By Richard Flacks,Nelson Lichtenstein
The Port Huron assertion was once an important manifesto of the hot Left pupil move of the Nineteen Sixties. at first drafted by way of Tom Hayden and debated over the process 3 days in 1962 at a gathering of scholar leaders, the assertion used to be issued by means of scholars for a Democratic Society as their founding record. Its key proposal, "participatory democracy," proved a watchword for Sixties radicalism that has additionally reemerged in well known protests from the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street.
Featuring essays by means of the various unique members in addition to favorite students who have been encouraged by way of the manifesto, The Port Huron Statement probes the origins, content material, and modern impact of the rfile that heralded the emergence of a colourful New Left in American tradition and politics. commencing with an essay by way of Tom Hayden that gives a sweeping mirrored image at the document's enduring value, the quantity explores the varied highbrow and cultural roots of the assertion, the uneasy dynamics among liberals and radicals that resulted in and this convergence, the methods participatory democracy used to be outlined and deployed within the Sixties, and the continued resonances this concept has for political events this day. An appendix comprises the entire textual content of the unique document.
The Port Huron Statement deals a brilliant portrait of a distinct second within the background of radicalism, displaying that the guidelines that encouraged a iteration of younger radicals greater than part a century in the past are only as very important and provocative today.
Contributors: Robert Cohen, Richard Flacks, Jennifer Frost, Daniel Geary, Barbara Haber, Grace Elizabeth Hale, Tom Hayden, Michael Kazin, Nelson Lichtenstein, Jane Mansbridge, Lisa McGirr, James Miller, Robert J. S. Ross, Michael Vester, Erik Olin Wright.
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The Port Huron Statement: Sources and Legacies of the New Left's Founding Manifesto (Politics and Culture in Modern America) by Richard Flacks,Nelson Lichtenstein