God, Guts, and Guns literary archive 1980-1982


God, Guts, and Guns, literary archive, 1980-1982

God, Guts, and Guns literary archive 1980-1982

These papers contain Phillip Finch's manuscript and galley proofs for his 1983 book, , which described contemporary forces of political conservatism (more commonly called "the Radical Right") within the United States. Included is a small quantity of correspondence related to his book, including a letter to Laird Wilcox, donor of the Finch manuscripts. God, Guts, and Guns

.5 linear ft (1 box)


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In May 1961, retired Michigan professor Walter Bergman and his wife Frances joined eleven others in a racially integrated Freedom Ride of the South, as a challenge to segregation. At Birmingham, Alabama, their members were beaten with fists and clubs by Ku Klux Klansmen, causing Walter Bergman to suffer permanent injuries which confined him to a wheelchair for the remainder of his life. He later filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation, charging that it knew of the Klan's plan...