Title: The Primary Source
Creator: Media Advocacy Board
Call Number: UP030
Size: 2.00 cubic ft., 5 bound volumes, 232 digital objects
Digital Collection and Archives, Tufts University
This collection contains monthly issues of The Primary Source from 1982-1992, thereafter biweekly issues. It is a journal of conservative thought at Tufts, with articles written and compiled by Tufts students. As of March 2014, the website of the student organization (as well as older versions accessible through the Wayback Machine/Internet Archives) includes an archives of old Primary Source issues. However, some issues online have different dates on their covers and include fewer/different? articles then the original print issues available in this collection. The online version of the controversial December 6 2006 issue does not include the racist and sexist Christmas songs that were part of the paper issue and that had triggered national and local uproar and opposition at the time.
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This series contains issues of The Primary Source. It is a journal of conservative thought at Tufts, with articles written and compiled by Tufts students.
Some of the materials from this collection are available online. Not all materials have necessarily been digitized.