Chicago Reader, “A look inside the Newberry Library protest archive”

A quick trip through the climate-controlled stacks turns up a pamphlet billed as an urban gardening guide (actually instructions for putting stickers on public property and replacing ads on the New York City subway), leaflets for events protesting the second Iraq War, a Students for a Democratic Society newsletter, and signs from the 60s advertising an “Anti-Mil Ball” (“Swords Optional”) and an “Anarchist-Pacifist Book Sale” (“Read the Books Hitler Burned”).

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