The Sixties in America
Sixties Radicals, Then and Now: Candid Conversations With Those Who Shaped the Era / Ron Chepesuik
HN 90 R3 C48 1995
The Sixties: From Memory to History / David Farber, ed.
E 841 S54 1994
Telltale Hearts: The Origins and Impact of the Vietnam Antiwar Movement / Adam Garfinkle
DS 559.62 U6 G37 1995
The Sixties: Years of Hope Days of Rage / Todd Gitlin
E 841 G57 1987
Hell No, We Won’t Go: Resisting the Draft During the Vietnam War / Sherry Gershon Gottlieb
DS 559.8 D7 G68 1991
The Best and Brightest / David Halberstam
E 841 H25
Campus Wars: The Peace Movement at American State Universities in the Vietnam Era / Kenneth J. Heineman
DS 559.62 U6 H45 1993
If I Had a Hammer…The Death of the Old Left and the Birth of the New Left / Maurice Isserman
HN90 R3 I87 1987
Abbie Hoffman: American Rebel / Marty Jezer
HN90 R3 J49 1992
The Education of Gregory Mcdonald: Writings About America: 1966-1973. Sketches from the Sixties / Gregory Mcdonald
E169.12 M257 1985
The 60s Experience: Hard Lessons About Modern America / Edward P. Morgan
E841 S73 1995
Dream Time: Chapters from the Sixties / Geoffrey O’Brien
E169.12 O24 1998
The Sixties and the End of Modern America / David Steigerwald
E841 S73 1995
Cold War and Counterrevolution: The Foreign Policy of John F. Kennedy / Richard J. Walton
E841 W35 1972
Videocassettes – Shelved Alphabetically
Making Sense of the Sixties
- Breaking Boundaries, Testing Limits
- In a Dark Time
- Legacies of the Sixties
- Picking Up the Pieces
- Seeds of the Sixties
- We Can Change the World
Relevant Web Sites
Black Panther Newspaper Collection This page makes available some of the original writings of the Black Panther Party from its first three years of existence (1966-1969).
Documents from the Women’s Liberation Movement An On-line Archival Collection from the Special Collections Library, Duke University. These materials document various aspects of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the United States, focusing specifically on the radical origins of this movement during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Items range from radical theoretical writings to humorous plays to the minutes of an actual grassroots group.
Malcolm X: A Research Site This website is being developed at the University of Toledo under the direction of Abdul Alkalimat aka Gerald McWorter, professor of Africana Studies. It includes audio and text versions of some of Malcolm X’s writings and speeches, as well as a chronology and study guide to his life and ideas.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project A major research effort whose purpose is to assemble and disseminate historical information concerning Martin Luther King, Jr. and the social movements in which he participated. Initiated by the Atlanta-based King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, the Project is now a cooperative venture of Stanford University, the King Center, and the King Estate.
Photographs from the Sixties 30 black and white photographs from Vietnam and San Francisco in the years 1966-1971.
President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Site In 1992, the National Archives and Records Administration established the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection pursuant to Public Law 102-526. The Collection contains more than 4 1/2 million pages of assassination-related records, photographs, motion pictures, sound recordings and artifacts.
Psychedelic Sixties: Literary Tradition and Social Change Exhibit on the 1960′s sponsored by the Special Collections Department of the University of Virginia. Contains information on the Beats, the Black Mountain Poets, Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters, Timothy Leary, The Civil Rights Movement, The Vietnam War, Rock Music, Social Protest, Drugs, Hippies, Woodstock, etc.
Sixties Project Site designed by the New Word Order. Contains primary documents, personal memoirs, bibliographies, filmographies, poetry, and fiction from and about the Sixties in America and the Vietnam War.
Wild Bohemian Homepage Site with numerous links to information on the Sixties, including Haight Ashbury, the Beat Generation, Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters, Hippies, and Woodstock.