Introduction ``You Didn't Have to Be There'': Revisiting the New Left Consensus
PART I Local Studies, Local Stories
``It Seemed a Very Local Affair'': The Student Movement at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Between Despair and Hope: Revisiting Studies on the Left
Building the New South: The Southern Student Organizing Committee
Gregg L. Michel
The Black Freedom Struggle and White Resistance: A Case Study of the Civil Rights Movement in Cambridge, Maryland
Peter B. Levy
Organizing from the Bottom Up: Lillian Craig, Dovie Thurman, and the Politics of ERAP
Death City Radicals: The Counterculture in Los Angeles
PART II Reconsiderations
How New Was the New Left?
Strategy and Democracy in the New Left
The ``Point of Ultimate Indignity'' or a ``Beloved Community''? The Draft Resistance Movement and Gender Dynamics
Michael S. Foley
Losing Our Kids: Queer Perspectives on the Chicago Seven Conspiracy Trial
Between Revolution 9 and Thesis 11: Or, Will We Learn (Again) to Start Worrying and Change the World?
Letting Go: Revisiting the New Left's Demise
Afterword How Sweet It Wasn't: The Scholars and the CIA
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