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The Port Huron Statement criticized the political system of the United States for failing to achieve international peace and critiqued Cold War foreign policythe threat of nuclear warand the arms race.
In domestic matters, it criticized racial discriminationeconomic inequality, big businesses, trade unions and political parties. In addition to its critique and analysis of the American system, the manifesto also suggested a series of reforms: Firstly, it was written with the same overall vision all along the document and reflected their view that all problems in every area were linked to each other and their willingness not to lead single-issue struggles but a broad struggle on all fronts at the same time.
Without being Marxist or pro-communism, they denounced anti-communism as being a social problem and an obstruction to democracy.
They also criticized the United States for its exaggerated paranoia and exclusive condemnation of the Soviet Union, and blamed this for being the reason for failing to achieve disarmament and to assure peace. The Port Huron Convention opened with a symbol of this break with the policy of the past years: Later in the meeting, Michael Harringtonan LID member, became agitated over the manifesto because he found the stand they took toward the Soviet Union and authoritarian regimes in general was insufficiently critical, and because, according to him, they deliberately wrote sections to pique the liberals.
After lively debates between the two, the draft finally remained more or less unchanged. As a result, Haber and Hayden, at this time respectively the National secretary and the new President of the organization, were summoned to a hearing on the 6 July There, Hayden clashed with Michael Harrington as he later would with Irving Howe  over the perceived potential for totalitarianism among other things.
Hayden then asked him to read the manifesto more carefully, especially the section on values. They wanted absolute clarity, for example, that the United States was blameless for the nuclear arms race In truth, they seemed threatened by the independence of the new wave of student activism The rift opened even further when, at the SDS National Convention, the clause excluding communists from membership was deleted from the SDS constitution.
By mutual agreement the relationship was severed October 4, Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. There were nine chapters with, at most, about members. The national office NO in New York City consisted of a few desks, some broken chairs, a couple of file cabinets and a few typewriters.
As a student group with a strong belief in decentralization and a distrust for most organizations, the SDS did not have a strong central bureaucracy. The three stalwarts at the office, Don McKelvey, Steve Max, and the National Secretary, Jim Monsonis, worked long hours for little pay to service the local chapters, and to help establish new ones.
Even during the Cuban Missile Crisis in October, little could be accomplished.
By the end of the academic year, there were over delegates at the annual convention at Pine Hill, New Yorkfrom 32 different colleges and universities. It was then decided to give more power to the chapters, who would then send delegates to the National Council NCwhich would meet quarterly to handle the ongoing activities.
Also, in the spirit of participatory democracy, a consensus was reached to elect new officers each year. Some continuity was preserved by retaining Paul Booth as Vice President.
The search began for something to challenge the idealistic, budding activists.Man + Woman = Confusion? There are few issues so hotly debated in today’s society as the roles of men and women toward each other and in society.
This paper will examine how women's role has changed throughout history, the women's rights movement, and what can still be improved for women. In early societies, women gave birth and cared for children, cared for the home, and maintained the family. This paper will examine how women's role has changed throughout history, the women's rights movement, and what can still be improved for women.
In early societies, women gave birth and cared for children, cared for the home, and maintained the family. Anthropologists trying to understand why women in some societies have great respect and power while women in other societies are abused and powerless have pointed out that the most telling correlation is simply women's role in the economy of any given society.
No you are not good with percentages. 99% of jobs held by all women, not just those over 50 without children, are not necessary to the functional operation of society.
The Role of the Woman in the Life of the Church This Fides Dossier examines the history of the role of women in the Catholic Church. It discusses the Social and Cultural Changes that have occured.