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NCJ Number: 31646 Find in a Library
Title: REFLECTIONS ON PROTEST (FROM POLITICS OF THE NEW LEFT, 1971 BY MATTHEW F STOLZ - SEE NCJ-31644)
Author(s): K E BOULDING
Corporate Author: Glencoe Publishing Co, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1971
Page Count: 5
Sponsoring Agency: Glencoe Publishing Co, Inc
Encino, CA 91316
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: PROTEST SHOULD, AT LEAST PRELIMINARILY, GIVE WAY TO EDUCATION (PERHAPS IN THE FORM OF TEACH-INS) AS A MORE EFFECTIVE AGENT OF SOCIAL CHANGE.
Abstract: PROTEST, IF IT IS TO BE EFFECTIVE, SHOULD BE LIMITED TO AND RELATE TO SPECIFIC INCIDENTS, SUCH AS THE USE OF NAPALM BOMBS. THE AUTHOR POSITS THAT SOCIAL CHANGE FOR STABLE PEACE CAN ONLY COME THROUGH EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ALTHOUGH HE CONCEDES THAT A PROTEST MOVEMENT MAY BE NECESSARY TO CRYSTALLIZE THE POSITION OF THE UNITED STATES AS A LEADER IN THE WORLD MOVEMENT FOR STABLE PEACE.
Index Term(s): Civil disorders; Education; Social change; Social conditions; Student disorders
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