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[FREE SPEECH MOVEMENT] COHEN, Robert
Freedom's Orator: Mario Savio and the Radical Legacy of the 1960s
New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. First Edition.
Octavo. Cloth-backed boards; dustjacket; 512pp; illus. Tight, straight copy, free of markings or wear, in unworn dustwrapper. Near-new.
[FREE SPEECH] APTHEKER, Bettina
Big Business and the American University
New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1966. First Edition.
Octavo. Staple-bound; stiff pictorial wrappers; 34pp; illus. Lightly rubbed; else clean, tight copy in very good condition.
[LABOR LAW] FRANCE, Royal Wilbur
My Native Grounds. The Autobiography of Royal W. France
New York: Cameron Associates`, 1957. First Edition. France (1883-1962) was a consultant to the ACLU and lead counsel in a number of high-profile civil liberties and free speech cases, perhaps most notably that of 50s peace activist Willard Uphaus. He was the author, in 1936, of the celebrated socialist novel...
Civil Liberties in the U.S.A.: A Short History of the Origin and Defense of the Bill of Rights
New York: Workers Library Publishers.
Staple-bound pamphlet; 63pp. Slight sunning across top of front cover, else near fine. 12mo.
Original, Signed Police Report on the May 15th - 22nd Berkeley People's Park Riots, Including 2 Post-Mortem Photographs of Police Shooting Victim James Rector
Berkeley: Berkeley Police Department, 1969. Smithson's report focuses upon the events of May 22nd, 1969, when National Guard troops and Berkeley police conducted a successful mass arrest of over 400 student demonstrators, including many of the movement's organizers. Roughly half of the report is devoted to an hour-by-hour account of...
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