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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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PHILADELPHIA MEETING:
Radicals convene to
work on constitution

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the call for increased unity and
action on the ,part of all radical
groups.
Both Newton and Michael Ta-
bor'. of the "New York 21,". ai
group of Panthers charged in
several attempted b o m b i n g s,
called on the assembled groups
to put aside their differences
to "unite against the oppressor."'
The feeling of unity seemed
to be reflected in the mood of
those attending the convention.
It was an atmosphere of general
cheerfulness, even optimism as
people waited in long lines under
a blazing sun.
However, there were indica-
tions that complete unity is yet
to be realized despite the rae-
Aric in McGonigle Hall. Follow-
ing the mass meetings, for ex-
ample, heated arguments be-
tween blacks and whites uer
var'ious political issues occasion-
ally broke out.
Monday, workshops were or-
ganized along social groupings
(including women, college stu-
dents, blacks and male homo-
sexuals). Although their reports
did not go to a general asseml.y,

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their findings along with those
of the Sunday workshops, are
being compiled, printed alid
transmitted to the various parti-
pating organizations. When 'hey
meet again in November, those
reports will be used as the basis
for drafting a new constitution.
A number of other issues, in
addition to unity, self-defense
and socialism, recurred throu;h
the workshop reports.
Several groups called for "an
end to police brutality." The
workshop on "Control and Use
of the Military" proposed that
"police shall be a rotating, non-
professional group," directed by
"peoples' councils," appointed
by the community and subject
to annual review.
Numerous issues relating to
women's liberation recurred, es-
pecially relating to "genocide"
by enforced population control.
At one point, ,the' crowd shouted
down a speaker who kept using
the term "man" for the human
race in general, forcing him to
replace the term with "human-
ity" and "people."
The workshop on "Self-de-
termination for Women" prob-
ably had the longest list oft rec-
ommendations, ranging f r o m
24-hour child-care centers to a
women's militia.
Gay Liberation Front was
very much in evidence as they
formed a cheering section,
whose efforts were met with ap-
plause from the crowd.. The
phrase "freedom of sexual ex-
pression" cropped up in a num-
ber of reports, and the work-
shop on "Sexual Self -determina
tion" opened by demanding that
"all revolutionaries deal with

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