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AMS 370: Society, Culture, and Politics in the 1960s / Mickenberg

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Digitized Primary Sources

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For more UT archival sources, make an in-person visit to the Briscoe Center (here on campus), the official archive of UT.

Newspapers can also be primary/documentary sources, so also visit the News Sources tab to find historical newspapers including the Daily Texan, Austin American-Statesman, The Rag and others.

To find more 1960s U.S. primary sources, see this comprehensive list of databases on the U.S. History library guide:

National Newspapers
Conservative Newspapers

Civil Rights and Black Power

SDS/Student Movements


Chicano Movement

Asian American Movement

American Indian Movement

Women's Liberation


  • Digital Archive of the Fluxus movement (1960s worldwide avant garde art movement)

Conservative Movement/Backlash

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