Freed, Donald (1932- )
The Donald Freed Collection contains examples of his work in fiction and non-fiction, writing for the screen, and writing for the theatre.   

Work in non-fiction includes a work variously referred to as The John Brown Book and Voices of the American Revolution; The Existentialism of Alberto Moravia by Donald Freed and Joan Ross, published by Southern Illinois University Press in 1972; A Let Burn Situation: Being the Strange and Remarkable History of the Abduction of Miss Patricia Hearst by Donald Freed and Hans Steinkellner (1975); The Execution of Robert Kennedy (1975); Chickens Come Home to Roost: a Report on the 1970 Revolutionary Convention (1970, with a note from Freed stating, ”Re-titled by Free Press When Printed”); The C.I.A. Comes Home: Confessions of a Failed Liberal (1970); and The Monster and the Spectacle: the Politics of the Mass Media (1976) by Donald Freed and Halina Charrwat.  

There is also material related to Freed's novels The China Card and The Spymaster, published by Arbor House in 1980. 

There is material related to Freed's play Inquest (published by Hill and Wang in 1970) along with playbills, reviews, and publicity (1969-1970); and material related to the screenplays for Executive Action, written by Freed and Mark Lane in 1970 and 1972; Sirhan Sirhan, written by Freed with Jack Kimbrough (1974); and The Quartered Man, based on Freed’s book Death in Washington: The Murder of Orlando Letelier (1980).  

Printed material includes "The Panther and the Dove" in The Bill of Rights Journal, Vol. 3 (Dec. 1970) and "Peter Weiss and the Theatre of Tomorrow," reprinted from Drama Survey (Fall 1967).
Notable Figures
1. Freed, Donald, 1932-
Associated Subjects
1. Literary Collections Subject Guide
2. Authors, American
3. College teachers -- United States.
4. Videotapes
5. American literature--20th century
6. Audiotapes
7. Photographs