By Alan J. Spector, edited by Karyn Pomerantz, September 23, 2018
This abridged article describes the life of an SDS organizer during the 1960s student anti-war and anti-racist movements. For the complete article, see Cultural Logic: Marxist Theory & Practice 2013, pp. 240-277.
This essay is about building a movement against exploitation and oppression, the need for anti-elitist, pro-working class strategy and tactics, and leadership from those most exposed to imperialism in the poorer countries and racial/ethnic minorities in the rich countries. The importance of female leadership is interwoven into the overall struggle to overcome all forms of capitalist/exploitative thought within the movement. Continue reading “MY LIFE AS A STUDENT ORGANIZER IN STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY, SDS”