Ronald Aronson Papers
Professor Ronald Aronson taught at Wayne State University from 1968 to 2013 in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, during which time he was actively involved in the Center for Democratic Values, the writing of a number of books, and the creation of two feature-length documentaries, "Professional Revolutionary: The Life of Saul Wellman (2004)," and "1st Amendment on Trial: The Case of the Detroit Six (2005)."
This collection consists of material from throughout Ronald Aronson’s professional career,
including articles by and about him and his work; materials generated by the Center for Democratic Values; and research materials generated during the production of his two documentaries.
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