We Accuse : A Powerful statement of the new political anger in America, asrevealed in the speeches given at the 36-hour Vietnam Day protest in Berke ley, California. 1st pbk.


(MAILER, Norman, Bertrand RUSSELL, Dr. Benjamin SPOCK, et. al.). We Accuse : A Powerful statement of the new political anger in America, as revealed in the speeches given at the 36-hour "Vietnam Day" protest in Berkeley, California. (Berkeley, CA): Diablo Press, (1965). First US Printing. Pp. 160. Small 8vo, printed white card covers. A collection of anti-war lectures heldat a protest of the Vietnam War in California in 1965. Contents: 1. The Gr eat Society? (Lectures by Norman Mailer, Paul Krassner, and Mario Salvo). 2. Myths of the Cold War (Lectures by Isaac Deutscher, M. S. Arnoni, Felix Greene, Dr. Benjamin Spock, and Bertrand Russell). 3. The Intervention in Vietnam and the Dominican Republic (Lectures by I. F. Stone, Senator Ernest Gruening, and Norman Thomas). 4. From Civil Rights to Peace (Lectures by Dick Gregory and Charles Cobb). 5. What to Do? (Lectures by Paul Potter, Bob Parris, and Staughton Lynd). Lightly rubbed, faint creasing, name verso front cover, else very good. 30.00

Title: We Accuse : A Powerful statement of the new political anger in America, asrevealed in the speeches given at the 36-hour Vietnam Day protest in Berke ley, California. 1st pbk.

Author Name: MAILER, Norman). SPOCK, Benjamin, Dr.). RUSSELL, Bertrand). KRASSNER, Paul).

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Diablo Press, Berkeley, CA, 1965,:

Seller ID: 61934

Keywords: UNITED STATES LITERATURE POLITICS VIETNAM WAR PROTEST AMERICAN POLITICAL SIXTIES 60S,