Bibliography of Materials in the UC Berkeley Library: A-J
SDS. New York, Scribner 
--ED-P: LB3610 .A3; MAIN: LB3610 .A3
Heretic's Heart: A Journey through Spirit and Revolution. Boston: Beacon Press, 1997. pb New York: Ballantine, 1998.
Adler was an activist in the anti-war movement and other leftist causes during the 1960s.
--MOFF: PN4874.A29 H47 1997
--BANC: PN4874.A29 H47 1997;
Albertson, Dean, ed.
Rebels or Revolutionaries? Student Movements of the 1960's. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1975.
Anderson, Terry H.
The Movement and the Sixties. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.
Mission to Hanoi. With prefaces by Tom Hayden and Staughton Lynd. New York: International Publishers, 1966. 128 pp.
Aptheker (who was a member of the American Communist Party) accompanied Lynd and Hayden (who were not) on a December 1965 trip to Hanoi.
Fugitive Days: A Memoir. Boston: Beacon Press, 2001. 295 pp. Ayers, a member of the
Weather Underground who (along with his wife Bernardine Dohrn) was a fugitive until 1981, is now a professor of education at the Univesity of Illinois. This memoir is not particulary apologetic for the violence of the Weather Underground.
Inside Santa Rita: The Prison Memoir of a War Protester Santa Barbara: J. Daniel, 1994.
--BANC: \p\ DS559.8.C63 B331 1994
Bannan, John F. and Bannan, Rosemary S.
Law, Morality and Vietnam: The Peace Militants and the Courts.Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1974. 241 pp.
Barber, Lucy G.
Marching on Washington: The Forging of an American Political Tradition. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002. 358 pp.
Only the last of the six major protests analysed was Vietnam-related; that was the series of demonstrations in the spring of 1971.
Barkan, Steven E.
Protesters on Trial: Criminal Justice in the Southern Civil Rights and Vietnam Antiwar Movements. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1985. 198 pp.
--MAIN: KF9390 .B371 1985
Baskir, Lawrence M.
Chance and Circumstance: The Draft, the War, and the Vietnam Generation. New York: Knopf, 1978
--MAIN: DS559.8.D7 .B37 1978
--MOFF: DS559.8.D7 .B37 1978
Rads. New York: HarperCollins, 1992. 465 pp.
About Karl Armstrong, who bombed the Army Math Research Center at U. of Wisconsin in 1970.
--MOFF: HV6432 .B38 1992
To Dwell in Peace: An Autobiography. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1987.
--MAIN: BX4705.B3845 A3 1987
--MOFF: BX4705.B3845 A3 1987
Lights on in the House of the Dead; A Prison Diary. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1974.
--BANC: BX4705.B3845 A298 1974
Written during Berrigan's imprisonment for buring draft records in 1968.
Hearts and Minds: Bodies, Poetry, and Resistance in the Vietnam Era. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c1996.
--MAIN: PS310.V54 B53 1996
Bills, Scott L., ed.
Kent State/May 4 : echoes through a decade. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, c1988.
--Main Stack LD4191.O72.K451 1988
--Moffitt LD4191.O72.K451 1988
Bloom, Alexander and Breines, Winifred, eds.
Takin' It to the Streets: A Sixties Reader.New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. xviii, 636 pp. 2d. ed.
--MOFF: E841 .T28 2003
--MOFF: E841 .T28 1995 [earlier edition]
Bloom, Lynn Z.
Doctor Spock; Biography of a Conservative Radical. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill 
--MOFF: RJ43.S64 B55
Boardman, Elizabeth Jelinek
The Phoenix Trip: Notes on a Quaker Mission to HaiphongBurnsville, N.C.: Celo Press, 1985.
--MAIN: DS559.5 .B61 1985
Brogan, D. W.
"The Student Revolt." Encounter [Great Britain] 1968 31(178): 20-25.
"Comments on the causes and nature of student revolt in the United States. The political role of the university has a long history, but the scale of the present disturbances is unprecedented. Hostility to the Vietnam War is genuine and general, but the most immediate response is provoked by the race issue: with the mingling of these protests the structure of university government has been attacked. The author examines student leadership and ideas as well as popular reactions." [America: Hisoty and Life]
Family Circle: The Boudins and the Aristocracy of the Left. New York: Knopf, 2003.
A rather hostile biography of Kathy Boudin, who became a leader of SDS around 1968 and of the Weathermen when that group split off from SDS in 1969, and later served a long prison term for a 1981 armored car robbery.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 B73 2003
Braunstein, Peter; Doyle, Michael William
Imagine Nation: the American Counterculture of the 1960s and '70s. New York: Routledge, 2002.
--MAIN: E839.4.I46 2002
--Bancroft E839.4.I46 2002
Community and Organization in the New Left, 1962-1968: The Great Refusal. New York, N.Y.: Praeger ; South Hadley, MA : J.F. Bergin, 1982
--MAIN: HN59 .B73 1982
Tour of Duty: John Kerry and the Vietnam War. New York: Morrow, 2004. 546 pp.
Pages 129-328 cover Kerry's November 1968 to March 1969 tour in Vietnam. After his return to the United States, he became a leader of Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW). The book is primarily devoted to Kerry's actions during the years of the war; only a brief section at the end (pp. 427-457) deals with events after the Paris Agreements of 1972, including the initial stages of his 2004 presidential campaign.
Brown, Robert McAfee; Heschel, Abraham J. and Novak, Michael
Vietnam: Crisis of Conscience. New York: published jointly by Association [YMCA] Press, Behrman House, and Herder & Herder, 1967.
The authors--a Protestant, a Jew, and a Catholic--were all leaders of "Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam".
Contents: Appendix (p. -122): Statement of the Synagogue Council of America, January 1966.--Statement of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches, meeting in Geneva, February 8-17, 1966.--Excerpts from the encyclical Christi marti of Pope Paul VI, September 15, 1966.--Statement of the American Roman Catholic bishops, meeting in Washington, November 1966.--Excerpts from "An appeal to the churches concerning Vietnam," issued by the General Assembly of the National Council of Churches, December 9, 1966. Bibliography: p. 125-127.
--Main Stack DS557.A68.B7
Brown, Sam; Ackland, Len, eds.
Why are We Still in Vietnam? New York: Random House, 1970. 144 pp.
--Main Stack DS557.A63.W48. This item Shelved at NRLF: $D 40 737
Bryan, C. D. B. (Courtlandt Dixon Barnes)
Friendly Fire. New York : Putnam, c1976.
--MOFF: DS559.5 .B79
--MAIN: DS559.5 .B791 1976
Masters of War: Military Dissent and Politics in the Vietnam era.Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 B89 1996
Democracy From the Heart: Spiritual Values, Decentralism, and Democratic Idealism in the Movement of the 1960s. Eugene, Or.: Communitas Press, c1991.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 C35 1991
--MOFF: HN90.R3 C35 1991
An American Requiem: God, My Father, and the War That Came Between Us. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1996.
--MAIN: PS3553.A764 Z464 1996
A Fiction of the Past: The Sixties in American History. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999.
--MAIN: E841 .C33 1999
Charles DeBenedetti Memorial Conference (1990: Toledo, Ohio)
Give Peace a Chance: Exploring the Vietnam Antiwar Movement: Essays from the Charles DeBenedetti Memorial Conference. Edited by Melvin Small and William D. Hoover ; with a foreword by George McGovern. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1992.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 C48 1990;
The American Peace Movement: Ideals and Activism. New York: Twayne, 1992.
--MAIN: JX1961.U6 C45 1992
--MOFF: JX1961.U6 C45 1992
Sixties Radicals, Then and Now: Candid Conversations with Those Who Shaped the Era. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1995. 334 pp.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 C48 1995
--MOFF: HN90.R3 C48 1995;
Chicago, D. Myrus
Law & Disorder; the Chicago Convention and Its Aftermath.
--MAIN: F548.52 .L3 1968; Storage Info: C 2 527 875
Chicago. Riot Study Committee.
Report to the Hon. Richard J. Daley. [Chicago?] 1968.
--MAIN: F548.52 .A5; Storage Info: C 2 968 652
Clinton, James W.
The Loyal Opposition: Americans in North Vietnam, 1965-1972.Niwot, CO: University Press of Colorado, 1995. xxxii, 310 pp.
An oral history of twenty-four individuals.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 C55 1995
--MOFF: DS559.62.U6 C55 1995
Cohen, Robert; Zelnik, Reginald E., eds.
The Free Speech Movement: Reflections on Berkeley in the 1960s.Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002. 672 pp.
--Main Stack LD760.F74 2002
--Moffitt LD760.F74 2002
--Bancroft LD760.F74 2002
Soldiers in Revolt. New York: Doubleday, 1975.
--MAIN: UA23 .C6741
Cottrell, Robert C.
Izzy: A Biography of I.F. Stone. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1992. xii, 388 pp.
A legendary journalist who had a great influence on the anti-war movement.
--MAIN: PN4874.S69 C67 1992
--MOFF: PN4874.S69 C67 1992
Curry, G. David.
Sunshine Patriots: Punishment and the Vietnam Offender. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1985.
--MAIN: DS559.8.D7 C87 1985
Davis, James Kirkpatrick
Assault on the Left: The FBI and the Sixties Antiwar Movement.Westport: Praeger, 1997. x, 226 pp.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 D38 1997
--MOFF: DS559.62.U6 D38 1997
Apostle of Peace: Essays in Honor of Daniel Berrigan. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, c1996. x, 245 p.
--MOFF: BX4705.B3845.A66 1996
DeBenedetti, Charles; Chatfield, Charles
An American Ordeal: The Antiwar Movement of the Vietnam Era.S yracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1990. xvi, 495 pp.
Chatfield completed the book after the death of the original author, DeBenedetti.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 D43 1990
--MOFF: DS559.62.U6 D43 1990
--BANC: DS559.62.U6 D43 1990
Deedy, John G.
Apologies, Good Friends ... An Interim Biography of Daniel Berrigan, S. J. South Bend, Ind.: Fides/Claretian, 
--MAIN: BX4705.B3845 .D43
DeGroot, Gerard J.
"Ronald Reagan and Student Unrest in California, 1966-1970." Pacific Historical Review 1996 65(1): 107-129.
"Comments on the 1966 gubernatorial campaign of Ronald Reagan in California and how student protests associated with social crises in America affected both the campaign and his term as governor. Although planners wanted the campaign to emphasize Reagan's support for smaller government and less taxation, student unrest at the University of California, Berkeley, turned it largely into a campaign about social issues, law and order, and the morality of the war in Vietnam. Although Reagan sought to defuse this nascent student protest, he succeeded mostly in galvanizing it during the campaign and the four years that followed. Reagan's handling of this "crisis" helped to make him into a national politician known for strength and courage." [American: History & Life]
Dellinger, David T.
From Yale to Jail: The Life Story of a Moral Dissenter. New York: Pantheon, 1993. viii, 501 pp.
Dellinger, who had been active as a leftist and pacifist since the 1930s, played a significant role in the opposition to the Vietnam War.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 D46 1993
North to Canada: Men and Women Against the Vietnam WarPublished: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1999.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 D53 1999
--MOFF: DS559.62.U6 D53 1999
Duffett, John, ed.
Against the Crime of Silence: Proceedings of the Russell International War Crimes Tribunal: Stockholm, Copenhagen.Introduction by Bertrand Russell, forword by Ralph Schoenman, New York: O'Hare Books and Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation, 1968.
--MAIN: JX6731.W3 I46 1967;
Vietnam: American Involvement at Home and Abroad Keele, Staffs, England: British Association for American Studies, 1992.
--MAIN: DS559.6 .D8 1992
Dumbrell, John, ed.
Vietnam and the Antiwar Movement--An International Perspective.Brookfield, VT: Gower, 1989. Aldershot, England: Avebury, 1989.
--MAIN: DS559.6 .V541 1989
Shaky Ground: The '60s and Its Aftershocks New York: Columbia University Press, 2002.
--MAIN: E839.4 .E28 2002Echols, Alice.
Revolution in the Wir: Sixties Radicals Turn to Lenin, Mao and Che. London; New York: Verso, c2002.
--MAIN: E839.5 .E43 2002;
Secrets: A Memoir Of Vietnam and The Pentagon Papers New York: Viking, 2002.
--MAIN: DS558 .E44 2002
--MOFF: DS558 .E44 2002
Emerick, Kenneth Fred.
War Resisters Canada; The World of the American Military-political Refugees. Knox, Pa., Knox, Pennsylvania Free Press 
Farrell, James J.
The Spirit of the Sixties: Making Postwar Radicalism. New York: Routledge, 1997.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 F37 1997
Fendrich, James Max.
"The Forgotten Movement: The Vietnam Antiwar Movement." 2003 73(3): 338-358.
"Utilizing research and monographs from participants and observers, reports on the underanalyzed Vietnam antiwar movement. The author places key events in a historical context that helps to explain the origins of the movement, giving particular attention to the various responses of the state to the challengers and the complex interrelationships with the media. As the antiwar movement grew and developed, there were multiple factors that contributed to solidarity and factionalism within the movement. Despite state repressive actions and internal factionalism, the movement was successful in helping to end the war. The effects on US policies were more indirect than direct. The antiwar movement mobilized millions of citizens to public protest. The demonstrations helped to shift public opinion away from supporting the war, and they activated third parties to question and demand an end to war." [America History & Life]
Ferber, Michael; Lynd, Staughton.
The Resistance. Boston, Beacon Press 
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--MOFF: UB342.U5 F47
Protest: Pacifism and Politics: Some Passionate Views on War and Nonviolence. New York : Random House, c1967.
--MOFF: JX1963 .F5
Fisher, Randall M.
Rhetoric and American Democracy: Black Protest Through Vietnam Dissent. Lanham, MD : University Press of America, c1985.
--MAIN: PN239.P64 F57 1985
--MOFF: PN239.P64 F57 1985
Foley, Michael S.
Confronting the War Machine: Draft Resistance During the Vietnam War. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2003. xv, 449 pp.
Draft resistance in Boston; the main focus is on the years 1966 to 1968.
--MAIN: DS559.8.D7 F65 2003
My Life So Far. New York : Random House, c2005.
--MORR: PN2287.F56 A3 2005
Friedland, Michael B.
Lift Up Your Voice Like a Trumpet: White Clergy and the Civil Rights and Antiwar Movements, 1954-1973. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1998. x, 326 pp.
--MAIN: BL65.P7 F73 1998
Galbraith, John Kenneth
How to Get Out of Vietnam. New York: Signet, 1967. 47 pp.
--MAIN: DS557.A63 G14
Garfinkle, Adam M.
Telltale Hearts: The Origins and Impact of the Vietnam Antiwar Movement. New York: St. Martin's, 1995. 352 pp. Preface by Stephen E. Ambrose.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 G37 1995
--MOFF: DS559.62.U6 G37 1995
In the Service of their Country: War Resisters in Prison. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1970.
--BANC: UB342.U5 G38 1970b
--MOFF: UB342.U5 G38 1970
--MAIN: UB342.U5 G38 [another edition]
Gilbert, Marc Jason.
The Vietnam War on Campus: Other Voices, More Distant Drums.Westport: Praeger, 2001. xiv, 268 pp. 288 pp. Three of the papers in the volume deal with high schools.
--Main Stack LA229.V54 2001
Contents: Pro-war and anti-draft: Young Americans for Freedom and the war in Vietnam /John Andrew -- No war, no welfare, and no damn taxation: the student libertarian movement, 1968-1972 / Jonathan Schoenwald -- The refiner's fire: anti-war activism and emerging feminism in the late 1960s / Barbara L. Tischler -- Student-revolt movies of the Vietnam era / Tony Williams -- American schism: Catholic activists, intellectuals, and students confront the Vietnam War / Kenneth J. Heineman -- Moo U and the Cambodian invasion: nonviolent anti-Vietnam War protest at Iowa State University / Clyde Brown and Gayle K. Pluta Brown -- Fighting the war in the heart of the country: anti-war protest at Ball State University / Anthony O. Edmonds and Joel Shrock -- "Hell no--we won't go, y'all": southern student opposition to the Vietnam War / Stephen H. Wheeler -- Healing from the war: building the Berkeley Vietnam Veterans Memorial / Joe McDonald -- Lock and load high: the Vietnam War comes to a Los Angeles secondary school / Marc Jason Gilbert -- When the bell rings: public high schools, the courts, and anti-Vietnam War dissent / Charles Howlett -- Not born to run: the silent boomer classes of '66 / Paul Lyons -- Aftermath: Pennridge High School and the Vietnam War / W.D. Ehrhart.
The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage. Toronto; New York : Bantam Books, 1987.
The Whole World is Watching: Mass Media in the Making and Unmaking of the New Left. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1980. xiii, 327 pp.
The Fourth of May: Killings and Coverups at Kent State. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus, 1990. Revised version published as Four Dead in Ohio: Was there a Conspiracy at Kent State? Laguna Hills, CA: North Ridge Books, 1995. 301 pp.
--MAIN: LD4191.O72 G67 1990
Gottlieb, Sherry Gershon.
Hell No, We Won't Go: Resisting the Draft During the Vietnam War. New York: Viking, 1991. xxvi, 274 pp.
--MAIN: DS559.8.D7 G68 1991
Bringing Down America: an FBI Informer with the Weathermen.New Rochelle, N.Y.: Arlington House, c1976.
--BANC: HX86 .G74 1976;
The Enemy: What Every American Should Know Sbout Imperialism. New York, Vintage Books [1971, c1970]
--MOFF: E840 .G712
--AASL: JC359 .G7; Housed at Ethnic Studies Library.
--CCSL: 4324.6744; Storage Info: B 4 578 921
Vietnam! Vietnam! Palo Alto, CA: Fulton, 1966. 175 pp.
A strongly critical view of the war.
--MAIN: DS557.A5 G72
--MOFF: DS557.A5 G72
Griffiths, Philip Jones.
Vietnam Inc. New York: Collier Books, 1971.
Photojournalism, strongly hostile to the war.
--MAIN: DS557 .G85; Storage Info: C 2 747 388
Gustainis, J. Justin.
American Rhetoric and the Vietnam War. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, c1993.
--MAIN: DS559.8.P65 G87 1993
Northern Passage: American Vietnam War Resisters in Canada.Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001.
--MAIN: DS559.8.D7 H33 2001
Hall, Mitchell K.
Because of their Faith: CALCAV and Religious Opposition to the Vietnam War. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990.
CALCAV was a moderate interfaith group of religious leaders that emerged in the New York area in 1965.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 H33 1990
Peace and Freedom: The Civil Rights and Antiwar Movements of the 1960s. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c2005.
--MAIN: E185.615 .H274 2005
--MOFF: E185.615 .H274 2005
GIs Speak Out against the War: The Case of the Fort Jackson 8.New York: Pathfinder, 1970. 128 pp.
--MAIN: DS557.A68 H3
Out Now! A Participant's Account of the American Movement Against the Vietnam War. New York: Monad Press (distributed by Pathfinder Press), 1978. 759 pp. 2d ed. New York: Pathfinder Press, 1991. ii, 759 pp.
By a member of the Socialist Workers Party.
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Coming Out New York, Pocket Books 
--MAIN: UB342.U5 H38;
Our War: What We did in Vietnam and What it Did to Us. New York: Times Books, 1996. 191 pp.
Reflections, rather than a coherent autobiography, by the man who was elected Stanford University student body president in 1966, became a leader of the anti-war movement, married Joan Baez, and served 20 months in prison for resistance to the draft.
--MAIN: DS558 .H367 1996
--MOFF: DS558 .H367 1996;
Goliath. New York: Sidereal Press, 1970. vi, 135 pp. Introduction by Joan Baez Harris.
Written during Harris' imprisonment for draft resistance.
--MAIN: E839 .H35
The American Crisis in Vietnam. Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1968. 163 pp.
Anti-war statement, said to be well reasoned, by a US Senator.
--MAIN: DS557.A63 H3; Storage Info: B 4 100 011
The Love of Possession is a Disease with Them. Chicago: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972. 134 pp.
--MAIN: DS557.A63 H38 1972a;
--BANC: Ordered for Bancroft
Rebellion and Repression. New York, World Pub. Co. 
--ED-P: E839.8 .H38; Storage Info: B 3 107 491
--MAIN: E839.8 .H38
Reunion: A Memoir. New York: Random House, 1988. By a leading anti-war activist.
--MAIN: F866.4.H39 A3 1988
--MOFF: F866.4.H39 A3 1988
--BANC: F866.4.H39 A31 1988
Trial. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston 
Discussion of the trial of the Chicago 8.
--MAIN: F548.52 .H3
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--BANC: F548.52 .H3 1970
A Vietnamese View of Human Nature. Santa Monica, Calif.: Indochina Peace Campaign, 1974?
--MAIN: DS556.42 .H38 1974; Storage Info: B 4 209 472
Hayes, Thomas Lee
American Deserters in Sweden. New York: Association Press, 1971. 192 pp.
--MAIN: UB342.U5 H39; Storage Info: $B 640 572
Heath, G. Louis, ed.
Vandals in the Bomb Factory : The History and Literature of the Students for a Democratic Society Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1976.
Heineman, Kenneth J.
Campus Wars: The Peace Movement at American State Universities in the Vietnam Era. New York: New York University Press, 1993.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 H45 1993
--MOFF: DS559.62.U6 H45 1993
Heineman, Kenneth J.
Put Your Bodies Upon the Wheels: Student Revolt in the 1960s.Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2001. 251 pp.
Heineman, Kenneth J.
"A Time Of War And A Time Of Peace: The Anti-Vietnam War Movement At Michigan State University, 1965-1970." Peace & Change1989 14(3): 285-323.
"Considers the anti-Vietnam War activism at Michigan State University in the late 1960's, discussing the "radicalizing" of both students and faculty, the movement's development as the war progressed, and the response of the university administration to the protests." [American: History & Life]
Hensley, Thomas R. and Hensley, Terry M.
Kent State and May 4th: A Social Science Perspective. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 2000. 219 pp.
--MAIN: LD4191.O72 H46 2000
Traveling to Vietnam: American Peace Activists and the War.Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1998. xxiii, 256 pp.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 H47 1998
The Autobiography of Abbie Hoffman. New York : Four Walls Eight Windows, 2000.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 H553 2000
Square dancing in the Ice Age. New York: Putnam, c1982.
--MAIN: E169.12 .H632 1982
Run Run Run: The Lives of Abbie Hoffman. New York : Putnam's, c1994.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 H577 1994
Holzer, Henry Mark
Aid and Comfort: Jane Fonda in North Vietnam. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2002. 216 pp.
The authors believe Fonda should have been prosecuted for treason for her actions during her 1972 trip to North Vietnam.
--MAIN: DS559.8.P65 H65 2002
The Turning: A History of Vietnam Veterans Against the War. New York: New York University Press, 1999.
Based on Ph.D. dissertation, "The Turning: Vietnam Veterans Against the War, 1967 to the Present" (Utah, 1997, DA 9806387).
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 H86 1999
Marching Nowhere. New York: Norton, 1971.
Hurwitz was one of the organizers of the 1969 Moratorium.
--MAIN: DS557.A68 H87 1971
Disorderly Conduct. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c1992.
--MAIN: HN59 .J33 1992
--MOFF: HN59 .J33 1992
Weatherman. [Berkeley, Ramparts Press, c1970]
--BANC: HQ799.7 .J3 1970
The Way The Wind Blew: A History Of The Weather UndergroundLondon; New York: Verso, 1997.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 J33 1997
Peace Now! American Society and the Ending of the Vietnam War. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999. ix, 308 pp.
--MAIN: DS558 .J44 1999
--MOFF: DS558 .J44 1999;
Abbie Hoffman, American Rebel. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c1992.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 H58 1992
--MOFF: HN90.R3 H58 1992
A Radical Line: From the Labor Movement to the Weather Underground, One Family's Century Of Conscience New York: Free Press, c2004.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 J66 2004
--MOFF: HN90.R3 J66 2004
Bibliography of Materials in the UC Berkeley Library: K-Z
Kasinsky, Renee G.
Refugees from Militarism: Draft-age Americans in Canada. New Brunswick, NJ: Littlefield and Adams, 1976.
--MAIN: DS559.8.D7 K371; Storage Info: B 3 452 549
--MOFF: DS559.8.D7 K371
Kastenmeier, Robert W.
Vietnam Hearings: Voices from the Grass Roots. New York: Doubleday, 1965. 159 pp.
Hearings held by congressman Kastenmeier in his home district, Madison, Wisconsin, July 1965. Both pro- and anti-war viewpoints.
--Main Stack DS557.A6.V49 This item Shelved at NRLF: B 3 512 362
Push comes to shove; the escalation of student protest. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1970.
--ED-P: LD2150 .K43
--MAIN: LD2150 .K43; Storage Info: $B 112 531
--MOFF: LD2150 .K43
Kennan, George Frost
Democracy and the Student Left. Boston: Little, Brown, 1968.
A statement by Kennan, responses by various people including numerous student radicals, and a long concluding comment by Kennan.
From Slogans to Mantras: Social Protest and Religious Conversion in the Late Vietnam War Era. Syracuse University Press, 2001. 224 pp.
--MAIN: HN59 .K44 2001
King, Martin Luther
Speeches by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., About the War in Vietnam. [New York : Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam, 1969 (Annandale, Va.: Printed by Turnpike Press)]
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 K56 1969
How a Satirical Editor Became a Yippie Conspirator in Ten Easy Years. New York, Putnam 
--BANC: PS3561.R286 H6 1971
All American Boys: Draft Dodgers in Canada From the Vietnam War. Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2001.
--MAIN: UB342.U5 K87 2001
Battleground Chicago: The Police and the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2004.
--MAIN: HV8148.C42 K87 2004
The Writings of Daniel Berrigan. Lanham: University Press of America, c1989.
--MAIN: PS3503.E734 Z77 1989
Chicago Eyewitness. New York, Astor-Honor [c1968]
--MAIN: F548.52 .L2
First-person account of the confrontations at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
Levy, Howard; Miller, David
Going to Jail: The Political Prisoner. New York: Grove Press, 1970.
Levy was an Army doctor who was court-martialled for refusing to train Special Forces troops; Miller burned his draft card.
--MAIN: HV9471 .L45
--BANC: HV9471 .L45 1970
Protest and Survive: Underground GI Newspapers During the Vietnam War. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2003.
--MAIN: DS559.46 .L48 2003
Absurd Convictions, Modest Hopes; Conversations After Prison with Lee Lockwood: Daniel Berrigan and Lee Lockwood. New York, Random House [c1972]
--BANC: BX4705.B3845 L6 1972
Lovin, Hugh T.
"The Lyndon Johnson Administration and the Federal War on Subversion in the 1960s." Presidential Studies Quarterly 1987 17(3): 559-571.
"Government harassment of the old Left and the US Communist Party during the 1950's, as well as problems within the Communist Party itself, led to a decline of concern during the 1960's over the dangers of supposed communist subversion. Additionally, President Lyndon B. Johnson had never expressed an enthusiasm for Communist-bashing, and so drastically relaxed the war on subversion. Even during the era of escalating anti-Vietnam War protests, the Central Intelligence Agency reported that the New Left was free of Communist domination. For this and other political reasons Johnson resolved to ignore the advice of conservatives and to allow the protests to continue as legitimate political expression." [America: History & Life]
Lynd, Staughton; Hayden, Tom.
The Other Side. New York: New American Library, 1966. 238 pp. New York: Signet, 1967. 204 pp.
Lynd and Hayden, both important figures in the relatively small anti-war movement of the time, visited North Vietnam in December 1965 and January 1966.
--MAIN: DS557.A692 L9
Dr. Spock: An American Life New York: Harcourt Brace, c1998.
--MOFF: RJ43.S64 M34 1998Maier, Thomas, 1956-
The Armies of the Night: History As a Novel, the Novel as History.Signet: New American Library, c1968.
--MAIN: PS3525.Ma4152 A84 1968
Miami and the Siege of Chicago: An Informal History of the Republican and Democratic Conventions of 1968. New York: New American Library, 1968. 288 pp.
--MAIN: JK2353 1968 .M34
--MOFF: JK2353 1968 .M34
--BANC: JK2353 1968
They Marched Into Sunlight: War and Peace in Vietnam and America, October 1967. New York: Simon & Schuster, c2003.
This book juxtaposes two incidents: the battle of Ong Thanh, October 17, 1967, in which the 2/28 Infantry (Black Lions) of the 1st Infantry Division had heavy losses in an ambush about 20 km north of Lai Khe, west of Route 13 in the Long Nguyen Secret Zone, and the anti-war demonstration (a protest against on-campus recruiting by the Dow Chemical Corporation) at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, that turned into a riot on October 18, 1967.
--MAIN: DS558 .M35 2003
--MOFF: DS558 .M35 2003
Marshall, John Douglas.
Reconciliation Road: A Family Odyssey of War and Honor.Syracuse University Press, 1993. xiii, 296 pp.
Marshall, a lieutenant, obtained a discharge from the US Army in approximately 1970, as a conscientious objector, in order to avoid service in Vietnam. He had decided the war was wrong. His father, General S.L.A. Marshall, disowned him. (The book also discusses the accusations of dishonest writing that have been made recently against S.L.A. Marshall.
--MOFF: DS559.8.C63 M37 1993
Martin, Michael R.
"Division Within Dissent: Vietnam Veterans Against the War." Mid-America 1996 78(1): 61-74.
"Examines the antiwar group Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), 1967-75. As the VVAW gained wider media attention through demonstrations staged to protest the Vietnam War, membership in the organization grew, peaking at thirty thousand by late 1972. As the VVAW grew, however, new political ideologies entered the movement, causing many local chapters to act autonomously. The VVAW's original focus on ending the war thus gave way to various attempts to address economic and social problems within society, and this factionalism eventually destroyed the movement." [America History & Life]
McGill, William J. (William James)
The Year of the Monkey: Revolt on the Campus, 1968-1969. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1982. xii, 297 pp.
--MAIN: LD729.6.S3 M33 1982
--BANC: LD729.6.S3 M33 1982
Melman, Seymour et. al.
In the Name of America. New York: Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam. Annandale, VA: Turnpike Press, 1968. ix, 421 pp.
Menashe, Louis; Radosh, Ronald, eds.
Teach-ins, U.S.A.; Reports, Opinions, Documents. New York : F. A. Praeger, 1967
--MAIN: LA229 .M4 1967
"Democracy is in the Streets": From Port Huron to the Siege of Chicago. New York: Simon and Schuster, c1987.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 M471 1987
--MOFF: HN90.R3 M47 1987
The Means is the End in Vietnam. White Plains, NY: Murlagan Press, 1968. 124 pp.
--MAIN: DS557.A63 M6; Storage Info: B 3 272 627
From Camelot to Kent State: The Sixties Experience in the Words of Those Who Lived It. New York, N.Y.: Times Books, 1987.
--MAIN: E841 .M67 1987
--MOFF: E841 .M67 1987
Moser, Richard R.
The New Winter Soldiers: GI and Veteran Dissent during the Vietnam Era. Rutgers University Press, 1996.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 M67 1996
Unfriendly Fire: A Mother's Memoir. Iowa City: University of Iowa, c1995.
--MAIN: DS559.5 .M84 1995
--MOFF: DS559.5 .M84 1995
Myers, David, ed.
Toward a History of the New Left: Essays from Within the Movement / edited with an introduction by R. David Myers. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Carlson Pub., 1989.
--Moffitt LA229.T65 1989
Home to War: A History of the Vietnam Veterans' Movement. New York: Crown Publishers, c2001.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 N53 2001
Too Good to be Forgotten: Changing America in the '60s and '70s.New York: Wiley, 1998.
--MAIN: E839.5 .O28 1998
Disarmed and Dangerous: The Radical Lives and Times of Daniel and Philip Berrigan. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, c1998.
--MAIN: BX4705.B3845 P65 1998
--MOFF: BX4705.B3845 P65 1997 [another edition]
When Can I Come Home? A Debate on Amnesty for Exiles, Antiwar Prisoners, and Others. Garden City, NY: Doubleday Anchor, 1972. 267 pp.
--MAIN: UB342.U5 P64
Prados, John; Porter, Margaret Pratt, eds.
Inside the Pentagon Papers. Lawrence, Kan.: University Press of Kansas, c2004.
--MAIN: E183.8.V5.I575 2004
Contents: Creating the Pentagon papers -- Publishing the papers -- Nixon intervenes -- First amendment rights : the papers in court -- What was so secret? -- The impact of the Pentagon papers -- Legal and constitutional issues.
For the Hell of It: The Life and Times of Abbie Hoffman Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. Sympathetic biography of Yippie leader Abbie Hoffman.
The Weather Eye: Communiques from the Weather Underground May 1970-May 1974. San Francisco: Union Square Press, 1974.
--MAIN: HX11.W4 R3 1974; Storage Info: $B 511 219
Rhodes, Joel P.
The Voice of Violence: Performative Violence as Protest in the Vietnam Era. Westport: Praeger, 2001.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 R47 2001
Clean for Gene: Eugene McCarthy's 1968 Presidential Campaign.Westport, CT: Praeger, 1997. 176 pp.
--MOFF: E840.8.M3 R57 1997;
Robbins, Mary Susannah, ed.
Against the Vietnam War: Writings by Activists. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1999.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 A35 1999
Introduction / Mary Susannah Robbins -- [Part one. Beginnings] -- The need to remember / David Harris -- The impossible victory : Vietnam / Howard Zinn -- [Part two. The war at home] -- From Ha ha ha McNamara / Robert Malecki -- My Vietnam / Jane Bond Moore -- Burning illusions : the napalm campaign / H. Bruce Franklin -- The responsibility of intellectuals / Noam Chomsky -- Declaration of independence from the war in Vietnam / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- Why I joined the resistance / Michael Ferber -- A time to say no / Michael Ferber -- Poems / Daniel Berrigan -- Chicago 1968 : street-fightin' man / Carl Oglesby -- From the suburbs to Saigon / Jeff Jones -- Vietnam comes to Lexington : Memorial Day 1971 / Eugenia Kaledin -- "Where are you now, my son?" / Joan Baez -- [Part three. Soldiers against the war] -- What did you do in the class war, Daddy? / James Fallows -- War memorial : staying close to a buddy twenty-five years after his death / George Swiers -- American war crimes and Vietnam veterans / Tod Ensign -- The war against the war / David Cortright -- [Part four. Consequences] -- Consequences of the Vietnam War and government policies of the seventies / Eugene J. McCarthy -- Passing it on : the movement for teaching the Vietnam War in schools / Jerold M. Starr -- Visiting Vietnam / Arlene Ash -- Chicago 1996 : despite corporate media silence many powerful protests / Dave Dellinger -- [Part five. Conclusions] -- What I got out of the war / Jane Sass Collins -- Cherishing vistas, embracing human beings : toward peace and freedom / William Ayers -- Deja vu all over again / Staughton Lynd.
Rorabaugh, W. J.
Berkeley at War: The 1960s. New York : Oxford University Press, 1989.
--MAIN: F869.B5 R671 1989
--MOFFITT: F869.B5 R67 1989
Rosenberg, Milton J.; Verba, Sidney; Converse, Philip E.
Vietnam and the Silent Majority: The Dove's Guide. Foreword by George McGovern, postscript by Ralph K. White. New York: Harper & Row, 1970.
--MAIN: DS557.A68 R6; Storage Info: $D 41 645
Coming Apart: America and the Harvard Riots of 1969: A Memoir.Boston: Little, Brown and Co., c1997.
--MAIN: LD2160 .R65 1997;
Growing Up at Thirty-seven. New York: M. Evans ; Philadelphia: distributed by Lippincott, c1976.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 R88
The Day The Presses Stopped: A History of The Pentagon Papers Case. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, c1996.
--MAIN: KF228.N52 R84 1996
SDS. New York: Random House, 1973. 752 pp.
--ED-P: LB3602.S8363 S24; View current status of this item
Schalk, David L.
War and the Ivory Tower: Algeria and Vietnam. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.
--MAIN: DT295 .S354 1991; MOFF: DT295 .S354 1991;
Telling It Like It Was: The Chicago Riots. [New York] New American Library 
--BANC: \p\ F548.52 .S281 1969
Vietnam: How We Got In, How to Get Out. New York: Atheneum, 1968. New York, Atheneum, 1968.
"Protests against the Vietnam War present a misleading picture of American students and faculty of the late 1960's; protests arose then because of official toleration of nonviolent dissent and the protesters' relative security." [America: History & Life]
No One Was Killed: Documentation and Meditation: Convention Week, Chicago--August 1968. Chicago: Big Table, 1969. 310 pp.
--MAIN: F548.52 .S3
Sheehan, Neil, et al.
The Pentagon Papers as Published by the New York Times. New York, Quadrangle Books, 
--Main Stack E183.8.V5.P42 1971
Steal This Dream: Abbie Hoffman and the Countercultural Revolution in America. New York: Doubleday, 1998.
--MAIN: HN90.R3 S57 1998;
Antiwarriors: The Vietnam War and the Battle for America's Hearts and Minds. Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 2002. 183 pp.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 S639 2002
Covering Dissent: The Media and the Anti-Vietnam War Movement. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1994.
--MAIN: DS559.62.U6 S64 1994
--MOFF: DS559.62.U6 S64 1994
Johnson, Nixon, and the Doves. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, c1988.
--MAIN: DS558 .S571 1988; MOFF: DS558 .S571 1988
Trip to Hanoi. New York: Noonday (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), 1968. 91 pp.
--MAIN: DS557.H3 S6 1969; Storage Info: B 2 844 996
Social Protest Collection, 1943-1982 (bulk 1960-1975).
Gathered by the Social Protest Project primarily on Sproul Plaza for the UC undergraduate library between 1969-1982, the material primarly relates to the Vietnam War and Civil Rights demonstrations although there is significant material on Black Power, political issues, the Women's movement, lesbian and gay rights, Third World issues, the Left and Right, campus labor disputes, and the movement against nuclear power and nuclear weapons. Use of original only by permission of the appropriate curator. Inquiries concerning these materials should be directed, in writing, to the Head of Public Services, The Bancroft Library. Contains leaflets, flyers, posters, publications and ephemera.
--BANC: BANC MSS 86/157 c;
To heal Kent State : a memorial meditation. Philadelphia : Worldview Press, c1990.
--ENVI: LD4191.O72 S67 1990
Winter Soldiers: An Oral History of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War. New York: Twayne, 1997. xiii, 470 pp. ISBN 0-8057-4579-3.
This is presumably very similar to Stacewicz's Ph.D. dissertation of the same title, same year, History, University of Illinois at Chicago. DA 9728557.
--MAIN: DS559.5 .S72 1997
--MOFF: DS559.5 .S72 1997
St. John, Jeffrey.
Countdown to Chaos; Chicago, August, 1968, Turning Point in American Politics. Los Angeles, Nash Pub. Corp., 1969.
--MAIN: F548.52 .S2
Stein, David Lewis.
Living the Revolution; the Yippies in Chicago. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Co. 
--MAIN: F548.52 .S71 1969
Stone, I. F. (Isidor F.)
In a Time of Torment. New York: Random House, 1967. xviii, 463 pp.
--MAIN: E839.4 .S7; MAIN: F839.4 .S7
A collection of articles published between 1961 and 1967 in I.F. Stone's Weekly, which had a very strong influence on the more educated and informed sections of the anti-war movement.
Stone, I. F. (Isidor F.)
Polemics and Prophecies, 1967-1970. New York: Random House, 1970. xiv, 497 pp.
-- MAIN: E839.5 .S8
Surrey, David Sterling
Choice of Conscience: Vietnam Era Military and Draft Resisters in Canada. New York: Praeger, 1982. xi, 207 pp.
--MAIN: DS559.8.D7 .S97
--MOFF: DS559.8.D7 .S97
Women Strike for Peace: Traditional Motherhood and Radical Politics in the 1960s. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993.
--MAIN: JX1965 .S94 1993
--MOFF: JX1965 .S94 1993
Swingrover, E. A. (Elizabeth A.), ed.
The Counterculture Reader. New York: Pearson/Longman, c2004.
--MOFF: E169.02.C656 2004
Nuremberg and Vietnam: An American Tragedy. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1970. 224 pp.
FBI File on the Students for a Democratic Society and the Weatherman Underground Organisation [1962-1977]
--NEWS: MICROFILM.54002; For guide see: United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. FBI file on the Students for a Democratic Society and the Weatherman Underground Organization. LA229.U542 1991 Government Reference.
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Guide to the Microfilm edition of the FBI file on the Students for a Democratic Society and the Weatherman Underground Organisation. Wilmington, Dela.: Scholarly Resources, .
--GREF: LA229 .U542 1991; For microfilm see: United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. FBI file on the Students for a Democratic Society and the Weatherman Underground Organization. MICROFILM 54002 NEWS.
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
FBI file on the Students for a Democratic Society and the Weatherman Underground Organisation [1962-1977].
--NEWS: MICROFILM.54002; For guide see: United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. FBI file on the Students for a Democratic Society and the Weatherman Underground Organization. LA229.U542 1991 Government Reference
United States. General Accounting Office.
The Clemency Program of 1974: Report to the Congress. [Washington : U.S. General Accounting Office], 1977.
--MAIN: KF7225 .A841; Storage Info: C 3 082 025
n 1974, President Ford established a program of partial relief for war resisters. This clemency program was considered a complement to President Ford's pardon of President Nixon, who had resigned from office in lieu of likely removal by Congress. The program covered the following categories of persons: convicted draft violators, convicted military deserters and AWOLs, draft violators who had never been tried, and veterans with less than honorable discharges for absence offenses.
United States. Presidential Clemency Board.
Report to the President. Washington: The Board, 
--MAIN: KF7225 .A86; Storage Info: B 4 177 955
See entry above for description
Conscription, Protest and Social Conflict: The Life and Death of a Draft Resistance Movement. New York: Wiley, 1973. xx, 329 pp.
--MAIN: UB343 .U831
Bringing The War Home: The Weather Underground, The Red Army Faction, and the Revolutionary Violence In the Sixties and Seventies. Berkeley: University of California Press, c2004.
The Winter Soldier Investigation; An Inquiry Into American War Crimes. [Boston] Beacon Press 
--MOFF: DS557.A67 V572
--AASL: E462.99 .V55; Housed at Ethnic Studies Library
Vietnam Veterans Against the War.
Vietnam Veterans Against the War/Winter Soldier Organization, California Nevada Regional records, 1966-1978 (bulk 1972-1974).
--BANC: BANC MSS 81/20 c
The Long Dark Night of the Soul: The American Intellectual Leftand the Vietnam War. New York: Harper & Row, 1974. 249 pp.
--MAIN: DS557.A68 V641 1974
Voices from the Underground: Insiders Histories of the Vietnam Era Underground Press. Pierian Press, 1992.
--MAIN: PN4888.U5 V64 1993
Rights in Conflict; Chicago's 7 Brutal Days. New York, Grosset & Dunlap 
--MAIN: F548.52 .W3 1968e
--MOFF: F548.52 .W3 1968c
--BUSI: F548.52 .W3; Storage Info: $B 334
Weather Underground Organization.
Prairie Fire: The Politics of Revolutionary Anti-imperialism: The Political Statement of the Weather Underground. [San Francisco]: Communications Co., 1974.
--MAIN: HX89 .W41 1974
"A Long March." Wilson Quarterly 1987 11(1): 122-143.
"Examines the successes and failures of the US peace movement from 1945, when the United States dropped atomic bombs in Japan, through 1986, focusing on pacifism during the Cold War, the Vietnam-War-era protests, and the antinuclear movement of the 1980's." [America: History & Life]
The War Within: America's Battle over Vietnam. With a foreword by Todd Gitlin. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994. xviii, 706 pp.
--MAIN: DS559.6 .W45 1994
--MOFF: DS559.6 .W45 1994
Presidents and Protesters: Political Rhetoric in the 1960sTuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, c1990.
--MAIN: E841 .W55 1990
--MOFF: E84 .W55 1990; BANC: E841 .W551
Woods, Randall B., ed.
Vietnam and the American Political Tradition: The Politics of Dissent. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 324 pp.