The radical literature collection

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The radical literature collection

Material Information

Title:
The radical literature collection
Creator:
University of South Florida Libraries
Language:
English
Physical Description:
8.77 : (9.00 boxes) ;

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Politics in literature ( lcsh )
Propaganda, American -- Vietnam ( lcsh )
Propaganda, Anti-communist -- History -- United States -- 20th century ( lcsh )
Propaganda and press -- 20th century ( lcsh )
Protest literature, American -- 20th century ( lcsh )
Radicalism in literature ( lcsh )

Notes

Scope and Content:
This collection consists of newspapers and publications printed by radical organizations, including the Young Americans for Freedom, the John Birch Society, the Mississippi Freedom Labor Union, and the War Resisters League between the 1940s and 1970s.
Preferred Citation:
The radical literature collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
Acquisition:
University of South Florida

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
No restrictions.
Resource Identifier:
R06 ( USFLDC CID )
u29.078-r06-ead ( USFLDC Handle )

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Mixed Material

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p © Copyright 2016 USF Tampa Library - Special & Digital Collections. All rights reserved.
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addressline 4202 East Fowler Ave.
LIB122
Tampa, FL, 33620-5400
URL: http://www.lib.usf.edu/
Email: rbernard@usf.edu
Phone: 813-974-1622
Fax: 813-396-9006
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Guide to the The radical literature collection
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USF Tampa Library - Special & Digital Collections
4202 East Fowler Ave.
LIB122
Tampa, FL, 33620-5400
URL: http://www.lib.usf.edu/
Email: rbernard@usf.edu
Phone: 813-974-1622
Fax: 813-396-9006
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Other Information:
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Additional information may be found at http://usfldc:U29-00078-R06
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Access Terms
This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Topical Term:
subject 650 lcsh Politics in literature
Propaganda and press -- 20th century
Propaganda, American -- Vietnam
local Propaganda, Anti-communist -- United States -- History -- 20th century
Protest literature, American -- 20th century
Radicalism in literature
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Administrative Information
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Processing Information:
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Conditions Governing Access:
No restrictions.
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Preferred Citation:
The radical literature collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
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Arrangement of Materials:
Geographical
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Scope and Contents
This collection consists of newspapers and publications printed by radical organizations, including the Young Americans for Freedom, the John Birch Society, the Mississippi Freedom Labor Union, and the War Resisters League between the 1940s and 1970s.
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Detailed List of Contents
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Newspapers
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California—Berkeley Barb
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1
California—Berkeley Tribe
id18643
1
California—Black Panther
id18644
1
California—Broom
id18645
1
California—Burning Spear
id18646
1
California—Clam
id18647
1
California—Daily Californian
id18648
1
California—Dock of the Bay
id18649
1
California—Los Angeles Free Press
id18650
1
California—Reader
id18651
1
California—Student Action
id18652
2
Newspapers
id18654
2
Florida—Church News
id18655
2
Florida—Collective Press (University of South Florida)
id18656
2
Florida—Community Liberator
id18657
2
Florida—Florida Conservative
id18658
2
Florida—Florida New Press
id18659
2
Florida—Florida Statesman
id18660
2
Florida—Liberty Amendment
id18661
2
Florida—Right and Left Wing in Florida Clippings
id18662
2
Florida—Suncoast Free Paper
id18663
2
Georgia—Bird
id18664
2
Illinois—National Insider
id18665
2
Illinois—Seed
id18666
2
Louisiana—Councilor
id18667
2
Louisiana—Independent American
id18668
2
Louisiana—Nola Express
id18669
3
Newspapers
id18682
3
New Jersey—Common Sense—Part 1
id18683
3
New Jersey—Common Sense—Part 2
id18684
3
New Jersey—Common Sense—Part 3
id18685
3
New Jersey—Oracle
id18686
3
New York—Militant—Part 1
id18687
3
New York—Militant—Part 2
id18688
3
New York—Militant—Part 3
id18689
3
New York—National Guardian—Part 1
id18690
3
New York—National Guardian—Part 2
id18691
3
New York—Student Mobilizer
id18692
3
New York—Worker
id18693
3
New York—Young Socialist
id18694
4
Newspapers
id18696
4
Texas—Dallas News
id18697
4
Texas—Hooka
id18698
4
Texas—New Wave
id18699
4
Washington—Agape
id18700
4
Washington, D.C.—Human Events—Part 1
id18701
4
Washington, D.C.—Human Events—Part 2
id18702
4
Washington, D.C.—Liberty Lobby
id18703
4
Washington, D.C.—Quicksilver
id18704
4
Washington, D.C.—Washington Free Press
id18705
4
London—Peace News
id18706
5
Publications
file
id66925
5
Folder 1
Florida- Common Learning Network (University of South Florida)
1975-80
id18707
5
California—Are you an American by Action or by Accident
id18708
5
California—Closer Up
id18709
5
California—Committee for Nonviolent Action
id18710
5
California—Communism Answers Questions of a Communist
id18711
5
California—Don Bell Reports
id18712
5
California—Freedom Magazine
id18713
5
California—National Guardian
id18714
5
California—Plain Truth
id18715
5
California—Religious Propaganda
id18716
5
California—Tocsin
id18717
5
California—We Will Bury You!
id18718
5
Florida—American Center
id18719
5
Florida—Deadly Parallel
id18720
5
Florida—Florida Statesman
id18721
5
Florida—Liberty Amendment
id18722
5
Florida—Liberty Committee
id18723
5
Florida—Peace and Plentyism
id18724
5
Florida—Religious Propaganda
id18725
5
Florida—Provocateur
id18726
5
Florida—Right and Left Wing in Florida
id18727
5
Florida—Spirit
id18728
5
Florida—Young Americans for Freedom
id18729
5
Georgia—New South
id18730
5
Georgia—Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
id18731
5
Illinois—Insurgent
id18732
5
Illinois—Students for a Democratic Society
id18733
5
London—Committee of 100
id18734
5
Louisiana—Symbols of Revolution
id18735
5
Maryland—Long March
id18736
5
Massachusetts—American Friends Service Committee
id18737
5
Massachusetts—John Birch Society—Part 1
id18738
5
Massachusetts—John Birch Society—Part 2
id18739
5
Massachusetts—John Birch Society—Part 3
id18740
5
Massachusetts—John Birch Society—Part 4
id18741
5
Massachusetts—Hammer and Steel Newsletter
id18742
6
Publications
id18743
6
Mississippi—Citizen
id18744
6
Mississippi—Mississippi Freedom Labor Union
id18745
6
Missouri—Communism and the Negro Revolution
id18746
6
Missouri—Defender
id18747
6
New Jersey—Christian Educational Association
id18748
6
New York—Atheist Poetry
id18749
6
New York—Brownstone
id18750
6
New York—Catholic Peace Fellowship
id18751
6
New York—Crisis
id18752
6
New York—Draft Resisters
id18753
6
New York—Economic Council Letter
id18754
6
New York—End the Draft
id18755
6
New York—Fellowship of Reconciliation
id18756
6
New York—Freedom Now
id18757
6
New York—Free University of New York
id18758
6
New York—Gauntlet of Violence
id18759
6
New York—Greenwood Reprint Corporation
id18760
6
New York—League for Industrial Democracy
id18761
6
New York—Liberation
id18762
6
New York—Mayday
id18763
6
New York—Mother Hive
id18764
6
New York—National Liberation Front of South Vietnam
id18765
6
New York—New York School for Marxist Studies
id18766
6
New York—Partisan
id18767
6
New York—Pravda
id18768
6
New York—Revolution and Violence
id18769
6
New York—SANE (National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy)
id18770
6
New York—Shall Latin America go the Way of China?
id18771
6
New York—Socialist Workers Campaign Committee
id18772
6
New York—Spartacist
id18773
6
New York—Student Peace Union
id18774
6
New York—Students for a Democratic Society
id18775
6
New York—Ted Weiss Campaign
id18776
6
New York—A Theoretical Idealogical Publication
id18777
6
New York—Unspeakable War
id18778
6
New York—Veterans and Reservists to End the War in Vietnam
id18779
6
New York—Vietnam Peace Parade Committee
id18780
6
New York—Village Independent Democrats Bulletin
id18781
7
Publications
id18782
7
New York—War Resisters League
id18783
7
New York—Workshop in Nonviolence—Part 1
id18784
7
New York—Workshop in Nonviolence—Part 2
id18785
7
New York—Youth Against War and Fascism
id18786
7
New York—Young Socialist
id18787
7
Ohio—Peacemaker
id18788
7
Oklahoma—Christian Crusade—Part 1
id18789
7
Oklahoma—Christian Crusade—Part 2
id18790
7
Oklahoma—Christian Crusade—Part 3
id18791
7
Oklahoma—Christian Crusade—Part 4
id18792
7
Oklahoma—Weekly Crusader
id18793
8
Publications
id18794
8
Pennsylvania—Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
id18795
8
Pennsylvania—Diabolical Practices
id18796
8
Pennsylvania—Facts and Fiction Concerning the Film "Operation and Abolition"
id18797
8
Tennessee—Cowardly Congress
id18798
8
Tennessee—Pursuit of Power
id18799
8
Texas—Dan Smoot Report—Part 1
id18800
8
Texas—Dan Smoot Report—Part 2
id18801
8
Texas—Dan Smoot Report—Part 3
id18802
8
Texas—Dan Smoot Report—Part 4
id18803
8
Vermont—Neill Letters of Contrary Opinion
id18804
8
Virginia—Conference of Chief Justices
id18805
8
Virginia—Hubert Humphrey the Flaming Liberal
id18806
8
Virginia—Patrick Henry Group
id18807
8
Virginia—Rockwell Report
id18808
8
Washington, D.C.—American Security Council
id18809
8
Washington, D.C.—Exclusive—Part 1
id18810
8
Washington, D.C.—Exclusive—Part 2
id18811
8
Washington, D.C.—Exclusive—Part 3
id18812
8
Washington, D.C.—Free Society
id18813
8
Washington, D.C.—Liberty Letter
id18814
8
Washington, D.C.—Liberty Lobby
id18815
8
Washington, D.C.—National Right to Work Defense League
id18816
8
Washington, D.C.—Smear!
id18817
8
Washington, D.C.—How the Supreme Court Aids Communism
id18818
8
Wisconsin—End the War in Vietnam
id18819
8
Wisconsin—Sanity
id18820
8
Wisconsin—Will you be Free?
id18821
8
No Location—Cavalier
id18822
8
No Location—Electronic Machine Guns
id18823
8
No Location—etc.
id18824
8
No Location—Films of War and Peace
id18825
8
No Location—Theory and Practice of Civil Disobedience
id18826
9
Publications
id18831
9
Cuba—Bulletin on Political, Social and Economic Studies
id18832
9
Cuba—Cuban Report—Part 1
id18833
9
Cuba—Cuban Report—Part 2
id18834
9
Cuba—Cuban Report—Part 3
id18835
9
Cuba—Cuban Report—Part 4
id18836
9
Cuba—Cuban Report—Part 5
id18837
9
Cuba—Cuban Report—Part 6
id18838
9
Cuba—Cuban Report—Part 7
id18839
9
Cuba—DRE International (Cuban Student Directorate)
id18840
9
Cuba—Fair Play for Cuba—Part 1
id18841
9
Cuba—Fair Play for Cuba—Part 2
id18842
9
Cuba—Fair Play for Cuba—Part 3
id18843
9
Cuba—Fair Play for Cuba—Part 4
id18844
9
Cuba—Informacion Catolica Cubana
id18845
9
Cuba—Tri-Continental Press
id18846
9
Cuba—United Revolution Movement
id18847
9
London—Committee of 100
id18848
9
Panama—Social Frontier
id18849
9
Panama—Truth Behind Incidents in Panama
id124715
9
20
Misc. Anti-Communist Literature


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