Metz has been recognized with a Barbara Deming Award for her writing on women war resisters and a Dick Goldensohn Fund Award for her Progressive magazine investigation into parental use of psychiatric commitment to control or punish rebellious teenagers. Collection Overview This small collection of material was produced and gathered by Metz for a book on 20th century war resisters.
Restrictions apply to all transcriptions and other material related to interviews taken from others donor has retained the rights to this information, and there are no releases from interviewees.
Detailed Description of the Collection. Williams [feminist writer], Correspondence: letters from Mikhail Zlatkovsky, Information about Mikhail Zlatkovsky, cartoons drawn, correspondence about Mikhail Zlatkovsky, etc. Notes: miscellaneous Correspondence and notes re: Canada and pipeline of healthcare for children Notes re: homeless unions, etc.
Lemkin, Raphael: notes Notes re: war resisters. Hamburger, Jay: correspondence, transcript of interview Lambert, Tim Catholic Worker : interview, Mark, Mary Ellen: interview and notes, Meiselas, Susan: interview, article written, etc.
Box 3 Miller, Rich and the Kindred Community: correspondence, etc. Stern, Lee: correspondence, transcript of interview Stoudt, Thelma: correspondence, etc. Scutellaro insisted that Barck fell on his spike; the police claimed he grabbed the spike and stabbed Barck.
- Divide to Conquer (The Introduction);
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- KILLING THE POORMASTER: A Saga of Poverty, Corruption, and Murder in the Great Depression.
- Agricultural Marketing and Rural Development;
- What is Kobo Super Points?.
News of the poormaster's death brought national attention to the plight of ten million unemployed living in desperate circumstances. A team led by celebrated attorney Samuel Leibowitz of "Scottsboro Boys" fame worked to save Scutellaro from the electric chair, arguing that the jobless man's struggle with the poormaster was a symbol of larger social ills.
The poor and the poormasters: a timeless story
The trial became an indictment "of a system which expects a man to live, in this great democracy, under such shameful circumstances. With its insight into our social contract, Killing the Poormaster reads like today's news. This item is available only to U.