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American History Research Guide: Protest and Social Movements (see also Civil Rights)

Protest and Social Movements

The ABC-CLIO Companion to the American Peace Movement in the Twentieth Century
Douglass Stacks: JX1961.U6L83 1994
Alexander Reference: JX1961.U6L83 1994

The ABC-CLIO Companion to the Civil Rights Movement
Alexander Reference: E185.61.G895 1993

American Community Organizations: A Historical Dictionary
Alexander and Camden Reference: HN90.C6A69 1986
Carr Stacks: HN90.C6A69 1986

The American Radical Press, 1880-1960 (2 vols.)
Alexander Reference: HX1.A49
Camden Stacks: HX1.A49
Dana (Newark) Reference: HX1.A49
Douglass Stacks: HX1.A49
Carr Stacks and Reference: HX1.A49

American Settlement Houses and Progressive Social Reform: An Encyclopedia of the American Settlement Movement
Alexander Reference: HV4194.B37 1999
Camden Reference: HV4194.B37 1999

American Women Civil Rights Activists: Biobibliographies of 68 Leaders, 1825-1992
Camden Stacks: JC599.U5H273 1993
Carr Reference: JC599.U5H273 1993

The Anti-Abortion Movement: References and Resources
Douglass Reference: HQ767.5.U5B53 1996

Encyclopedia of American Social Movements (4 vols.)
Douglass and SMLR Reference: HN57.E594 2004

The Encyclopedia of Civil Rights in America (3 vols.)
Alexander, Douglass, and Carr Reference: E185.61.E544 1998

The Greenwood Encyclopedia of African American Civil Rights: From Emancipation to the Twenty-first Century (2 vols.)
Alexander and Camden Reference: E185.61.E54 2003

Human Rights in the United States: A Dictionary and Documents (2 vols.)
Alexander Reference: KF4747.5.C37 2000

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