The Other Alliance: Student Protest in West Germany and the United States in the Global Sixties

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ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS

Germany
Archive “APO und soziale Bewegungen,” Free University of Berlin
Papers of the German SDS
Institute for Social Research, Hamburg
Papers of the Red Army Faction (1st Generation)
Papers of Rudi Dutschke
Press Archive, Otto-Suhr Institute, Free University Berlin
Various press collections
Archive and Special Collections, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg
United States
University of Arkansas Libraries, Special Collections, Fayetteville, Arkansas
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Historical Collection (MC 468)
NAFSA: Association of International Educators Records (MC 715)
Council for International Exchange of Scholars (MC 703)
Lyndon B. Johnson Library, Austin, Texas
Cabinet Papers
NSF Files, Country File Germany
NSF Files, Country File Vietnam
NSF Files, Intelligence
NSF Files, International Meetings & Travel
NSF Files, Files of Walt Rostow
NSF Files, Subject File
NSF Files, National Intelligence Estimates
NSF Files, Memos to the President (Rostow)
Oral History Collection
White House Central Files, CO 81, France
White House Central Files, Confidential Files
White House Central Files, Correspondence Germany
White House Central Files, Judicial & Legal
White House Central Files, NSF, Defense
White House Central Files, USIA

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1- SDS Meets SDS 10
  • Chapter 2- Between Berkeley and Berlin, Frankfurt and San Francisco the Networks and Nexus of Transnational Protest 40
  • Chapter 3- Building the Second Front the Transatlantic Antiwar Alliance 75
  • Chapter 4- Black and Red Panthers 108
  • Chapter 5- The Other Alliance and the Transatlantic Partnership 143
  • Chapter 6- Student Protest and International Relations 194
  • Conclusion 236
  • Notes 247
  • Sources 325
  • Index 329
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