -- 3. Little books that started a big war : abolition and antislavery -- The literature -- (From) Appeal to the coloured citizens (1829) / David Walker -- (From) Uncle Tom's cabin (1852) / Harriet Beecher Stowe -- (From) The meeting of July fourth for the Negro (1852) / Frederick Douglass -- Prison letters (1859) / John Brown -- (From) Incidents in the life of a slave girl (1861) / Harriet Jacobs -- The legacy -- The Emancipation Proclamation and the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution (1863, 1865-1870) -- Solidarity forever (1915) / Ralph Chaplin -- (From) Everybody's protest novel (1949) / James Baldwin -- (From) The defiant ones (1958) / Stanley Kramer -- (From) Disposable people : new slavery in the global economy (1999) -- 4. This land is herland : women's rights and suffragism -- From) Shall women have the right to vote? (1851) / Wendell Phillips -- (From) Women and suffrage (1867) / Lydia Maria Child -- (From) Declaration and protest of the women of the United States (1876) / National Woman Suffrage Association -- (From) Solitude of self (1892) / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- The yellow wallpaper (1892) / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- The legacy -- Frederick Douglass (1908) / Mary Church Terrell -- (From) Why women should vote (1910) / Jane Addams -- (From) Herland (1915) / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Nineteenth Amendment and Equal Rights Amendments (1920, 1923, 1943) -- Now we can begin (1920) / Crystal Eastman -- 5. Capitalism's discontents : socialism and industry -- The literature -- (From) Life in the iron mills (1861) / Rebecca Harding Davis -- (From) Looking backward, 2000-1887 (1888) / Edward Bellamy -- (From) The jungle (1906) / Upton Sinclair -- Sadie Pfeifer, and Making human junk (1908, 1915) / Lewis Hine -- The legacy -- (From) The People's Party platform (1892) / Ignatius Donnelly -- (From) Food and Drugs Act and Meat Inspection Act (1906) -- Statement to the Court (1918) / Eugene V. Debs -- Farewell, Capitalist America! (1929) / William (Big Bill) Haywood -- (From) Nickel and dimed (2001) / Barbara Ehrenreich --
  • 6. Strange fruit : against lynching -- The literature -- (From) Southern horrors (1892) / Ida B. Wells -- Jesus Christ in Texas (1920) / W.E.B. Du Bois -- The lynching (1920) / Claude McKay -- (From) Big boy leaves home (1936) / Richard Wright -- Strange fruit (1937, 1939) / Abel Meeropol and Billie Holiday -- The legacy -- Bill for Negro Rights and the Suppression of Lynching (1934) / League of Struggle for Negro Rights -- Federal law is imperative (1947) / Helen Gahagan Douglas -- Take a stand against the Klan (1980) / The John Brown Anti-Klan Committee -- (From) AmeriKKKa 1998 : the lynching of James Byre (1998) / Michael Slate -- The lynching of Thomas Shipp and Abram Smith, 1930 (2000) -- 7. Dust tracks on the road : the Great Depression -- The literature -- Migrant mother (1936) / Dorothea Lange -- Farmer and sons (1936) / Arthur Rothstein -- (From) The grapes of wrath (1939) / John Steinbeck -- Hale County, Alabama (1936) / Walker Evans -- (From) Let us now praise famous men (1941) / James Agee -- The legacy -- Tom Joad (1940) / Woody Guthrie -- (From) 12 million Black votes (1941) / Richard Wright and Edwin Rosskam -- (From) The sweet flypaper of life (1955) / Roy DeCarava and Langston Hughes -- (From) The other America (1962) / Michael Harrington -- Poverty is a crime (1972) / Malik -- 8. The dungeon shook : civil rights and Black liberation -- The literature -- Montgomery : reflections of a living alien (1956) / Robert Granat -- My dungeon shook (1962) / James Baldwin -- (From) Letter from Birmingham Jail (1963) / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- civil Rights March on Washington, D.C. (1963) / Marion Trikosko -- (From) The ballot or the bullet (1964) / Malcolm X -- The legacy -- On Civil Rights (1963) / John F. Kennedy -- (From) The American promise (1965) / Lyndon B. Johnson -- Black art (1966) / Amiri Baraka -- Panther power (1989) / Tupac Shakur -- Ten Point Program (2001) / Ne Black Panther Party -- 9. A problem that had no name : second-wave feminism -- The literature -- I stand here ironing (1956) / Tillie Olsen -- (From) The feminine mystique (1963) / Betty Friedan -- Statement of Purpose (1966) / National Organization for Women -- Women's liberation has a different meaning for Blacks (1970) / Renee Ferguson -- For the Equal Rights Amendment (1970) / Shirley Chisholm -- The legacy -- Letter to Betty Friedan (1963) / Gerda Lerner -- Poetry is not a luxury (1977) / Audre Lorde -- the female and the silence of a man (1989) / June Jordan -- (From) The morning after (1993) / Katie Roiphe -- Women don't riot (1998) / Ana Castillo -- 10. The word is out : gay liberation -- The literature -- (From) Howl (1956) / Allen Ginsberg -- Stonewall documents (1969-1970) -- (From) Refugees from Amerika : a gay manifesto (1969) / Carl Wittman -- The Women's Liberation and Gay Liberation Movements (1970) / Huey P. Newton -- (From) Street theater (1982) / Doric Wilson -- The legacy -- Read my lips (1988) / ACT UP -- Still/here (1994) / Bill T. Jones -- (From) Angels in America (1990, 1991) / Tony Kushner -- Dyke manifesto (1993) / Lesbian Avengers -- (from) Stone butch blues (1993) / Leslie Feinberg -- Goodridge v. Department of Public Health (2003) -- 11. From Saigon to Baghdad : the Vietnam war and beyond -- The literature -- I-feel-like-I'm-fixin'-to-die-rag (1965) / Country Joe and the Fish -- Advent 1966 (1966) / Denise Levertov -- (From) Why are we in Vietnam? (1967) / Norman Mailer -- Saigon (1968) / Eddie Adams -- Napalm (1972) / Nick (Huynh Cong) Ut -- (From) dispatches (1967-1969, 1977) -- The legacy -- April 30, 1975 (1975) / John Balaban -- (From) How to tell a true war story (1987) / Tim O'Brien -- Poets against the war -- Speak out (2003) / Lawrence Ferlinghetti -- Poem of war (2003) / Jim Harrison -- Poem of disconnected parts (2005) / Robert Pinsky -- Who would Jesus torture? (2004) / Clinton Fein -- (From) born on the Fourth of July (1976, 2005) / Ron Kovic -- Afterword / Howard Zinn
Control code
ocn182526203
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st Harvard University Press pbk. ed.
Extent
xxix, 541 pages
Isbn
9780674027633
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780674027633
  • (OCoLC)182526203

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