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This collection is divided into two sections. Radical Pamphlets, consists of pamphlets on broad topics such as labor, communism, ecology, poverty, racism and women’s rights. The second series is the Peace Movement and consists of pamphlets, papers, newspaper clippings and correspondence dealing with the Vietnam Conflict and Peace Movement in the United States compiled by David Mozes, a friend of Scott, Nancy and Jim Scott, and Michael J. Hobor, Class of 1969.
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Women's Rights, Poverty, Radical, Vietnam War, Peace Movement, Protest, Communism, Racism
Cultural History | History | Intellectual History | Labor History | Political History | Public History | Social History | United States History | Women's History
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Ameduri, Christine M., "MS-036: Radical Pamphlets, 1965 – 1975" (April 2002). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.
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