I Ain't Marchin' Anymore. Dotson Rader.
I Ain't Marchin' Anymore

I Ain't Marchin' Anymore

New York, NY: Paperback Library, 1969. First Printing. Softcover. "In 1962 seventy-five student leaders were invited by the Student League for Industrial Democracy to form the first national convention of a new student organization: Students For a Democratic Society (SDS). The delegates met for a week at a labor-owned camp in Port Huron, Michigan, and produced a statement whose first and final drafts were written by a former University of Michigan "Daily" editor turned activist, Tom Hayden. The Port Huron Statement, as it was called, established the ideological basis for SDS and became a basic document of the New Left." Dotson Rader's first book and the one which established the reputation he subsequently built upon, "I Ain't Marchin' Anymore" explores the founding of the SDS in 1962, his involvement with SDS and other critical countercultural/political organizations, and the evolution of his own belief systems and prescriptions for redemption as real-life experience molded his activist aims. Book in very fine condition with only horizontal crease running down length of spine from reading use; slight rubbing to front, back covers at corners; slight shelf-wear throughout. Very Fine. [Item #3064]

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