The Student-Youth Community in Kalamazoo, Michigan Winter 1971: An Examination of Policies and Actions of the Major Political Groups
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This paper is, first of all, neither the beginning nor the end of the study of the changing culture and political philosophy of some of the present generation. It is an attempt to try and record some of the people, groups, and activ1ties that were going on in the City of Kalamazoo during the short period of t1me from January to March,1971. The information gathered is relevant not only because it documents the activities in Kalamazoo, but because similar types of activit1es are going on in cities throughout the country. The major theme of this paper is that political philosophy cannot be separated from the rest of the life philosophy of these people, if it can be separated in anyone. So I answer the academic community by stating that a loss in some organization and methodology is made up by the opportunity to break into areas that would be restricted later. To the community critics I would state that this effort is an attempt to make sense out of the confusing mass of ideas and actions that will hopefully aid their causes by shedding some light onto what might be developing into a battle of dogmatic cultures, ideologies, styles, and generations.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.