Dissent in the Heartland: The Sixties at Indiana University

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The explosion of articles and books on the 1960s has produced more sources than I could rea sonably list here. The following materials are those that I found most useful.


MANUSCRIPT AND DOCUMENT COLLECTIONS

COINTELPRO–New Left, especially files on Indiana University–CEWV, YSA/Indiana, AAASA, and CPUSA. FBI. J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building, Washington, D.C.

Oral History Series. Monroe County Public Library. Bloomington, Indiana.

Social Action Collection. State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin.

Students for a Democratic Society, 1958–1970 (microfilm). State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin.

President Joseph Lee Sutton Papers and reference files, Indiana University Archives, Bryan Hall. Indiana University. Bloomington, Indiana.

Martha Vicinus Papers. Hatcher Library. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor.


INTERVIEWS (CONDUCTED BY THE AUTHOR)

Block, Russell. April 2, 1988.

Brand, Nancy. Aug. 22, 1990.

Canada, Kathy. May 17, 1991.

Dinsmoor, James. Sept. 25, 1989.

Field, Wendel. April 3, 1991; April 25, 1991.

Fuhrman, Joseph. Jan. 2, 1990.

Gurevitz, Allen. April 30, 1991; July 22, 1992.

Johnson, Sonja. Oct. 22, 1990.

Kaplan, Dan. May 1, 1988; May 6, 1989.

Kelsey, Mike. March 6, 1990.

Kleinhans, Charles. Oct. 12, 1990.

Loftman, Connie. March 15, 1987; April 15, 1987.

Loftman, Guy. March 15, 1987; April 15, 1987.

Lundin, Leonard. Feb. 17, 1989.

Mahaney, Ruth. Nov. 3, 1990.

Najam, Ted. May 24, 1989.

Ritchey, Mark. Dec. 15, 1989.

Rosenthal, Allyne. Oct. 12, 1990.

Sander, Betty. June 3, 1991.

Scanlon, Chris. June 8, 1991.

Shaffer, Robert. May 8, 1989.

Stahr, Elvis. March 26, 1990; April 12, 1990.

Taylor, Orlando. Aug. 10, 1989.

Turner, Rollo (Clarence). April 17, 1989.

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