Papers, 1960-1967.


Papers, 1960-1967.

Consist of correspondence, reports, statements and platforms, mailing lists, and financial records concerning his involvement in the National Student Association and Voice Political Party (while at the Univ. of Michigan), and the Heights Freedom Movement and Students for a Democratic Society (while at New York Univ.). Much of the NSA material relates to the Michigan Region, particularly the disaffiliation in 1962 of the Central Michigan University chapter. A principal concern of Voice Party was the. House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) and campaigns on campuses to abolish it. Correspondents include E.R. Garvey, T. Gitlin, R.A. Haber, N. Johnston, D. McKelvey, and J. Monsonis.

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