Nazis, Communists, Klansmen, and Others on the Fringe: Political Extremism in America

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Left Bibliography

Aaron Daniel. Writers on the Left. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1961, 480 pp. Sympathetic study of leftist writers, American Writers Congress, etc.

Adamic Lois. Dynamite: The Story of Class Violence in America. New York: Viking Press, 1934, 495 pp. History of leftist strikes and violence by active radical participant.

Adamson, Madeleine, and S. Borgos. This Mighty Dream: Social Protest Movements in the United States. Boston: Routledge, Kegan Paul, 1984. Laudatory account of social movements.

Adelson Alan. SDS: A Profile. New York: Scribners, 1972, 276 pp. Sympathetic history of Students for a Democratic Society and other 1960s student groups.

Albert Judith C., and Stewart Albert, eds. The Sixties Papers: Documents of a Rebellious Decade. New York: Praeger, 1984, 576 pp. Scrapbook and documentary. Sympathetic.

Alexander Robert J. The Right Opposition: Lovestoneites and International Communist Opposition of the 1930s. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1981, 342 pp. Splits and schisms, etc.

Alexander Shana. Anyone's Daughter: The Times and Trials of Patty Hearst. New York: Viking Press, 1978. Patty Hearst and her 1974 kidnapping by the Symbionese Liberation Army.

Alexander William. Films on the Left: American Documentary Film, 1931-1942. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981. Sympathetic account of the leftist films of the 1930s.

Ali T., ed. The New Revolutionaries; A Handbook of the International New Left. New York: McClelland, 1969. Worldwide directory of radical leftist groups.

Allen Gary. Communist Revolution in the Streets. Belmont: Western Islands, 1967. Polemic against radical students, SDS, campus unrest, and violence by John Birch Society writer.

Almond Gabriel. The Appeals of Communism. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1954, 415 pp. Psychological study of 224 foreign and domestic Communist Party members.

Alsop Joseph, and Stewart Alsop. We Accuse! New York: Simon & Schuster, 1954, 87 pp. Sympathetic defense of Julius Robert Oppenheimer, leftist scientist accused of espionage.

Altbach Philip G. Selected Bibliography on Students, Politics, and Higher Education. Cambridge: Harvard University International Affairs, 1970. Author is former chair of SDS.

Altbach Philip G., and Robert Laufer, eds. Students Protest. Philadelphia; American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1971. Sympathetic account of the '60s "New Left."

Altbach Philip G. Student Politics in America: A Historical Analysis. New York: McGraw- Hill, 1974. Sympathetic account by former chair of the Student Peace Union.

American Business Consultants. Red Channels: The Report of Communist Influence inRadio and TV

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