Students for a Democratic Society: A Graphic History by Harvey PekarStudents for a Democratic Society: A Graphic History by Harvey Pekar

Students for a Democratic Society: A Graphic History

byHarvey PekarEditorPaul BuhleIllustratorGary Dumm

Paperback | April 27, 2009

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By the late 1960s, America felt like it was teetering on the edge of a vast transformation. Helping push it over that edge was a brigade of young radicals, the Students for a Democratic Society, who were fighting the establishment for peace abroad and equality at home. In Students for a Democratic Society: A Graphic History, the famed graphic novelist Harvey Pekar, the gifted artist Gary Dumm, the renowned historian Paul Buhle, and a marvelous cast of they-were-there contributors illustrate their struggle, bringing to life the tumultuous decade that first defined and then was defined by the men and women who gathered under the SDS banner.

Students for a Democratic Society captures the idealism and activism that drove a generation of young Americans to believe that even one person's actions can help transform the world.

Harvey Pekar is best known for his graphic autobiography, American Splendor, on which the comic artist Gary Dumm collaborated. Paul Buhle, a senior lecturer at Brown University, was founding editor of the SDS journal Radical America.
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Title:Students for a Democratic Society: A Graphic HistoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.51 inPublished:April 27, 2009Publisher:Farrar, Straus And GirouxLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0809089394

ISBN - 13:9780809089390

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"Powerfully dramatizes the broad panorama of mayhem and confrontation in the '60s." -The Buffalo News

"Engrossing and unexpectedly effective." -The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)

"Could easily inspire the next generation of activists." -Penthouse