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Series V. Literature, 1966-1990

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains an array of leftist, socialist, activist, radical and counterculture literature that Rabinowitz collected throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Materials are organized alphabetically and include newsletters, papers, and journals created both independently and by organizations like the Radical Education Project.


Box 8
Folder 1 Against the Grain, No. 1 1976
Folder 2 The American Labor Movement Today: a collection of facts and analyses, 1969
Folder 3 The American Working Class in Transition By: Kim Moody, undated
Folder 4 Akwesasne Notes, Late Spring 1974
Folder 5 Automation and the Abolition of the Market By: Edward J. Nell, 1967
Folder 6 The Bill of Rights Journal, Winter 1988
Folder 7 Black Workers in Revolt By: Robert Dudnick, 1969
Folder 8 Bread and Roses, By: Kathy McAfee and Myrna Wood, 1969
Folder 9 Breaking The Ice Vol. 1 No. 1, 3, and 6, 1973-1974
Folder 10 Buffalo Labor: A History of Militant Struggle, undated
Folder 11 The Contradiction of Advanced Capitalist Society and Its Resolution By: Martin Nicolaus, undated
Folder 12 Cops are Hired to Enforce the Laws, undated
Folder 13 Crisis, Vol. 1 No. 11 and 19, 1971-1972
Folder 14 Dayton Women Working, Vol. 2 No. 7, 1978
Folder 15 The Decline of American Radicalism in the Twentieth Century By: Gabriel Kolko, undated
Folder 16 The Demand for Black Labor By: Harold M. Baron 1971
Folder 17 Distribution Newsletter No. 2, 1971
Folder 18 Eight Months at Essex By: Kim Moody and Elissa Clarke, undated
Folder 19 El Grito Del Norte, Vol. 6 No. 4, 1973
Folder 20 El Malcriado, 1966-1967
Folder 21 Erie Free Press, Vol. 1 No. 3,9,12, 1974-1975
Folder 22 Excerpts from a New Songbook, undated
Folder 23 Free West Indian, Vol. 1 No. 50 and Vol. 2 No. 2,10,11,14, 1980-1981
Folder 24 From the Horses Mouth, Vol. 4 No. 5, 1978
Folder 25 Grass Roots, Vol. 3 No. 2, 1974
Folder 26 The Green Mountain Quarterly, No. 1 and 3, 1975-1976
Folder 27 The Grove Street Grapevine, May 1974
Folder 28 Health Rights News, Vol. 8 No. 1, 1975
Folder 29 How Harvard Rules, undated
Folder 30 How to Counterfeit Credit Cards and Get Away with it, undated
Folder 31 I am Furious (Female), undated
Folder 32 Just Economics, 1973-1975
Folder 33 Labor and the South By: Robert Analavage, 1968
Folder 34 Labor History Calendar, 1976
Folder 35 Labor Notes, No. 130 and 132, 1990
Folder 36 Metropolis and Movement Life By: Evan Stark, undated
Folder 37 A New Era of Labor Revolt By: Stanley Weir 1968
Folder 38 New Patriot, Vol.1 No. 1, 1978
Folder 39 New Unity, Vol. 1 No. 1 and 8, 1972
Folder 40 New University Conference Crisis Paper, 1970
Folder 41 New York Workers' News and Perspective, No. 1, 1976
Folder 42 Notes from the First Year: New York Radical Women, 1968
Folder 43 Notes on Left Propaganda/How to Spread the Word, undated
Folder 44 On Campus in Amerika, 1970
Folder 45 The Organizer, Vol.4 No. 5, 1978
Folder 46 Party and Class, 1975
Folder 47 Perspectives for Radicals By: Stanley Aronowitz, 1968
Folder 48 The Politics of Housework By: Pat Mainardi, undated
Folder 49 Poor White Women By: Roxanne Dunbar, undated
Folder 50 Power in American Society By: Jim Jacobs, undated
Folder 51 Quantum, September, 1972
Folder 52 The Realist Presents: The Last Supplement, March 1971
Folder 53 RECON, Vol. 1 No. 7, 1976
Folder 54 The Red Papers, No. 2-3, 1969-1970
Folder 55 Resist, January, April and June, 1978
Folder 56 Roadblock to Revolution: A Radical Critique of the Progressive Labor Party, By: Edward Greer and Charles Lengram, 1969
Folder 57 Self Reliance, No. 10, 1977
Folder 58 Sex Roles and Female Oppression By: Dana Densmore, undated
Folder 59 Socialist Feminism: A Strategy for the Women's Movement, 1975
Folder 60 Socialist Platform, 1960
Folder 61 South of the River, Vol. 1 No. 6, 1973
Folder 62 The Stages of Economic Stagnation By: John H. Coatsworth, undated
Folder 63 Studies on the Left, No. 1 Vol. 3, 1960
Folder 64 The Subversion of Collective Bargaining By: Daniel Bell, 1960
Folder 65 To Build a Union By: Harry Anderson, 1961
Folder 66 Toward a Female Liberation Movement By: Beverly Jones and Judith Brown, undated
Folder 67 Tricontinental No. 16, 1970
Folder 68 United Labor Action, Vol. 4 No. 4, 1974
Folder 69 The United Express, Vol. 1 No. 4, 1966
Folder 70 US Imperialism By: David Gilbert and David Loud, 1968
Folder 71 The Utah Coordinator, Vol. 1 No. 3 and Vol. 2 No. 4-5, 1967-1968
Folder 72 Who Rules Somerville, 1973
Folder 73 Why We Strike, undated
Folder 74 The Wisconsin Patriot, Vol. 6 No. 4, 1976
Folder 75 Women: A Journal of Liberation, Vol. 1 No. 4, Vol 2 No. 3-4 and Vol. 3 No. 1, 1970-1972
Folder 76 Womankind, Vol. 3 No. 3, 1973
Folder 77 Women Organizing, No.9, 1982
Folder 78 Women Workers: Some Basic Statistics By: Lisa Vogel, 1971
Folder 79 The Working People's Voice, Vol.1 No. 2B, 1972
Folder 80 Working Women's Resource and Buying Guide to Greater Pittsburgh, 1982
Folder 81 Yellow Fever, A Newsletter Written by Pittsburgh Cab Drivers, undated
Folder 82 Young Minds Die Easy: A Case for Community Control, 1969

Section: Oversize Literature, 1970-1976

Scope and Content Notes:

This specific section consists of the oversize journals, GROK and the Pittsburgh Fair Witness, as well as the Pittsburgh and Wisconsin People's History Calendars. The materials are organized alphabetically. GROK started publication in the 1970s, publishing nine monthly issues before the title was changed to the Pittsburgh Fair Witness. Rabinowitz wrote for and distributed the Pittsburgh Fair Witness. The following editorial published in 1972 provides the papers statement of purpose:

"The Fair Witness is published by a non-profit collective and is dedicated to the worldwide movement of people to control themselves—the movement to break down the authoritarian systems of government that are denying us our basic freedoms, that are responsible for needless genocidal wars, the perpetration of minority discrimination, the pollution of our environment and our bodies, the high concentration of power among the wealthy classes, exploitation of the individual, etc. The paper is dedicated to the struggle of all peoples to gain back the right to their own lives, the struggle to raise the consciousness of the world as a whole, the struggle to become independently productive through a working knowledge of the tools at our disposal. As a local paper our most important function concerns the movement here in western Pennsylvania."

Rabinowitz helped create the Pittsburgh People's History Calendar which was produced by NAM's People's History Project. Records concerning the creation of the calendar can be found in the NAM series and "projects" subseries.


Oversize 9
Folder 1 GROK Vol. 1 No. 3-9 (missing No. 7), 1970
Folder 2 The Pittsburgh Fair Witness Vol. 1 No. 10-11, 1970
Folder 3 The Pittsburgh Fair Witness Vol. 2 No. 1-7 (missing No.2), 1971
Folder 4 The Pittsburgh Fair Witness Vol. 2 No. 10-14, 1971-1972
Folder 5 The Pittsburgh Fair Witness Vol. 3 No. 2-8 (missing No. 7), 1972
Folder 6 The Pittsburgh Fair Witness Vol. 3 No. 11-16, 1972
Folder 7 The Pittsburgh Fair Witness Vol. 3 No. 17-20 and Vol. 4 No. 4-5, 1972-1973
Folder 8 Pittsburgh People's History Calendar, 1975
Folder 9 Wisconsin People's History Calendar, 1976