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Author Milk, Harvey.
Title An archive of hope : Harvey Milk's speeches and writings / Harvey Milk ; edited by Jason Edward Black and Charles E. Morris III.
Publisher Berkeley : University of California Press, [2013]



Descript 1 online resource (xxiii, 256 pages)
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Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Foreword: "Harvey"; Introduction: Harvey Milk's Political Archive and Archival Politics; Part One: Milk and the Culture of Populism; 1: "Interview with Harvey Milk"; 2: "Address to the San Francisco Chapter of the National Women's Political Caucus"; 3: "Address to the Joint International Longshoremen & Warehousemen's Union of San Francisco and to the Lafayette Club"; 4: "An Open Letter to the Mayor of San Francisco"; 5: "MUNI/Parking Garage"; 6: "Alfred Seniora"; 7: "Who Really Represents You"; 8: "Milk Note."
9: "Anyone Can Be a Movie Critic: How Not to Find Leadership"10: "Letter to the City of San Francisco Hall of Justice on Police Brutality"; 11: "Where I Stand"; 12: "Where there is no Victim, there is no Crime"; 13: "Political Power"; 14: "Letter to the San Francisco Chronicle about Anti-Gay Editorials"; 15: "Library or Performing Arts Center"; Part Two: The Grassroots Activist Becomes "The Mayor of Castro Street"; 16: "Au Contraire ... PCR Needed"; 17: "Harvey Milk for Supervisor"; 18: "Statement of Harvey Milk, Candidate for the 16th Assembly District"; 19: "Reactionary Beer."
20: "Nixon's Revenge- The Republicans and their Supreme Court"21: "My Concept as a Legislator"; 22: "Uncertainty of Carter or the Certainty of Ford"; 23: "A Nation Finally Talks About ... It"; 24: "Gay Economic Power"; 25: "You've got to Have Hope"; Part Three: Supervisor Milk Speaks; 26: "Harvey Speaks out"; 27: "A City of Neighborhoods: First Major Address I and II"; 28: "The Word is Out"; 29: "Letter to 'Abe' on Domestic Politics"; 30: "Letter to Council Members re Judging People by Myths."
31: "Resolution Requiring State Department to Close the South African Consulate" and "Closing the Consulate"32: "Letter to President Jimmy Carter"; 33: "Untitled (on Gay Caucus and Gay Power)"; 34: "California Gay Caucus"; Part Four: Milk and the Politics of Gay Rights; 35: "Keynote Speech at Gay Conference 5"; 36: "Gay Rights"; 37: "Gay Freedom Day Speech"; 38: "To Beat Briggs"; 39: "I Have High Hopes Address"; 40: "Harvey Milk vs. John Briggs"; 41: "The Positive or the Negative"; 42: "Statement on Briggs/Bigotry"; 43: "Overall Needs of the City"; 44: "Ballot Argument against Proposition 6."
Part Five: Harvey's Last Words45: "Political Will"; Document List; Editor Biographies.
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ISBN 0520955021 (e-book)
9780520955028 (e-book)
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Author Milk, Harvey.
Subject San Francisco (Calif.) -- Politics and government -- 20th century -- Sources.
Alt author Black, Jason Edward.
Morris, Charles E., 1969-
Descript 1 online resource (xxiii, 256 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Foreword: "Harvey"; Introduction: Harvey Milk's Political Archive and Archival Politics; Part One: Milk and the Culture of Populism; 1: "Interview with Harvey Milk"; 2: "Address to the San Francisco Chapter of the National Women's Political Caucus"; 3: "Address to the Joint International Longshoremen & Warehousemen's Union of San Francisco and to the Lafayette Club"; 4: "An Open Letter to the Mayor of San Francisco"; 5: "MUNI/Parking Garage"; 6: "Alfred Seniora"; 7: "Who Really Represents You"; 8: "Milk Note."
9: "Anyone Can Be a Movie Critic: How Not to Find Leadership"10: "Letter to the City of San Francisco Hall of Justice on Police Brutality"; 11: "Where I Stand"; 12: "Where there is no Victim, there is no Crime"; 13: "Political Power"; 14: "Letter to the San Francisco Chronicle about Anti-Gay Editorials"; 15: "Library or Performing Arts Center"; Part Two: The Grassroots Activist Becomes "The Mayor of Castro Street"; 16: "Au Contraire ... PCR Needed"; 17: "Harvey Milk for Supervisor"; 18: "Statement of Harvey Milk, Candidate for the 16th Assembly District"; 19: "Reactionary Beer."
20: "Nixon's Revenge- The Republicans and their Supreme Court"21: "My Concept as a Legislator"; 22: "Uncertainty of Carter or the Certainty of Ford"; 23: "A Nation Finally Talks About ... It"; 24: "Gay Economic Power"; 25: "You've got to Have Hope"; Part Three: Supervisor Milk Speaks; 26: "Harvey Speaks out"; 27: "A City of Neighborhoods: First Major Address I and II"; 28: "The Word is Out"; 29: "Letter to 'Abe' on Domestic Politics"; 30: "Letter to Council Members re Judging People by Myths."
31: "Resolution Requiring State Department to Close the South African Consulate" and "Closing the Consulate"32: "Letter to President Jimmy Carter"; 33: "Untitled (on Gay Caucus and Gay Power)"; 34: "California Gay Caucus"; Part Four: Milk and the Politics of Gay Rights; 35: "Keynote Speech at Gay Conference 5"; 36: "Gay Rights"; 37: "Gay Freedom Day Speech"; 38: "To Beat Briggs"; 39: "I Have High Hopes Address"; 40: "Harvey Milk vs. John Briggs"; 41: "The Positive or the Negative"; 42: "Statement on Briggs/Bigotry"; 43: "Overall Needs of the City"; 44: "Ballot Argument against Proposition 6."
Part Five: Harvey's Last Words45: "Political Will"; Document List; Editor Biographies.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 0520955021 (e-book)
9780520955028 (e-book)
Author Milk, Harvey.
Subject San Francisco (Calif.) -- Politics and government -- 20th century -- Sources.
Alt author Black, Jason Edward.
Morris, Charles E., 1969-

Subject San Francisco (Calif.) -- Politics and government -- 20th century -- Sources.
Descript 1 online resource (xxiii, 256 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Foreword: "Harvey"; Introduction: Harvey Milk's Political Archive and Archival Politics; Part One: Milk and the Culture of Populism; 1: "Interview with Harvey Milk"; 2: "Address to the San Francisco Chapter of the National Women's Political Caucus"; 3: "Address to the Joint International Longshoremen & Warehousemen's Union of San Francisco and to the Lafayette Club"; 4: "An Open Letter to the Mayor of San Francisco"; 5: "MUNI/Parking Garage"; 6: "Alfred Seniora"; 7: "Who Really Represents You"; 8: "Milk Note."
9: "Anyone Can Be a Movie Critic: How Not to Find Leadership"10: "Letter to the City of San Francisco Hall of Justice on Police Brutality"; 11: "Where I Stand"; 12: "Where there is no Victim, there is no Crime"; 13: "Political Power"; 14: "Letter to the San Francisco Chronicle about Anti-Gay Editorials"; 15: "Library or Performing Arts Center"; Part Two: The Grassroots Activist Becomes "The Mayor of Castro Street"; 16: "Au Contraire ... PCR Needed"; 17: "Harvey Milk for Supervisor"; 18: "Statement of Harvey Milk, Candidate for the 16th Assembly District"; 19: "Reactionary Beer."
20: "Nixon's Revenge- The Republicans and their Supreme Court"21: "My Concept as a Legislator"; 22: "Uncertainty of Carter or the Certainty of Ford"; 23: "A Nation Finally Talks About ... It"; 24: "Gay Economic Power"; 25: "You've got to Have Hope"; Part Three: Supervisor Milk Speaks; 26: "Harvey Speaks out"; 27: "A City of Neighborhoods: First Major Address I and II"; 28: "The Word is Out"; 29: "Letter to 'Abe' on Domestic Politics"; 30: "Letter to Council Members re Judging People by Myths."
31: "Resolution Requiring State Department to Close the South African Consulate" and "Closing the Consulate"32: "Letter to President Jimmy Carter"; 33: "Untitled (on Gay Caucus and Gay Power)"; 34: "California Gay Caucus"; Part Four: Milk and the Politics of Gay Rights; 35: "Keynote Speech at Gay Conference 5"; 36: "Gay Rights"; 37: "Gay Freedom Day Speech"; 38: "To Beat Briggs"; 39: "I Have High Hopes Address"; 40: "Harvey Milk vs. John Briggs"; 41: "The Positive or the Negative"; 42: "Statement on Briggs/Bigotry"; 43: "Overall Needs of the City"; 44: "Ballot Argument against Proposition 6."
Part Five: Harvey's Last Words45: "Political Will"; Document List; Editor Biographies.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Black, Jason Edward.
Morris, Charles E., 1969-
ISBN 0520955021 (e-book)
9780520955028 (e-book)

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