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Counterculture and revolution Counterculture and revolution,
Horowitz, David, 1939- comp.
Lerner, Michael, 1943- joint comp.
Pyes, Craig, joint comp.
Illustrative Content
Geographic Coverage
United States
LCC: HN90.R3 H58 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 301.6/0973 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 72171476
Table Of Contents
Songs of innocence: The white race and its heroes, by E. Cleaver. Selections from "Yippie" and "Chicago", by J. Rubin. Testimony of Abbie Hoffman (from Chicago trial), by A. Hoffman. Who owns the park? By F. J. Bardacke. Sexual politics: a manifesto for revolution, by K. Millett. A Gay manifesto, by C. Whitman. Weatherman communique: Communique #1 from the Weatherman underground. Manifesto, by T. Leary. We are a people, by J. Sinclair.
Songs of experience: Goodbye to all that, by R. Morgan. Cock rock: men always seem to end up on top, by Rat staff. Rolling stone gathers no politix, by C. Pyes. Altamont: Pearl Harbor to Woodstock nation, by S. Stern. Wish I could give all I wanted to give
wish I could live all I wanted to live, by J. Whitebook. Epilogue to Woodstock nation: the head withers as the body grows, by A. Hoffman.
Beggars' banquet: New morning, by the Weatherman. Revolutionary karma vs. revolutionary politics, by D. Horowitz. The new American revolution, by T. Hayden. Youth culture and social revolution, by M. P. Lerner. Power to the people! By J. Lennon and Y. Ono.
Authorized Access Point
Horowitz, David, 1939- Counterculture and revolution,
Authorized Access Point Variant
Lerner, Michael, 1943- Counterculture and revolution,
Pyes, Craig, Counterculture and revolution,