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

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INDEX
Abendroth, Wolfgang, 13, 137
Abrasimov, Pyotr, 171
Academic Senate, 71
activism: America Houses and, 187–93; antiwar movement and, 4–10, 34, 41– 54, 62 (see also antiwar movement); apathy and, 4, 13–14, 17, 21, 23, 38, 53, 80, 132, 137; arrests and, 49, 79, 123, 133, 135, 155, 203, 283n52; Berlin problem and, 161–82; Black Power and, 108–42 (see also Black Power); blind, 58; bombs and, 31, 49, 57, 132, 137, 156, 165, 181–82; cross-group inspiration and, 4; cultural exchange programs and, 219–24; desertion campaigns and, 127–28, 182–87; direct action and, 8, 37, 53–60, 67–69, 73–74, 113, 115, 170, 263n66; disillusionment with government and, 6–7; fraternization and, 5– 6; French Resistance and, 76; Gl-organizing and, 84–86, 93, 96, 113–14, 132, 139, 182–87; global interconnectedness and, 236–37; influence on German politics, 224–28; isolationism and, 75–81; Kennedy administration and, 145; liberal arts and, 204; “Make Love Not War” slogan and, 88; militancy and, 4, 8, 25, 41, 79, 93, 101, 107, 109, 114, 125–29, 136, 141–42, 156–61, 168, 176–77, 189, 193, 195, 205, 238–39; Nazism and, 19, 33, 78, 85, 93, 129–32, 156, 172, 223; nuclear disarmament and, 4, 13, 17, 23, 28, 31–32, 44, 46, 224, 227, 236; Port Huron Statement and, 4, 8, 17–20, 24–28, 35, 48, 54, 237, 252n24; revolutionary consciousness and, 76–77; sit-ins and, 1, 8, 15, 49, 53–60, 70–72, 104, 188–90, 203; strategy conflicts and, 54–60; teach-ins and, 4, 8, 42, 50, 53–60, 70–71, 103, 120, 189, 191, 289n138; transnationalism of, 5–6; University of California at Berkeley and, 22, 32, 41, 44, 52, 61, 70– 71, 73, 85, 88–89, 97, 110, 143, 151, 162, 239–43; voter registration drives and, 110. See also specific groups
Adams, Rebecca, 19
Adenauer, Konrad, 10
Adomo, Theodor W., 13, 22, 89, 134
African Americans: Dutschke and, 69–70; King and, 4, 109, 112, 116–17, 225, 227; Malcolm X and, 7, 69, 110–12, 119, 227; Parks and, 4. See also Black Power
African Student Union, 57
Agency for International Development (AID), 147
Agit 883, 125, 127–28
Alexander, Kenneth, 14
Algeria, 20, 29, 129–30
Ali, Tariq, 2, 5
Allied Psychological Warfare Division, 188
Amendt, Gunter, 52, 110, 112, 119
America Houses: attacks on, 49, 144, 177, 223, 239; cultural diplomacy and, 187– 93; cultural exchange programs and, 223; Dutschke and, 189, 191; establishment of, 188; Fulbright Commission and, 221; reshaping of U.S. embassy youth program and, 213; protests and, 49, 62, 66, 168, 173, 177, 187–93; sit-ins in 49
American National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 187
Amnesty International, 236
Angela Davis Solidarity Committee, 134–42
Anschlag Gruppe, 57
anti-authoritarianism: internationalism and, 60–67; Subversive Aktion and, 49, 54–59, 56, 62–64, 68, 73–74, 89. See also revolt
Anti-imperialist Week, 120
anti-Semitism, 22
antiwar movement, 5, 10, 40, 163; academics and, 88–90, 97; America Houses and, 49, 62, 66, 168, 173, 177, 187–93; American protest models and, 68–74; anti-authoritarianism and, 60–67; Berlin problem and, 161–82; corporations and, 96; cultural exchange programs and,

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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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