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Protest Literature \"I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing.\" Thomas JeffersonProtest Literature "I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing." Thomas Jefferson
It is a testament to the nation's founders that, historically, groups fighting against the status quo have returned again and again to the founding principles of the republic to argue their causes
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Invaders from MarxInvaders from Marx
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Instructional Timeline 11 thInstructional Timeline 11 th
The United States focuses on Vietnam, going to war in Vietnam, Vietnam divides the nation, the war winds down
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10th Grade Apartheid Inquiry What Ended Apartheid?10th Grade Apartheid Inquiry What Ended Apartheid?
Photographer unknown, photograph of protests against Pass Laws, 1956. National Library of South Africa: Cape Town campus. Used with permission
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Submitted Honors Thesis for HistorySubmitted Honors Thesis for History
A situation for Revolt: a study of the Situationist International’s Influence on French Students During the Revolt of 1968
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The Brown DecisionThe Brown Decision
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American Studies The Sixties Name 20. 1 The Student Movement and the CountercultureAmerican Studies The Sixties Name 20. 1 The Student Movement and the Counterculture
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Youth Culture & Politics of the “New” Generation OriginsYouth Culture & Politics of the “New” Generation Origins
Second World War era of the 1950s. The older generation, those who survived the depression and war years, viewed the 1950s as a period of security. It was a time of peace and relative prosperity for the nation
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Post-Revolutionary Mexico: 1920-Present Mexico During the 1920sPost-Revolutionary Mexico: 1920-Present Mexico During the 1920s
After Carranza’s term as president ended in 1920, Álvaro Obregón assumed the presidency
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Rupturing the Dialectic: The Struggle against Work, Financial Crisis and Beyond1 by Harry CleaverRupturing the Dialectic: The Struggle against Work, Financial Crisis and Beyond1 by Harry Cleaver
It is the overall thesis of this paper that Marx’s labor theory of value still provides vital aid in helping us understand these historical developments
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Stanford Student Activism Against the Vietnam War: a vehicle for Change?Stanford Student Activism Against the Vietnam War: a vehicle for Change?
Stanford University. As a direct result of Stanford student involvement in acts civil disobedience, university policies were reexamined
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David E. Barclay Curriculum VitaeDavid E. Barclay Curriculum Vitae
Kalamazoo College Faculty Development Grants, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1986, 1987, 1989-90, 1992, 1993-94
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Martin Luther King, Jr rose to national prominence professingMartin Luther King, Jr rose to national prominence professing
South and repeatedly tried to establish a relationship with King. Although King and Malcolm X never worked together, Malcolm's ideology directly influenced the southern civil rights movement after his 1965 death with the emergence of Black
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