David McReynolds papers, 1943-1978.
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Howard Zinn (1922-2010) was an award-winning historian, activist, playwright, teacher, public speaker and author of articles, essays and books including the best-selling A People's History of the United States. Praised for his moral courage and passion for social justice, Zinn influenced thousands of students during a teaching career of more than thirty years. Reaching the wider public through his books, plays, articles, lectures and in theatrical and television presentations of his Voices of A ...
A radio and television performer, actor, composer, pianist, and singer. From the description of [Papers] / Steve Allen. 1956-1973. (Bowling Green State University). WorldCat record id: 14228108 Renowned American comedian, composer, lyricist, musician, television pioneer, performer, and author. From the description of Steve Allen papers, 1951-2000. (Scottsdale Public Library). WorldCat record id: 49244609 Steve Allen (1921-2000), comedian, co...
Poet, story writer, essayist, and journalist. Activist, jailed for her protest against the Vietnam War. Died in 1984. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1981-1985]. (Brown University). WorldCat record id: 122384452 Author and activist, Barbara Deming began her career writing theater and film reviews, poetry, short stories, and a novel. In 1959, inspired by Gandhi's writings, Deming became politically active, advocating nonviolence in all spheres of life. Periodicals such a...
Paul Goodman was a social critic, essayist, writer of fiction, poet and psychotherapist. From the description of Paul Goodman papers, 1925-1983 (inclusive), 1929-1972 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612452789 Paul Goodman, a New Yorker, wrote some novels and poetry, but was primarily known for his many non-fiction works on political theory, psychology, city planning, education, and other social issues. He was a literary critic for the Partisan review and te...
Avram Noam Chomsky (1928- ) is an American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, author, lecturer and political activist. Beginning with his opposition to the Vietnam War, he established himself as a prominent critic of U.S. foreign and domestic policy. Chomsky has become a profoundly influential voice on the left, lecturing widely and publishing numerous books on foreign policy, Mideast politics and related subjects. His self-professed commitment to freedom has le...
David McReynolds; b. 1929 in Los Angeles, Calif.; pacifist, and leader of the War Resisters League and the Socialist Party in the United States; has several times been Socialist Party candidate for the U.S. presidency. From the description of David McReynolds papers, 1943-1978. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 21396359 ...
Mayor of Milwaukee (1948-1960) under the Socialist Party/Progressive Party Federation banners. After office many interests were pursued including: community activism, labor arbitration, foundation work, teaching, resources development, and Socialist Party activities. Ran for president in 1975. Writer and lecturer on major current issues. From the description of Carl F. and Frank P. Zeidler Papers 1918-1981 (bulk 1940-1942, 1948-1981). (Milwaukee Public Library). WorldCat record id: 2...
Norman Mattoon Thomas (1884-1968), was a leading American socialist, pacifist, author, and six-time presidential candidate on the Socialist Party of America ticket, between 1928 and 1948. Born in Marion, Ohio, he was a graduate of Princeton University, attended Union Theological Seminary, where he became a socialist, and was ordained as a Presbyterian minister in 1911. Thomas opposed the United States' entry into the First World War, a position that earned him the disapproval of many in his soci...
Pacifists. From the description of Reminiscences of Frances Witherspoon and Tracy D. Mygatt : oral history, 1966. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309727510 ...
Educator, civil rights activist, peace activist, and poet; served as chairman of the War Resisters League; resident of New York City. From the description of Papers, 1940- (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 39934271 ...
Pacifist and peace activist; Quaker; active in New York Friends Group, World Without War Council, Negotiation Now!, and many other organizations promoting peace and social change; affiliated with the American Friends Service Committee; married Joyce Mertz Gilmore; their personal convictions led them to be involved with and to grant funds for peace and civil rights initiatives and organizations. From the description of Robert Wallace Gilmore papers, 1960-1982. (Swarthmore College, Pea...
Arthur Ocean Waskow, rabbi, political activist, and teacher was born on October 12, 1933 in Baltimore, Maryland. He received a B.A. from Johns Hopkins University in 1954 and an M.A. (1956) and PhD. (1963) in US history from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. From 1959 to 1961, he worked as assistant to Robert Katenmeier, a Congressman from Wisconsin. Together with Richard Barnet and Marcus Raskin, Arthur Waskow helped found the Institute for ...
The War Resisters League (WRL) was established in 1923 through the initiative of Jessie Wallace Hughan. It began as an organization for men and women willing to sign a pledge refusing to support war of any kind. During World War II, it lent both moral and legal support to conscientious objectors, especially absolute pacifists who refused to participate even in civilian alternative service, often for reasons other than religious beliefs. In 1968, the WRL merged with the Committee for Nonviolent A...
Peace and disarmament activist. From the description of Papers, 1946-1995 (bulk 1959-1995). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70937632 ...
John M. Swomley, Jr.; b. Harrisburg, Pa., in 1915; graduate of Dickinson College; Ph. D. in Political Science from University of Colorado; minister of the Methodist Church; National Secretary of the Fellowship of Reconciliation; active with the American Friends Service Committee and the American Civil Liberties Union; campaigned against universal military training; served as Director of the National Council Against Conscription, and as editor of Conscription News; author of books on militarism a...
George W. Willoughby: born in 1914 in Wyoming; Quaker peace activist; World War II conscientious objector; worked for eight years with the Iowa regional section of the American Friends Service Committee, and served as an official with the Fellowship of Reconciliation. In 1958, he took part in the voyages of the Phoenix and Golden Rule, yachts which disrupted atomic testing in the Pacific Ocean. He and his wife, Lillian, travelled to India in peace action projects, and to the former Soviet Union,...
The Socialist Party (U.S.) was founded in 1901, bringing together moderate socialists from the Social Democratic Party, and dissident members of the Socialist Labor Party. In 1936 the ongoing differences between the “Old Guard” and “Militant” factions, resulted in a split, with the Militant group retaining the SP name and much of the membership, while the Old Guard faction retained most of the organizational and financial assets. From the guide to the Socialist Party (U.S.) Minutes, ...
Michael Harrington (1928-1989), a U.S. socialist writer and political leader, best known as the author of The Other America: Poverty in the United States (1962), and as the founder and leader of Democratic Socialists of America, the U.S. affiliate to the Socialist International, was born in St. Louis, received a Jesuit secondary education, graduated from Holy Cross College in 1947 and, after a brief interval at Yale Law School, received a MA degree in English from the University of ...