THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY. JUNE 30,1967
Some Points of View from SDS Convention
Jean Steinberger of Ann Arbor says she agrees with John Stuart
Mill, who wrote "the principle which regulates the existing
relations between the sexes . . . is wrong in itself and (is) now
the chief 'hindrance to human improvement; and ... it ought to-
be replaced by a principle of perfect equality admitting no power
or privilege on the one side, nor disability on the other."
"Revo'lution is not only inevitable, revolution is desirable," says "To be radical is to take things by their roots. Moreover, for
Robert Speck of Austin, Texas. And he adds: "struggle!'" mankind, the root is man himself," quotes Beth Gottlieb from
the works of Karl Marx.
Neil Buckley, from Chicago, quotes from James Joyce's "Ulysses"
when he says "history is a nightmare from which I'm trying to
Freedom is a constant meeting .. .
Carl Davidson, national SDS vice-president, maintains that his
overriding concern is to "crush imperialism."
.:.;.;.,:::., , .a' ': :?Efiao 'o-: :Y S .'. f'.24241:R.?' ,:z.::;9? :: :Yb: : :' c,,