Dissent in the Heartland: The Sixties at Indiana University

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Index
Page numbers in italic type indicate illustrations.
Abraham, Ken, 31
Aceves, Peter, 52
Ad Hoc Committee against Racism, 124
Ad Hoc Committee to Oppose U.S. Aggression in Cuba, 13–14, 15
Adams, Abigail, 192
Adams, John, 192
Afro-Afro-American Students Association (AAASA), 67, 121–124
Allen, Joel, 95
Allen, Priscilla, 178
The Alternative: An American Spectator, 62
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 131
American Council of Education, 23
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), 29, 67
Air Force Language Institute, 74
Alcott, Bronson, 3
Allen, Joel, 86
American Association of University Professors (AAUP), 6, 34–35, 59
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 35, 60
American Legion, 6, 43
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 38
Anderson, Terry, 67, 172
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 155
Anthony, Susan B., 3
Aptheker, Herbert, 43–45
Arbutus, 127–128, 174
Armageddon News, 162
Armstrong, James, 97
Association of Women Students (AWS), 29 137, 139–141
Bains, Wilfred C., 4
Baker, Ella, 10, 115
Ball State University, 62, 72
Ballantine Hall “lock-in,” 85–86
Baptist Youth Federation, 6
Bardagjy, Mimi, 159
Bayh, Birch, 136
Berkeley, California, 155
Berkeley Barb, 155
Berry, Thomas, 181
Bingham, James, 13–14, 16–17, 102
Bizarri, Larry, 98
Black Market, 77, 91, 106, 128, 129, 131; bombing of, 130, 155, 175
Black Panther Party, 78, 102–103, 128–129, 134, 155, 175
Black Studies Institute, 87, 130, 133
Block, Russell, 55–56, 61, 77, 80–81, 147, 169
“Bloomington 3,” 16–17, 20, 185, 188
Brand, Nancy, 146, 186–187
Bloomington City Council, 173
Bloomington Cooperative Day Care Center, 146
Bloomington Courier Tribune, 80, 157
Bloomington Gay Alliance, 180
Bloomington Herald-Telephone, 16, 157
Bloomington Optimists Club, 129
Bloomington Star Courier, 17
Bloomington Tribune, 52
Bloomington Veterans Committee for Peace in Vietnam, 104
Bond, Julian, 172
Boston University, 90
Boudin, Leonard, 17
Bourne, Mike, 151
Boutelle, Paul, 76
Boys in the Band, 180
Braden, Samuel, 16
Brand, Nancy, 146
Branigan, Roger D., 62–63
Bridgwaters, Elizabeth, 118
Briscoe, Carlisle, 131
Brook Farm, 168
Brooksville, Indiana, 156
Brown County, Indiana, 166–168
Bryan, William Lowe, 4, 118
Buhle, Paul, 161
Burton, Dan, 79, 159
Butler, Ernest D., 118
Byrnes, Robert F., 74
Cagan, Steve, 42
Cahill, David, 36, 81

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