Freedom of speech -- United States -- History.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents "Crush Fascism in Spain. Friends of the Debs Column supporting Eugene Victor Debs Column." 2 sheets of unused letterhead.
Scope and Contents "Model statement in defense of the philosopher's personal freedom, as proposed to the American P.E.N. Club by San Francisco Bay Area poets, essayists, and novelist." Original statement signed by Allen Ginsberg; approved by Herb Gold, Michael McClure, Philp Whalen, Diane Di Prima, Ted Berrigan, Riobert Creeley, and Lawrencew Ferlinghetti.
Scope and Contents "Model Statement in Defense of the Philosopher's Personal Freedom Proposed by San Francisco Bay Area Prose Poets' Phalanx." Poets, essayists and novelists represented: Ken Kesey, Lawrewnce Ferlinghetti, Michael McClure, Robert Creeley, Allen Ginsberg, Howard Becker, Lenore Kandel, Anais Nin, Alan Watts, Kenneth Rexroth, Diane di Prima, Philip Lamantia, Don Allen, Bill Berkson, Tom Veitch, Ted Berrigan, Margo Patterson Doss, Johbn Doss M.D., Lewis MacAdams, Gavin Arthur Paul Krassner, Michael...
Dates: Publication: Undated
Scope and Contents "Do You Want to be Told: Think 'Right' or Starve!" Statement of the National Board of the Communist Party, USA. Includes cut-and-mail portion for more information.
Dates: Publication: 1944-06
Scope and Contents "Free the 18 leaders of Minneapolis Truckdrivers Local 544-CIO and the Socialist Workers Party now behind prison bars, sentenced under the anti-labor Smith 'gag' Act." Announcement flyer for a radio address, "Free Speech and Labor's Rights" presented by James T. Farrell on WEVD-Radio.
Scope and Contents This archive, and its accompanying library, were acquired by Guy Logsdon, then Library Director, in 1977. It is ascribed to Harold Leventhal, who was a folk music manager, handling such musicians as the Weavers, Woody Guthrie, Peter, Paul and Mary and Joan Baez. This archive includes an selection of correspondence of the noted activist Ammon Hennacy as well as biographical materials.
Dates: 1885 - 1978; Majority of material found within 1902 - 1975
Scope and Contents "One of the most notorioous propagandists for the lovers of Stalin is Langston Hughes, a Negro poet. This Negro moves in the circles of the high-toned (?) whites...." Brochure promoting subscriptions to The Cross and the Flag, a monthly magazine edited by Gerald L.K. Smith.