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NCJ Number: 31647 Find in a Library
Title: STUDENT'S MARCH ON WASHINGTON (FROM POLITICS OF THE NEW LEFT, 1971 BY MATTHEW F STOLZ - SEE NCJ-31644)
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Glencoe Publishing Co, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1971
Page Count: 13
Sponsoring Agency: Glencoe Publishing Co, Inc
Encino, CA 91316
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: A DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL IN-FIGHTING AND IDEOLOGICAL AMBIVALENCE THAT TOOK PLACE WITHIN THE SDS (STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY) PRIOR TO THEIR VIETNAM PROTEST MARCH ON WASHINGTON, D.C.
Abstract: THE BIGGEST HURDLE WAS THE QUESTION OF ALLOWING OTHER GROUPS TO CO-SPONSOR THE PROPOSED MARCH. THE USE OF PRESSURE POLITICS FROM WITHIN THE SDS TO DISALLOW COSPONSORSHIP IS COMPARED TO THE STRATEGIES EMPLOYED AGAINST THE MISSISSIPPI FREEDOM DEMOCRATIC PARTY BY THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY AT ITS CONVENTION IN ATLANTIC CITY IN 1972.
Index Term(s): Civil disobedience; Planning; Political influences; Revolutionary or terrorist groups; Student disorders; Students for a Democratic Society
Note: REPRINTED FROM STUDIES ON THE LEFT, A DEFUNCT PERIODICAL
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