Item #1533 Anatomy of a Revolutionary Movement: "Students for a Democratic Society" U. S. House of Representatives Committee on Internal Security.
Anatomy of a Revolutionary Movement: "Students for a Democratic Society"
Anatomy of a Revolutionary Movement: "Students for a Democratic Society"
Anatomy of a Revolutionary Movement: "Students for a Democratic Society"
Government Report on 1960s Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)

Anatomy of a Revolutionary Movement: "Students for a Democratic Society"

Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1970. A few black and white photographs, reproductions of documents. Side-stapled signatures. Octavo. viii, 175, xiii pages. Near fine, with slight browning to edges of outermost leaves.

The report by House Committee on Internal Security (formerly HUAC) explores the origins, goals, achievements, challenges, and decline of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the prominent student-led radical organization that shaped the New Left movement in the 1960s.

This report also explores the connections between SDS and other domestic and foreign groups, such as the Communist Party, the Black Panther Party, the Weathermen, and various international organizations. It argues that SDS was a subversive movement that aimed to topple the American government and society, and that it endangered the national security and internal order of the country.


Item #1533

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