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Lynd, Staughton (Craig)

LYND, Staughton (Craig)

LYND, Staughton (Craig). American, b. 1929. Genres: History, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Writer, activist, and attorney; admitted to the Bar of the State of Ohio, 1976. University Settlement House, New York City, tenant organizer and community worker, 1957-58; Spelman College, Atlanta, GA, history instructor, 1961-64; Yale University, New Haven, CT, assistant professor of history, 1964-67; Chicago State College, Chicago, IL, associate professor of history, 1967-68; attorney in Youngstown, OH, 1976-78; Legal Services Corp., Youngstown, attorney, 1978-96. Head of Council of Federated Organizations' Freedom Schools in Mississippi, 1964. Publications: NONFICTION: Anti-Federalism in Dutchess County, New York: A Study of Democracy and Class Conflict in the Revolutionary Era, 1962; Class Conflict, Slavery, and the United States Constitution (essays), 1966; (ed.) Nonviolence in America: A Documentary History, 1966, rev. ed. (co-ed. with A. Lynd) 1995; (with T. Hayden) The Other Side, 1967; Intellectual Origins of American Radicalism, 1968; (with M. Ferber) The Resistance, 1971; (ed.) Personal Histories of the Early C.I.O., 1973; (with G. Alperovitz) Strategy and Program: Two Essays towards a New American Socialism, 1973; (ed.) American Labor Radicalism: Testimonies and Interpretations, 1973; (ed. with A. Lynd) Rank and File: Personal Histories by Working-Class Organizers, 1973; Labor Law for the Rank and Filer, 1978, rev. ed. 1993; The Fight against Shutdowns: Youngstown's Steel Mill Closings, 1982; (ed. with S. Bahour and A. Lynd) Homeland: Oral Histories of Palestine and Palestinians, 1994; (ed.) "We Are All Leaders": The Alternative Unionism of the Early 1930s, 1996; Living inside Our Hope; A Steadfast Radical's Thoughts on Rebuilding the Movement, 1997. Address: 1694 Timbers Court, Niles, OH 44446, U.S.A.

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