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Students for a Democratic Society was the most radical student movement in 1960s America. The microfilm edition of the SDS Papers contains more than 80,000 pages of records and publications of campus opposition to the establishment. These include unique inside records of radical New Left groups ranging from the Black Panthers to Women Strike for Peace together with information on significant issues in contemporary American politics such as campus violence, the Vietnam peace movement, the CIA, disarmament and military draft.

Microfilm 41 reels with printed guide

Guide: Students for a Democractic Society Papers, 1958-1970. A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Original Records in The State Historical Society of Wisconsin
By Jack T. Ericson
1977 82pp. 279x214mm paperbound
ISBN 0 667 005420 0

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