1968: The Global Revolutions

The Student Movement: “Can You Remain Silent?” > Caw!

By the late 1960s, SDS had transformed from a small, idealistic group of college intellectuals, to a mass organization directly involved in large-scale demonstrations, as well as a broad array of local and national actions and efforts. Caw!, the organization’s literary magazine, featured writings by Marge Piercy, Bertolt Brecht, and Pablo Neruda, and was representative of the countercultural and artistic leanings of SDS members.

Students for a Democratic Society
Caw!, 1968
Annie Stein papers

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