David Dellinger (1916-2004)
Brief Bio. Wikipedia.
Dave Dellinger: The Life of a Nonviolent Warrior. Greg Guma, ZNet (5/26/04).
Goodbye David Dellinger: He Was a Friend of Ours. Ron Jacobs, CounterPunch (5/26/04).
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Liberation Magazine. Edited by Dellinger, 1955-76; some indication of contents here.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Albert, Michael & David Dellinger (eds.) Beyond Survival.. (Boston: South End,1983).
Berman, Paul. A Tale of Two Utopias: The Political Journey of the Generation of 1968 (NY: Norton, 1996).
Dellinger, David T. America's Lost Plantation (NY : Liberation, 1961).
__________. The New Nonviolence (Nashville,Tenn.,: Southern Student Organizing, 1966)
__________. The Conspiracy Trial (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1970)
__________. Revolutionary Nonviolence: Essays by David Dellinger (NY: Anchor, 1971).
__________. More Power than We Know: The People's Movement Toward Democracy (Garden City, NY: Anchor, 1975).
__________. Vietnam Revisited (Boston: South End, 1986).
__________. From Yale to Jail : The Life Story of a Moral Dissenter (NY : Pantheon, 1993).
Gregg, Richard. The Power of Nonviolence (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1935). Account of years of work with Gandhi which, along with Tolstoy, was influential in forging Dellinger's pacifism.
In the Library: Fiction
Mailer, Norman. The Armies of the Night: History as a Novel, the Novel as History (NY: Plume, 1994). Anti-war demonstrations of 1967, in which Dellinger played a large role..
In the Library: For Young Readers
In the Library: Poetry
In the Library: Drama
In the Library: Photography
David Dellinger at 1965 rally, [video clip], The Good War: And Those Who Refused to Fight It