Staughton and Alice Lynd publications

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Staughton and Alice Lynd publications

Staughton and Alice Lynd collection

Series 3: Staughton and Alice Lynd publications

Box 15: Labor
Folder -- Contents

  1. Rank and File (1973): complete manuscript with minor editorial remarks
  2. Rank and File : correspondence and edited manuscript regarding republication in 1981
  3. Labor Law for the Rank & Filer (1978): completely revised manuscript
  4. Labor Law for the Rank & Filer (1978): completely revised manuscript
  5. Labor Law for the Rank & Filer (1978): manuscript with editorial marks
  6. Labor Law for the Rank & Filer (1978): completely revised manuscript and edited manuscript
  7. American Labor Radicalism : manuscript with many revisions and other materials
  8. American Labor Radicalism : Chapter I: The Possibility of Radicalism
  9. American Labor Radicalism : Chapter II: CIO
  10. American Labor Radicalism : Chapter III: Stirrings
  11. American Labor Radicalism : Chapter IV: Prophecies
  12. "From Protest to Economic Democracy" (1989): final manuscript and edited article for Building Bridges magazine
  13. "From Protest to Economic Democracy": S.Lynd correspondence with editor regarding changes and edited manuscript
  14. Labor in Era of Multinationalism (1991): complete manuscript with revisions
  15. Labor in Era of Multinationalism : complete manuscript with many revisions
  16. Labor in Era of Multinationalism citations: various articles, reports, etc. cited by Staughton Lynd
  17. Labor in Era of Multinationalism : materials regarding publication in West Virginia Law Review
  18. Labor in Era of Multinationalism : Response by C. Greer, "A Contrasting View of the Effect of Foreign Competition"
  19. Solidarity Unionism (1991): finished manuscript with Mike Konopacki illustrations
  20. Solidarity Unionism: edited and unedited manuscripts
  21. Solidarity Unionism: edited manuscript with letter from Charles Kerr
  22. Solidarity Unionism: galley proofs of manuscript
  23. Solidarity Unionism: Staughton Lynd notebook with notes and materials for the book
  24. "Solidarity" Chapter in Minow Book: review of notes for the chapter regarding loss of retirement benefits
  25. "Solidarity" Chapter in Minow Book: various notes, articles, and reports quoted by Staughton Lynd in chapter
  26. We Are All We've Got (1996): gallery proofs
  27. We Are All We've Got: edited manuscript
  28. We Are All We've Got: edited manuscript
  29. We Are All We've Got: edited manuscript
  30. "Reindustrialization from Below" (1985): draft for a Commonwork Pamphlet
  31. "Self-Activity and Sisterhood" (1996): manuscript for submission to Radical America and related letters
  32. Misc. Articles: "Workers' Control in a Time of Diminished Workers' Rights," "The Constitution and American Workers," "What Productivity Means to the Steelworker," "Labor Law Questions & Answers," "Crowd, Rank and File..." "To The Memorial Day Massacre"
  33. Misc. Notes: various citations written on business cards

Box 16: Various
Folder -- Contents

  1. Misc. Early Pieces: "Martin Luther & the Anabaptists," "Open Letter to the Next President," "Both Sides of the Equation," "Satyagraha in the Slums," "Power & Morality," "Southern Negro Students," and others
  2. "The Revolution & the Common Man" (1962): Part I of Staughton Lynd's thesis for Columbia Doctorate of Philosophy
  3. "The Revolution & the Common Man" (1962): Part II of Staughton Lynd's thesis for Columbia Doctorate of Philosophy
  4. Class Conflict: Slavery & American Revolution: edited Preface
  5. "The First New Left...and the Third" (1975): to be presented at MIT lecture honoring Simone Weil
  6. "Investment Decisions & Quid Pro Quo Myth" (1979): edited manuscript and letter to editor of CWRU Law Review
  7. "Investment Decisions & Quid Pro Quo Myth" (1979): edited manuscript and galley proofs
  8. "Thesis & Antithesis": edited manuscript and galley proofs
  9. Various Pieces: "Peculiar Culture of Politics," "Overcoming Barriers of Race & Class," "Independent Unionism in CA"
  10. Law Journal Pieces: "Company Constitutionalism?" "Right to Engage in Concerted Activity after Union Recognition"
  11. "First Amendment in the Workplace": Staughton Lynd rough draft with many corrections; comments by Bernard Metzer
  12. "In My Opinion: Constitutional Encounters" (1987): article in Ohio Lawyer, letter from editor
  13. Communal Rights (1984): edited galley proofs
  14. Communal Rights (1984): edited galley proofs
  15. Communal Rights (1984): edited versions of manuscript
  16. Communal Rights (1984): edited versions of manuscript
  17. "From Civil Rights to Vietnam": manuscript and schedule for Teach-In on the Crisis with Iraq (1998)
  18. "The Bulldog Whitewashed": edited manuscripts regarding the Herb Aptheker affair at Yale; AHA report
  19. Employee Speech in the Private & Public Workplace : Part I of final manuscript
  20. Employee Speech in the Private & Public Workplace : Part II of final manuscript
  21. Employee Speech in the Private & Public Workplace : Part III of final manuscript
  22. Employee Speech in the Private & Public Workplace : edited version of manuscript
  23. Employee Speech in the Private & Public Workplace : edited version of manuscript
  24. Employee Speech in the Private & Public Workplace : notes and citations used by Staughton Lynd
  25. "In Memoriam: E.P. Thompson" (1994): edited version of manuscript to appear in Georgetown Law Review
  26. "In Memoriam: E.P. Thompson" (1994): edited version of manuscript to appear in Georgetown Law Review
  27. "A.J. Muste": unedited copy of article on the early 20th Century leader of peace movement
  28. "Father & Son" (1993): essay about Robert Lynd for Social Policy; handwritten draft, galley proofs, letters, etc.
  29. Liberation Theology for Quakers (1996): finished copy of manuscript published by Pendle Hill
  30. Liberation Theology for Quakers : unedited version of the manuscript
  31. Liberation Theology for Quakers : unedited version of the manuscript
  32. Liberation Theology for Quakers : unedited version of the manuscript; letter to Brian Corbin
  33. Liberation Theology for Quakers : heavily edited version of the manuscript, notes, etc.
  34. Liberation Theology for Quakers : unedited version of the manuscript
  35. Liberation Theology for Quakers : unedited version of the manuscript
  36. Liberation Theology for Quakers : unedited version of the manuscript
  37. Unknown Manuscript: Introduction and Chapters One & Two of unknown labor history manuscript
  38. Unknown Manuscript: Chapters Three and Four of unknown labor history manuscript
  39. Unknown Manuscript: Chapters Five and Six of unknown labor history manuscript

Box 17: Youngstown
Folder -- Contents

  1. "Youngstown, Ohio: Rebuilding the Labor Movement from Below" manuscript
  2. "Why Don't We Buy the Mill?" manuscript
  3. "Options for Reindustrialization: Brownfield & Greenfield" (1981): manuscript and correspondence
  4. Misc. Youngstown articles: "Worker/Community Ownership in Youngstown," "What Happened in Youngstown"
  5. The Fight Against Shutdowns (1982): finished draft of the Introduction
  6. The Fight Against Shutdowns: finished draft of Part 1: "The Ecumenical Coalition's Campaign..."
  7. The Fight Against Shutdowns: finished draft of Part 2: "The Struggle for Briar Hill"
  8. The Fight Against Shutdowns: finished draft of Part 3: "The Battle for U.S. Steel's Youngstown Works"
  9. The Fight Against Shutdowns: finished draft of Part 4: "Some Conclusions from What Happened in Youngstown"
  10. The Fight Against Shutdowns: complete unedited draft with letter from Staughton Lynd
  11. The Fight Against Shutdowns: complete draft edited by Edward Weisheimer
  12. The Fight Against Shutdowns (1982): Chapters 1-3 galley proofs
  13. The Fight Against Shutdowns (1982): Chapter 4 galley proofs
  14. The Fight Against Shutdowns (1982): Chapter 4 galley proofs
  15. The Fight Against Shutdowns (1982): Part I of edited draft of the manuscript; letter to Ed Mann & others
  16. The Fight Against Shutdowns (1982): Part II of edited draft of the manuscript
  17. The Fight Against Shutdowns (1982): Part I of edited draft of the manuscript
  18. The Fight Against Shutdowns (1982): Part II of edited draft of the manuscript
  19. The Fight Against Shutdowns: edited draft of the manuscript
  20. The Fight Against Shutdowns: edited draft of the manuscript; letter from editor
  21. The Fight Against Shutdowns: edited drafts of the manuscript; Stan Weir letters regarding his corrections
  22. The Fight Against Shutdowns: "pages at issue" from edited draft
  23. The Fight Against Shutdowns: edited draft of the manuscript
  24. The Fight Against Shutdowns: draft of the manuscript with lines numbered
  25. The Fight Against Shutdowns: edited draft of the Introduction; handwritten notes
  26. The Fight Against Shutdowns: photos, cartoons, and notes used in the book

Box 18: Monographs
Contents

Class Conflict: Slavery & the United States Constitution, ed. Staughton Lynd: The Bobbs-Merrill Co. (1966)
Nonviolence in America, ed. Staughton Lynd: The Bobbs-Merrill Co. (1967)
Reconstruction, ed. Staughton Lynd: Harper & Row (New York: 1967)
Intellectual Origins of American Radicalism, Staughton Lynd: Latimer Trend & Co. (London: 1969)
Intellectual Origins of American Radicalism, Staughton Lynd: Wildwood House (London: 1973)
Intellectual Origins of American Radicalism, Staughton Lynd: Harvard University Press (Cambridge, MASS: 1982)
The New Left, ed. Staughton Lynd: Extending Horizons Books (Boston: 1969)
Who Needs the Negro?, Sidney Willhelm w/Foreward by Staughton Lynd: Schenkman Publishing Co. (Cambridge: 1970)
The Resistance, Staughton Lynd and Michael Ferber: Beacon Press (Boston: 1971)
Strategy & Program, Staughton Lynd and Gar Alperovitz: Beacon Press (Boston: 1973)
Labor Law for the Rank & Filer: Revised Edition, Staughton Lynd: Singlejack Books (San Pedro, CA: 1982)

Box 19: Essays in Collections
Contents

"How the Cold War Began" by Staughton Lynd in:
    Problems in European Civilization, ed. Norman Graebner: D.C. Heath & Co. (Boston: 1963)
"The Abolitionist Critique of the U.S. Constitution" by Staughton Lynd in:
    The Antislavery Vanguard, ed. Martin Duberman: Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ: 1965)
"Historical Past and Existential Present" by Staughton Lynd in:
    The Dissenting Academy, ed. Theodore Roszak: Vintage Books (New York: 1967)
    The Dissenting Academy, ed. Theodore Roszak: Chatto & Windus (London: 1969)
"Beyond Beard" by Staughton Lynd in:
    Towards a New Past, ed. Barton Bernstein: Vintage Books (New York: 1967)
    Towards a New Past, ed. Barton Bernstein: Chatto & Windus (London: 1970)
"The New Left" by Staughton Lynd in:
    The American Political System, ed. Brown & Wahlke: Dorsery Press (Homewood, IL: 1967)
"Historical Past and Existential Present" by Staughton Lynd in:
    Fame & the Founding Fathers, ed. Edmund Willis: Moravian College (Bethlehem, PA: 1967)
"Freedom Now: Intellectual Origins of American Radicalism" by Staughton Lynd in:
    Dissent, ed. Alfred Young: Northern Illinois University Press (Dekalb, IL: 1968)
"The New Left" by Staughton Lynd in:
    The Annals of American Academy of Political & Social Science, ed. R.Lambert:(Philadelphia: 1969)
"The Responsibility of Radical Intellectuals" by Staughton Lynd in:
    Where It's At: Radical Perspectives in SOciology, ed. Deutsch & Howard: Harper & ROw (New York: 1970)
"Historical Past and Existential Present" by Staughton Lynd in:
    The Dimensions of History, ed. Thomas Guinsburg: Rand McNally (Chicago: 1971)
"Academic Freedom & the First Amendment" by Staughton Lynd in:
    The University Crisis Reader, ed. I.Wallerstein & P.Starr: Vintage Books (New York: 1971)
"The Origins of the New Left" by Staughton Lynd in:
    Seasons of Rebellion, ed. J. Boskin & R. Rosenstone: Holt, Rhinheart & Winston (New York: 1972)
"Intellectuals, the University, and the Movement" by Staughton Lynd in:
    Power to the People, ed. William Slate: Tower Publications (New York: 1972)
"The Tenant Rising at Livingston Manor, May 1777" by Staughton Lynd in:
    Narratives of the Revolution in New York: New York Historical Society (New York: 1975)
"The American Revolution as a Precedent" by Staughton Lynd in:
    The American Revolution: A Heritage of Change: Ass. of James Ford Bell Library (1975).