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Which Side Are You On?

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Creator:Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.) Ignatin, Noel
Creator:University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division.
Title:Which Side Are You On?
Date:1968
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Alternative Title: New Left Notes Quote: "U.S. HISTORY IN PERSPECTIVE The capitalist system of the U.U., and indeed of the entire western 'civilized world', arose out of the extermination of the Indians and the enslavement of Africans... THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT The fuling classes of the new republic were eager to cut themselves in for a greater share of the bloodstained loot derived from West Indian slavery... The founding fathers held differing views on the slavery questiongenerally speaking it had not matured to the point where it demanded resolving... LABOR STRUGGLES BLOODY Following the war and the bloody labor struggles in steel, meat-packing, and mining, which were met by military suppression and wholesale deportation of foreign-born workers, and following the rapid rise and decline of the Garvey movement among black people, U.S. capitalism entered on a period of partial and temporary stabilization."

Types:Pamphlets | StillImage | Text
Subjects:Protest movements--United States | Human rights--United States | Labor movement--United States | United States, Washignton, King County, Seattle, 47.6062095, -122.3320708
Collection:Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection
Institution:University of Washington's Libraries
Contributors:University of Washington. Libraries. Special Collections Division
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Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection

Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.)

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