Series 4: Publications by Other Writers
Box 20: Marxism & Socialism
Folder -- Contents
- Richard Abel: "A Socialist Approach to Risk" in Maryland Law Review (1982)
- Anarchos (1969): "Listen, Marxist!" pamphlet, Anarchos pamphlet
- Bob Anderson: "Abraham Lincoln was a Communist"
- Elaine Bernard: "Recipe for Anarchy," "Politics of Canada's Health Care System," articles on New Democratic Party
- Norman Birnbaum: "What can we Learn from the Movements of 1968," "Beyond the Disappointments of the Epoch"
- Victoria Bonnell: "Revolutionary Politics & the Organized Labor Movement"; letters to Staughton Lynd (1976)
- Jeremy Brecher: "If All People Banded Together," "Building Bridges," "Labor & the Left," "Socialism is What You..."
- David Brody: "The Uses of Power I: Industrial Battleground" from Workers in Industrial America
- Craig Brownlie: "Marxism and Critical Legal Theory: Why Groucho?"
- Paul Buhle: "The Legacy of the Workers Party: 1940-49" (1985)
- Gregory Calvert: Chapters 1-2 of Democracy from the Heart
- Gregory Calvert: Chapters 3-5 of Democracy from the Heart
- Gregory Calvert: Chapters 6-8 of Democracy from the Heart
- Gregory Calvert: Chapters 9-11 of Democracy from the Heart
- Kipp Dawson: "Women Miners & the UMWA: 1973-83" in Occasional Papers July 1992; letter to Staughton Lynd
- Andrew Dinkelaker: "The New Frontier in Democratic Theory and Practice" (1997)
- David Ellerman: "The Human-Capital-ist Firm" (1997), "Property & Contract in Economics" (1992)
- Michael Ferber: "Marxism & Art," "Marxism & Romanticism in England," "Blake's Idea of Brotherhood"
- Dick Flacks: "Thinking About Strategy in a Dark Time"
- Christopher & Hazel Gunn (1989): Chapters 1-3 from Communities and Capital
- Christopher & Hazel Gunn: Chapters 4-7 from Communities and Capital
- Jamie Kalven: "The 4th Commandment and the 1st Amendment," "Neutralizing Free Speech," etc; letters to S. Lynd
- AL Katz: "Mythologies of Political Representation" (1983)
- Robin Kelley: "Identity Politics & Class Struggle" from New Politics (1997)
- John Laslett: "Labor and the Left" (1970)
- Ernest Mandel: "Where is America Going?" in New Left Review and in Leviathan(1969)
- John Manley: "The Significance of Class In American History and Politics" (1994)
- Seymour Melman: Chapters 1-2 of After Capitalism
- ; letter from Staughton Lynd (1998)
- Seymour Melman: Chapters 3-4 of After Capitalism
- Seymour Melman: Chapters 5-8 of After Capitalism
- Seymour Melman: Chapter 9 and Addendum of After Capitalism
- David Roediger: "Precapitalism in One Confederacy", letters to Staughton Lynd, bibliography
- Mark Tushnet: "Is There a Marxist Theory of Law?" (1981)
- Sidney Willhelm: "Racism & America's Economic Elite" pamphlet; letter to Staughton Lynd (1994)
- Alan Wolfe: "New Directions in the Marxist Theory of Politics" (1974)
- Gary Young: "Marx on Bourgeois Law" (1979), "Justice and Capitalist Production"
- Michael Zweig: "Economics and Liberation Theology" (1988)
- Unknown author: "Who Do You Shoot: Democratic Elitism, Pluralism, and Marxism on Political Power"
- Unknown author: "Is a New Party Possible?" (1936)
- Monthly Review: Independent Socialist Magazine: December 1967
Box 21: History
Folder -- Contents
- James Atelson: Chapters 1-4 of Labor and the Wartime State(1995)
- James Atelson: Chapters 5 of Labor and the Wartime State(1995)
- James Atelson: Chapters 6-7 of Labor and the Wartime State(1995)
- James Atelson: Chapters 8-9 of Labor and the Wartime State(1995)
- James Atelson: Chapters 10-12 of Labor and the Wartime State(1995)
- John Dittmer: "Local People: The Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi" (1994)
- Roxanne Dunbar: "One or Two Things I Know About Us" (1993), "Two Worlds: Who is the Left Anyway?" (1995)
- Christine Ellis: edited draft of "Catherine Ellis" manuscript with many notes and corrections
- Christine Ellis: "Preface," "Narcotics," and "March 14, 1953" chapters of manuscript (1953)
- Christine Ellis: master copy of manuscript; list of removed section
- Christine Ellis: edited sections of manuscript (c.1970)
- Christine Ellis: edited sections of manuscript (1953)
- Christine Ellis: "The Agate Ring," "Comradeship Through Song," "Getting through Ellis Island" and other sections
- Christine Ellis: "How I Became Katie," "My Lameness," "Native Americans" and other sections of manuscript
- Christine Ellis: "A Few Notes on 'Personnel,'" and other sections of the manuscript (1953)
- Christine Ellis: various sections of the manuscript (1953)
- Connie Field: "Freedom on My Mind" screenplay; correspondence with Staughton Lynd (1992)
- C.H. Hamlin: "The War Myth in United States History" (1927); S. Lynd letters advising against republication (1997)
- Ana Gutierrez Johnson: "The Mondragon System of Worker Production Cooperatives"
- Jesse Lemisch: "Towards a Democratic History," "The American Revolution Seen from the Bottom Up," "Radicalism of the Common Seaman," "Wm. Widger's Dream and the Loyalties of American Revolutionary Seamen in British Prisons"
- Peter Linebaugh: review of Gatrell's The Hanging Tree: Execution & the English People; "One and All..." (1993)
- Anne Lin: "Searching for Peace in the Middle East"; sent to Staughton Lynd by George Rafeedie (1998)
- Charles McCollester: "The Ghosts of Bosnia," "Technological Change and Workers Control Homstead 1892"
- Danny Newman: "The Crossing of the Waters" (c.1991); letters regarding Newman's death (1993)
- Peter Novick: "American Leftist Historians" (1978); correspondence with Staughton Lynd
- Judith Stepan-Norris & Maurice Zeitlin: Talking Union pp. 1-100
- Judith Stepan-Norris & Maurice Zeitlin: Talking Union pp. 101-216
- Judith Stepan-Norris & Maurice Zeitlin: Talking Union pp. 217-302
- Judith Stepan-Norris & Maurice Zeitlin: Talking Union pp. 303-436
- Carl Oglesby: ; "Project Nazi File" proposal; letters with Staughton Lynd concerning the Project
- Daniel Perlstein: "Teaching Freedom" and letter to Staughton Lynd (1989)
- David Pivar: "The Hosiery Workers and the Philadelphia Third Party Impulse, 1929-35" (1964)
- Frederick Tolles: "Unofficial Ambassador: George Logan's Mission to France, 1798" (1950)
- Alice Walker: "How Long Shall They Torture Our Mothers" (1991)
- Jonathon Wiener: "Radical Historian, American History: 1959-80" (1988)
comment papers by Aptheker, Lerner, Degler, Higham; Staughton Lynd's "Intellectuals, the University, & the Movement"
- Rose Wilgoren: "Black & Blue: Yale Volunteers in Miss. Civil Rights Movement" (1992); correspondence with S.Lynd
- Arnold Urken: "The Condorcet-Jefferson Connection and the Origins of Social Choice Theory" (1990)
- Al Young: "Conservatives, the Constitution, and 'Spirit of Accommodation,'" "By Hammer and Hand All Arts Do Stand," "Common Sense and the Rights of Man in America," "American Historian and the Hand of Revolution"
- Al Young: "Artisans and the Constitution: Boston" (1996); letter to Staughton Lynd
- Al Young: "An Outsider and the Progress of a Career in History" (1994)
- Al Young: "American Historians Confront 'The Transforming Hand of Revolution'" (1993)
- Unknown manuscript: "On Being a Radical & a Historian," "Staughton Lynd: Long Journey to a Useable Past"
- CWCS Conference papers (1997): schedule & S.Lynd Letters; essays by T.Sabatini, R.Faribanks, J.Martinek
- Union Maids Film: transcript; "Solidarity" and "Guide to Study and Discussion of the Film" pamphlets
Box 22: Labor A-L
Folder -- Contents
- Stanley Aronowitz: "The Future of Trade Unionism," "G.E.'s Military Complex," "Which Side Are You On"
- James Atleson: "Collective Bargaining, Management Control and the NLRA"
- Paul Booth: "Theses on Contemporary U.S. Labor Unionism"; list of New Directions in Labor communications
- John Boros: sections of thesis including "Origins of Allied Chemical and Alkali Workers of America" (1991)
- Jeremy Brecher:
- "A Plan to Rebuild Connecticut," "Trouble in Brass," and other articles
- Jeremy Brecher: (1997) new chapter "American Labor on the Eve of the Millennium" for his book Strike!
- Jeremy Brecher:
- (1984) "History from Below" "How to Uncover & Tell the Story of Community, Workplace, Union"
- Jeremy Brecher:
- "Communities Fight Industrial Abandonment" and various articles regarding Connecticut economy
- Jeremy Brecher: "Lessons of the Sit-Down Strikes"
- Jeremy Brecher: Book Reviews: Brecher reviews of books
- Bernard Brown: "Worker Democracy in Socialist France" (1989)
- Paul Buhle: "The Gompers Tradition of Business Unionism"
- Ken Cloke: "Labor Democracy, Free Speech, & Right of Rank & File Insurgency," Political Loyalty, Labor Democracy, and the Constitution," "Class Justice: From Civil Society to Socialism"
- Eric Davin: "Last Hurrah: United Textile Workers & New Bedford Labor Party 1964-36"
- Ray Dellinger: "Activism & Jackson," "Hope In Bad Times," "Cries for Justice"
- Myrna Donahoe: "Plant Closures & Worker's Response," "Southeast Los Angeles: From Industrial Boom to Wasteland"
- Steve Early: "Is Sisterhood Powerful?" and correspondence with Staughton Lynd (1997)
- Michael Eisenscher: "Critical Juncture: Unionism at the Crossroads," "Labor: Turning the Corner?"
- Matthew Firth: "The Facts About Occupational Cancer," "Ergonomics and Pregnancy" etc.
- George Feldman: "Unions, Solidarity, and Class" (1993)
- Thomas Ferguson: "Labor Law Reform & Its Enemies" and "The State of the Unions" (1979)
- Martin Glaberman: chapters 1 & 2 of The Struggle Against No-Strike Pledge in the UAW During WWII
- Martin Glaberman: chapters 3 & 4 of The Struggle Against No-Strike Pledge in the UAW During WWII
- Martin Glaberman: chapters 5 & 6 of The Struggle Against No-Strike Pledge in the UAW During WWII
- James Green: chapters 1 & 2 of The World of the Worker: Labor in 20th Century America
- James Green: chapters 3 & 4 of The World of the Worker: Labor in 20th Century America
- James Green: chapters 5 & 6 of The World of the Worker: Labor in 20th Century America
- James Green: chapters 7 & 8 of The World of the Worker: Labor in 20th Century America
- Teresa Hanlon: "Legal Theories Supporting National Plant Closing Legislation" (1983)
- Marie Hardy: entry and related materials for Sylvia Woods encyclopedia entry contest
- William Haywood: copy of deposition of early 20th Century labor leader
- Herbert Hill: "Race & Ethnicity in Organized Labor," "The AFL-CIO and the Black Worker," other race/labor articles
- John Hinshaw: "The Dialectic of Division Among Western Pennsylvania Steelworkers, 1937-45" (1995)
- G. Hunnius: "Co-Determination in the Federal Republic of Germany" (1973)
- Leo Huberman: "The Truth About Unions" (1946)
- Peter Kellman: You Can't Get to Second with Your Foot on First manuscript
- Peter Kellman: chapters and materials from You Can't Get to Second with Your Foot on First
- Peter Kellman: draft #2 of You Can't Get to Second with Your Foot on First manuscript
- Peter Kellman: "An Organizer's Diary," "Jay Environmental Control," and an index to Kellman Papers
- John Kruzeski: Weirton Employee Stock Annihilation Plan
Box 23: Labor M-Z
Folder -- Contents
- Eric Leif: "Forgotten Legacy: United Rubber Workers and Akron Labor Party Movement"
- John LaPreur: edited drafts of "Fleetwood Wildcat"
- Howard Lesnick: "Supreme Court and Labor Law in 50th Year of NLRA," "Legal Education's Concern with Justice"
- Jim Lindgren: "Political Strikes" (1976)
- Jeffrey Lustig: "Community and Property: Deeper Implication of Plant Closures" (1983)
- Ann Roell Markusen: "The Youngstown Community-Worker Steel Takeover Bid"; correspondence with S.Lynd (1982)
- Paul Mattick: "Worker's Control"
- Charles McCollester: "The Steel Valley Authority," "A Coal Communities Resources Rehabilitation Board"
- John McDermott: "The Modern Capitalist Labor System" and untitled manuscript
- Herb Mills: "The San Francisco Waterfront" parts 1 & 2 pamphlets(1978)
- Bruce Nelson: "Triumph & Tragedy of Walter Reuther," "Class, Race, Democracy in the CIO," and other articles
- Bruce Nelson: "Triumph and Travail of Left-Led Union," "Logic & Limits of Solidarity," and other articles
- Bruce Nelson: "Race Relations in the Mill," "Building a Union of Steel in Youngstown," and other Youngstown articles
- Glenn Perusek: thesis "The Internal Politics of the United Automobile Workers, 1967-85" (1988)
- James Gray Pope: "Constitutional Insurgency as Jurisgenesis"
- Charles Owen Rice: Fight With a Heart: Pittsburgh Labor Priest
- Harold Ruttenberg: "War and the Steel Ghost Towns," "How to Save Jobs in the Pittsburgh Area," and others
- Ashley Schannauer: thesis "Worker-Community Takeovers of Plants Otherwise Scheduled for Closing" (1983)
- David Stratman: "Fight to Win: A Strategy for Labor"
- Cornelius Thomas: chapters 1-2 of dissertation, "Black Workers at the Point of Production"
- Cornelius Thomas: chapters 3-4 of dissertation, "Black Workers at the Point of Production"
- Cornelius Thomas: chapters 5-7 of dissertation, "Black Workers at the Point of Production"
- Cornelius Thomas: chapter 8 of dissertation, "Black Workers at the Point of Production"
- Cornelius Thomas: "Black Cats in Wildcats and Shopfloor Insurgencies" with introduction by Staughton Lynd (1996)
- Heather Ann Thompson: thesis "Detroit: Wildcat 1973"
- Clyde Summers: "Teamster Joint Grievance Committees," "Democracy in One-Party State," "Worker Participation..."
- Mike Walter: "Thatcher and the British Trade Unions, 1979-90" (1990)
- Stan Weir: "Humor vs. Corporate Bureaucracy," "Union Busting at Home & Abroad," "Effects of War on American Labor," "Longshoremen and Marine Clerks of Spain," "On-Going Rank & File Control," and others
- Eesha Williams: "A Practical Guide to Getting Ahead" (1996)
- Yamamoto Kioshi: "Japanese-style Industrial Relations...," "Labor Relations in Big Japanese Corporations"
- Gregory Yarwick: "Right to Strike for Economic Justice and Issue of Permanent Replacements" (1992)
- Laffeet [?]: unknown edited manuscript regarding GM Plant
- National Paper Strike in Jay, Maine: "Pain on Their Faces" by J.Hinshaw, Interview w/Arthur Raymond by P.Kellman
- "Perceptions of Fisher Body": edited manuscript by unknown author
- Misc. Labor Articles by David Cook, Walter Adams, Bob Chitester, David Gordon, Paul Hays, Sumner Rosen, etc.
Box 24: Other Topics
Folder -- Contents
- Kathryn Abrams: "Hearing the Call of Stories" (1991)
- Andrew Fraser: "The Legal Theory We Need to Know"
- Karl Klare: "Professor Finkin and the Myopia of Mainstream Labor Law Scholarship" (1985)
- Karl Klare: "Judicial Deradicalization of the Wagner Act, 1937-41" (1975)
- Karl Klare: "The Public-Private Distinction in Labor Law"
- Karl Klare: "Legal Status of Concerted Activity by Black Caucuses in Labor Unions (1975)
- Karl Klare: "Working Relationships in the Law Schools"
- Bruce Nelson: "Something in the Atmosphere of America"
- Frances Olsen: "Michael M.: Misogyny, and the Limitations of Liberal Legalism" (1983)
- Pam Chude: "The Political Is Personal," "Battling the Barriers to Understanding," "Joy of My Remembering"
- Mary E. King: "Women and Civil Rights-A Personal Reflection" lecture at Jackson St. University (1995)
- Martha Lynd: "Towards Int'l Women's Solidarity" (1992),"Failure of 20thC Revolutions to Develop Feminist Agenda"
- David Cole: "Getting There: Reflections of Trashing from Feminist Jurisprudence" (1985)
- Marc Rauch: "Individual Rights Under a Labor Agreement" (1975)
- Ed Sparer: "Fundamental Human Rights, Legal Entitlements and the Social Struggle" (1983)
- Mark Tushnet: "An Essay on Rights"
- "Political Strikes, Labor Law, and Democratic Rights": manuscript by unknown author
- Michael Goldfield: "The Color of Politics" (1996)
- Michael Goldfield: "Race and the CIO" (1993), "Race and the Reuther Legacy" (1997)
- Bruce Nelson: "Regardless of Creed, Color, Nationality," "Class & Race in the U.S." " Class & Race in Crescent City"
- Misc. Law Articles: by Alan Hunt, James Inverarity, William Chambliss, Nancy Anderson
- 1st Amendment News Clips: clips and letters regarding S. Lynd's support right to march by Illinois Nazis (1978)
- 1st Amendment News Clips: clips and letters regarding James Traficant's remarks on Phil Donahue show
- Unknown 1st Amendment Article: edited manuscript of unknown manuscript
- Jane Adams: "Political Action is my Spiritual Foundation" speech (1989)
- Charles McCollester: "Tri-State Conference on Steel..."
- The Megiddo Project: poems and materials from conference (1989)
- Margaret Randall: "Forgetting Remembered"
- Michael Ferber: "Blake and the Two Swords," "Blake's Idea of Brotherhood," "The Making of Blake"
- Raymond: "A Homage of Sorts: Goethe"
- Penelope Yungblut: "Penelope's Story"
- Poetry: "Winter Solstice" by Jane Adams, "Road Not Taken," "Haiku for John" by B. McCloskey, "Remembering the Sabbath," "First Impressions" by Gary Galbreath
- Misc. Vietnam Articles: "Vietnam 1977: Is It Any of Our Business," "Life in the New Vietnam"
- Terry Anderson: "The GI Movement and the Response from the Brass" (1990)
- Mary Hershberger: "Introduction" to her book and correspondence with Staughton Lynd
- Ed Jahn: "Be a Part-Time Activist" (1993)
- Carl Oglesby: chapters 1-8 of Ravens on the Wing (1995)
- Carl Oglesby: chapters 9-17 of Ravens on the Wing (1995)
- Mary Susannah Robbins: submissions for her Vietnam book by David Harris, Jane Bond Moore, Bruce Franklin, Noam Chomsky, Michael Ferber, Carl Oglesby
- Mary Susannah Robbins: submissions for her Vietnam book by Jeff Jones, Eugenia Kaledin, Joan Baez, James Fallows, George Swiers, Tod Ensign, David Cortright, Jerold Starr, Arlene Ash, Dave Dellinger, Jane Collins, Max Watts
- Mary Susannah Robbins: correspondence and other materials regarding her Vietnam book
- The Manuscript of Pandemonium: Stories from Hell
- Chuck Fager: "Fleecing the Faithful," "The Trial of Priscilla Deters," "Friends Keeping the Peace"
- Vincent Harding: "Toward a Darkly Radiant Vision of America's Truth"
- Chapters from Unknown Book: "Theory of Autobiography," "Jung," "Darwin," "Newton," etc.
- Misc. Articles: Carlos Mejia Godoy interview, "Leon Trotsky: My Life," "The Historical Jesus," and other articles
- "Standing in the Shadows": two floppy disks containing chapters by unknown author
Box 25: Brian Willson
Folder -- Contents
- Biographies: "Summary of My Activism," "Living the Truth: Brian Willson's Story," "The Power Within," and others
- Childhood Materials: "Baseball Cards," 8th Grade Valedictory Address (1955), various sketches, etc.
- Photograph Materials: photocopies from Concord train protest, visit to Nicaragua; list of photo descriptions
- Statements: Int'l. Symposium on Democracy and Revolution (1989), from hospital bed (1987), various re Nicaragua
- "A Record of Resistance by Military Personnel...": collection of news clips and timelines collected by Willson
- Images of Human Blockades: news clips and stories regarding human blockades collected by Brian Willson
- Brian Willson News Clips: "Back in Action," "Turmoil Haunts Vets Center," "Vets...in Agent Orange Protest" and others
- Institute for Non-Violence: various newsletters, letters, press releases, etc. re protests by veterans
- Vietnam Veterans Center: Analysis of ERA Veterans in Mass. (1983), letter regarding "Rambo," newsletters, etc.
- "A Personal Journey of Radical Transformation": article by Brian Willson about his accident (1992)
- IRS Letters: correspondence regarding Brian Willson's tax resistance (1985-87)
- Misc. Letters: letter to parents re fast for life and criticisms by Dr. McBirnie (1986)
- Nicaragua Letters: letters to President Reagan, Senator Kerry, Daniel Ortega (1986)
- Third World Legs Letters: Brian Willson & Staughton Lynd correspondence with publishers; resume
- Pendle Hill Publishers: Publications Catalogue 1995-96, "The Ministry of Presence," "Stories from Kenya"
- "The Korean Wall" (1990): by Brian Willson
- Crime & Punishment (1977): letters, articles, writings re prisons; "Discriminatory System," "Hope for a New Order"
- Environment: opposition pieces re Chautauqua landfill (1977), "Agrarian Politics in Upstate New York," and others
- Spirituality: "Revolution of Consciousness," "Frente and Commmunity," "Male Spirituality," and other pieces
- Peace: "Dehumanization and Extinction..." "Peace Education-Counterin Militarism," "Making War Obsolete" etc.
- Institute for Practice of Nonviolence: newsletters from the group mainly regarding El Salvador (1989-90)
- Fast for Life: "Fasting for Nonviolent Revolution," "Fast for Life," etc.; "Rudman Likens Fasting Vets to Terrorists"
- Concord Tape: transcript of 9/1/87 Fisher recording of witnesses to the accident outside the Concord Naval Station
- Concord Writings: "A Personal Journey of Radical Transformation," "Significance of Nuremberg Actions" etc
- Concord News Clips: "Peace Group Sets Arms Blockade," "Train that Maimed Pacifist was under Orders not to Stop"
- Concord Hearings (1987): "Perspective of the People Invoking the Nuremberg Principles at CNWS" report
- FBI: "Could the U.S. Government Possibly Consider Me, or You, A Threat?" drafts; "Cost of Fired FBI Agent's..."
- Nicaragua News Clips: "[Willson] Sees Ambush Site," "U.S. Vets Stage Peace Walk in Contra Zone"; copy of medal
- Nicaragua: "Can the U.S. Purchase Nicaragua Elections," "Their Terrorism Pales Next to Our Terrorism" and others
- El Salvador: "Salvadoran Military Has Civilians in Its Sights"; news clips of Willson visit, and other materials
- South America: "Invasion of the New World"; lists of U.S. intervention and Monroe Doct., report on visit to Cuba, etc.
- Operation Desert Storm: "From Armageddon to Babylon," "Post-Gulf Massacre Reflections" and others
- Desert Storm News Clips: "Euphoric Mood of War Sickens Veteran," "Refusing to Fight for Imperialism," other clips
- Vietnam Veterans: "Personal Tribute to Norman Morrison," "New Citizen Soldier," "Moral Distress & Moral Disease"
- Third World Legs: drafts of Foreword by Staughton Lynd
- Third World Legs: outline and dedication
- Third World Legs: manuscript by Brian Willson
- Photographs: photo of Willson on burro in El Salvador (1988), and at Veterans Fast for Life in D.C. (1986)
Box 26: Eric Leif Davin and David Rabban
Folder -- Contents
- Eric Leif Davin: first section of Radicals in Power: Experience of American Left in Office
- Eric Leif Davin: second section of Radicals in Power: Experience of American Left in Office
- Eric Leif Davin: third section of Radicals in Power: Experience of American Left in Office
- Eric Leif Davin: fourth section of Radicals in Power: Experience of American Left in Office
- Eric Leif Davin: fifth section of Radicals in Power: Experience of American Left in Office
- Eric Leif Davin & Staughton Lynd (1979): drafts of "Picket Line & Ballot Box: Local Labor Parties in the 1930s"
- "Picket Line & Ballot Box" Responses: various comments and editorials regarding the book
- Eric Leif Davin: "Words: Property of the People," "Forgotten Legacy," "The Era of the Common Child"
- Eric Leif Davin: The Littlest New Deal: SWOC Takes Power in Steeltown manuscript
- Eric Leif Davin: News Clips: copies of 1930s labor news clips sent to Staughton Lynd
- David Rabban: part one of The Emergence of Modern First Amendment Doctrine (1983)
- David Rabban: part two of The Emergence of Modern First Amendment Doctrine (1983)
- David Rabban: part three of The Emergence of Modern First Amendment Doctrine (1983)
- David Rabban: part four of The Emergence of Modern First Amendment Doctrine (1983)
- David Rabban: first part of The First Amendment in Its Forgotten Years (1987)
- David Rabban: second part of The First Amendment in Its Forgotten Years (1987)
- David Rabban: "The Ahistorical Historian: Leonard Levy on Freedom of Express in Early American History" (1985)
- David Rabban: "The First Amendment in Its Forgotten Years"; correspondence with Staughton Lynd
- David Rabban: first part of The Limits of Constitutional Power: Foreign Policy & International Law
- David Rabban: second part of The Limits of Constitutional Power: Foreign Policy & International Law
- David Rabban: third part of The Limits of Constitutional Power: Foreign Policy & International Law
- David Rabban: "The IWW Free Speech Fights & Popular Conceptions of Free Expression Before World War I"
- David Rabban: "Free Speech in Progressive Social Thought," "Radical Assumptions about American Labor Law," "Has the NLRA Hurt Labor?" "The Free Speech League..." "A Functional Analysis of 'Individual'..."
Box 27: Books by Other Authors
Aptheker, Herbert. Anti-Racism in U.S. History. Greenwood Press (New York: 1992)
Boyte, Harry C. Community Is Possible. Harper & Row (New York: 1974).
Brecher, Jeremy and Tim Costello. Global Village or Global Pillage. South End Publishers (Boston: 1994).
Campbell, Tom. The Left and Rights. Routledge & Keagan Paul (Boston: 1993)
Capaldi, Nicholas. Clear and Present Danger. Pegasus (New York: 1969).
Carney, Martin. A New Social Contract. Harper & Row (New York: 1983).
Curle, Adam. Tools for Transformation. Hawthorn Press (New York: 1990).
Finn, James. Protest: Pacifism & Politics. Random House (New York: 1967).
-- features interview with and inscription to Staughton Lynd
Forman, James. The Political Thought of James Forman. Black Star Publishing (Detroit: 1970).
Glick, Brian. War at Home: Covert Action Against U.S. Activists. South Bend Press (Boston: 1989).
In Re Alger Hiss. Ed. Edith Tiger. Hill and Wang (New York: 1979).
Kelber, Harry. My 60 Years as a Labor Activist. A.G. Publishing (New York: 1996).
Kutler, Stanley. The American Inquisition: Justice & Injustice in the Cold War. Hill & Wang (New York: 1982).
Levant, Victor. Capital & Labour: Partners?. Steel Rail Educational Publishing (Toronto: 1977).
Lewy, Guenter. Peace & Revolution: the Moral Crisis of American Pacifism. Wm.Eerdman's Pub. (G. Rapids, MI: 1988).
Kent & Jackson State: 1970-90. Ed. Susie Erenrich. Vietnam Generation, Inc. (1990).
Letters from the Front: 1898-1945. Ed. Michael Stevens. State Hist. Society of Wisonsin (1992).
Matthews, Richard. The Radical Politics of Thomas Jefferson. Univ. Press of Kansas (Lawrence, KS: 1984).
--includes letter from author to Staughton Lynd
Oblinger, Carl. Divided Kingdom. Illinois State Historical Society (Sprinfield, IL: 1991)
--includes correspondence with Staughton Lynd
O'Connor, Elizabeth. Servant Leaders, Servant Structures . Servant Leadership School (Washington DC: 1991)
Riesman, David. Thorstein Veblen: A Critical Interpretation. Continuum Books (New York: 1953).
Thompson, Dorothy. The Chartists: Popular Politics in the Industrial Revolution. Pantheon (New York: 1983).
Unger, Roberto. Social Theory: Its Situation and Its Task. Cambridge University Press (New York: 1987)
The University Crisis Reader. Ed. Immanuel Wallerstein and Paul Starr. Vintage Books (New York: 1971). Useem, Michael. Conscription Protest and Social Conflict . John Wiley & Sons (New York: 1973).
Wills, Garry. Inventing America: Jefferson's Declaration of Independence. Vintage Books (New York: 1978).