(see also American Radicalism & Trade Unionism)
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Lynd, Staughton. "Blue-collar organizing: a report on CEOHC," Working Papers for a New Society 1,1 (spr 1973):28-32. Workers in Chicago-Gary area focusing on environmental & safety issues.
__________. "No supervision without representation!" Working Papers for a New Society 2,2 (sum 74): 16-23.
Slaughter, Jane. "Staughton Lynd [interview]," Progressive (2/94):33-36.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Gary, Indiana Writers' Workshop & Staughton Lynd. Two Steel Contracts (Boston, 1971).
Lynd, Staughton. Anti-Federalism in Dutchess County, NY: a Study of Democracy & Class Conflict in the Revolutionary Era (Chicago: Loyola U., 1962).
__________. The New Radicals & "Participatory Democracy" (Chicago: Students for a Democratic Society, 1965).
__________. Nonviolence in America: A Documentary History (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966).
__________. Jefferson & Radicalism (Nashville TN: Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1967).
__________ & Thomas Hayden. The Other Side (NY: New American Linrary, 1967).
__________. Intellectual Origins of American Radicalism (NY: Pantheon, 1968).
__________. Intellectuals, the University, & the Movement (Boston: New England Free Press, 1968).
__________ (eds.) American Labor Radicalism: Testimonies & Interpretations (NY: Wiley, 1973).
__________ & Gar Alperovitz. Strategy & Program: Two Essays Toward a New American Socialism (Boston: Beacon, 1973).
__________; Noel Ignatin & Ken Lawrence. Fighting Racism: An Exchange (Chicago: Sojourner Truth Organization, 1975).
__________. Class Conflict, Slavery & the US Constitution: Ten Essays (Westport CT: Greenwood, 1980).
__________. Labor Law for the Rank & Filer (San Pedro CA: Skipjack, 1982).
__________. The Fight Against Shutdowns: Youngstown's Steel Mill Closings (San Pedro CA: Skipjack, 1982).
__________. Solidarity Unionism: Rebuilding the Labor Movement from Below (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr, 1992).
__________ (ed.) "We Are All Leaders": The Alternative Unionism of the Early 1930s (Urbana: U. of Illinois, 1996).
__________ & Alice Lynd. Liberation Theology for Quakers (Wallingford PA: Pendle Hill, 1996).
__________. Living Inside Our Hope: A Steadfast Radical's Thoughts on Rebuilding the Movement (Ithaca NY: ILR, 1997).
__________. Labor History, Oral History, & May 4 (Kent OH: Kent State U., 1999).
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"Union Maids" , dir. James Klein, Julia Reichert & Miles Mogulescu, ?m.