By: Students for a Democratic Society
Source: Students for a Democratic Society. Don't Mourn—Organize!: SDS Guide to Community Organizing. San Francisco and Chicago: Movement Press, 1968, 2–3. Reproduced in Digital & Multimedia Center, Michigan State University Libraries. Available online at ; website home page: http://lib0131.lib.msu.edu (accessed April 18, 2003).
About the Organization: Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) was a national left-wing organization. It was originally organized in 1946 as the Student Department of the League for Industrial Democracy. It reorganized at a meeting held in Port Huron, Michigan, in June 1962. Tom Hayden, one of the early leaders, drafted the Port Huron Statement, the manifesto for the group. Students involved in SDS led protests against the Vietnam War...
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