This book surveys Twentieth Century American social movements of the left and right, women, blacks, veterans and students. The book is organised chronilogically covering eight of the most significant movements in the Twentieth Century.
An introduction to social movements. The death of John Barleycorn: the anti-saloon league. One big union: the industrial workers of the world. Invisible empire: the knights of the Klu Klux Klan. Throw off your chains: the Communist Party. Bridging McCarthyism and Reaganism: the John Birch Society. "We shall not be moved": the student nonviolent coordinating committee. The campus revolt: the Berkley free speech movement. Never another season of silence: the National Organization for Women. The challenger's legacy. Notes. Bibliography. Index.
Grass Roots Resistance: Social Movements in Twentieth Century America by Robert A. Goldberg
Robert A. Goldberg
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