Lot 241 of 725:
6 volumes about political unrest of the 1960s  

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Six volumes on political protest


Various places


Various dates



  • Stern, Susan. With the Weathermen: The Personal Journey of a Revolutionary Woman. Cloth-backed boards, dust jacket. Doubleday & Company, [1975]. Ex-library copy with 'discard' rubberstamps, small sticker to jacket spine, tape yellowing at endpapers.
  • Keniston, Kenneth. Young Radicals: Notes on Committed Youth. First Edition. Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968.
  • Brown, Michael. The Politics and Anti-Politics of the Young. First Printing. Glencoe Press, [1969].
  • Murphy, Jeffrie G., ed. Civil Disobedience and Violence. First Printing. Wadsworth Publishing, [1971].
  • Kornbluth, Jesse, ed. Notes from the New Underground. Ace Book, [1968].
  • Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. Violence: America in the Sixties. First Printing. Signet, [1968].

All but the first volume are paperbacks. A nice collection of civil (and not-so-civil) disobedience of America's youth in the 1960s.

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Mostly very light wear to wrapper extremities; hard-back volume in dj is an ex-library copy; most are very good.

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