Erlich, John and Susan, eds.,
Student Power, Participation and Revolution.
Association Press, New York, 1970.
- a collection of college and high school writings which illustrate the wide range of student concerns over the issues of the 60s. For teachers and students.
America in Our Time
, Doubleday & Co., Inc., New York, 1976.
- an excellent comprehensive study of the 1960s; especially good chapters on Kennedy, the Berkeley episode and the counter-culture’s triumph and failure. For teachers and students.
Kane, Frank, ed.,
Voices of Dissent
, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, 1970.
- for students, excellent collection of short articles on dissent. Very readable, inquiry approach, students can draw own conclusions.
Kunen, James S.,
The Strawberry Statement
, Random House, New York, 1968.
- the notes of a Columbia student who took part in the sit-ins, occupations of buildings and strike in 1968. Extremely funny but very serious. For teachers, excerpts for students.
Report of the President’s Commission on Campus Unrest
, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970.
- an excellent account of the major student demonstrations at Berkeley, Columbia, Kent State and Jackson State. Also included are photographs from Kent State and Jackson State. For teachers.
Bingham, Charles, “The First Amendment and the College Student”,
, September, 1968.
Coyne, John R., “Crime on the Campus”,
, October 8, 1968.
Davis, Fred, “Why All of Us May Be Hippies Someday”,
, December, 1967.
Kennan, George F., “Rebels Without a Program”,
The New York Times Magazine
, January 21, 1968.
articles (copies in the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute office) May 1,2,3,5,6,15, 1970. Articles focus on Nixon’s announced decision to send troops to Cambodia, the May Day Rallies and Panther Trial in New Haven, Kent State, Lee students’ involvement in activities, Jackson State.