Discontinued American peace movements and peace groups
Abandonnées mouvement de la paix américain et des groupes pacifistes.
Suspendió el movimiento pacifista estadounidense y grupos de paz.
Aufgegebene amerikanischen Friedensbewegung und Friedensgruppen.
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Burns, Grant: "A dream unfolding": A guide to selected journals,
magazines, and newsletters on peace, disarmament, and arms control,
Edwin E. Moise: Vietnam War Bibliography:Congressional Committee Documentation: The Anti-War Movement.
Terp, Holger: Peace in Print
Wisconsin in the Vietnam War: A Bibliography, compiled by Abigail Miller
- Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center, 2005 - 12 pp.
Terp, Holger: Goliath vs David, 2010.
American peace directory, US Institute for Defense and
Disarmament Studies. Ballinger, 1984
American Peace Directory. Institute for Peace and Disarmament Studies, Cambridge, MA, 1984
Glenn of Providence: A peace Directory, 1970
Grassroots Peace Directory, 1988
Grassroots peace directory: SANE-FREEZE inventory, 1987
Personnel Security Clearance Designation of Organizations in Connection With the Federal Employee Security Program. Departments of the Army and the Air Force. - Washington, D.C., 14 December 1966.
Susan J. McGuire: Iowa Peace Directory 1984, United Nations Association of Iowa, 1984
L.A. peace directory: a guide to peace groups in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, 1984
North American Peace Directory
The Music and Protest of the Vietnam War.
Alternative Information Network: A conversation with Dr. Spock, 1982.
Fox Butterfield: Professional groups flocking to antinuclear drive. The New York Times, March 27, 1982.
Supplementary Detailed Staff Reports on Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans Book III. Final Report of the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities United States Senate April 23 (under authority of the order of April 14), 1976.
Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights, Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate: Army Surveillance of Civilians: A Documentary Analysis. 1972, 92d Congress, 2d session, 1972.
Nassau Prosecutor Says Peace Sign Violates NY Law, Threatens Arrest. In: Civil Liberties, no 267, 1970 p. 8.
Book of the fourth American peace congress : St. Louis, May 1, 2, 3, 1913.
Hickok, Laurens P., Rev.: An Address before the Connecticut Peace Society; delivered at their second anniversary...
Sunday evening, May 5, 1833... - Hartford: Printed by Philemon Canfield, 1833, 40pp.
Constitution of the Connecticut peace society. [n. p. 1831].
Great Speckled Bird - Underground Magazine
The Great Speckled Bird was one of several underground newspapers that appeared in the United States in the 1960s. Published in Atlanta from 1968 to 1976, The Bird, as it was commonly known, stood out among the alternative press for the quality of its writing, its cover art and its fearless opinions and reporting on a range of topics—national and local politics, the counterculture, women’s issues, gay liberation, reproductive choice, music, art…The Bird was a new, radical voice from the South.
Great Speckled Memories: Back when The Bird Really Was the Word (UPDATE 1) . / : Jonathan springston. Atlanta Progressive News, May 9, 2006.
- http://atlantaprogressivenews.com/2006/05/09/great-speckled-memories-back-when-the-bird-really-was- the-word-update-1/
'The Bird had a habit of criticizing the local establishment, be it the police who harassed local hippies and Bird vendors, real estate developers, or City Hall, especially then-Mayor of Atlanta Sam Massell.
The 1972 Office Firebombing
In May 1972, an unknown assailant(s) firebombed The Bird office at 240 Westminster Drive in the middle of the night. Most of the house was destroyed along with back issues of the paper and other artifacts. A police report was filed but no arrest was ever made in connection with the crime. Most Atlanta residents denounced the attack.'