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This collection of documents chronicles the political culture of students in the late 1960s and early 1970s at the University of Washington and Seattle Central community College. It includes papers from chapters of Students for a Democratic Society and the Young Socialist Alliance at the University of Washington, the Women's Liberation Committee of SDS, and the joint student-soldier organizing of the GI-Civilian Alliance for Peace.

Documents digitized with permission from the personal collection of Steve Ludwig; the personal collection of Joe Felsenstein; and courtesy of the Special Collections Library at the University of Washington.

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