The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 105
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 105

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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Horowitz contends that the destruction of the antiwar movement would Involve the elimination of a major form of critical dialogue within the American political system. "It may In fact serve," he said) "as a barrier to a widening breach between advocates of law and advocates ot violence by serving as a channel for the political and moral expression of many disenfranchised sectors of American society from adolescent students to octogenarian Southern ti-war movements ol the 1960's lowers the likelihood of violence from within, an expert has reported .to the na- tlonal commission on the causes and prevention of violence. ' Conversely, "a great deal of violence", is linked to loose organizational forms. Irving Louis Horowitz, professor of sociology at Washington university, St. Louis and' editor-in-chief of Trans-Action Magazine, has so reported to the commission. Another of his conclusions was that "most of the violence is externally generated by pressures on the law enforcement agencies to keep greater law and order and very little Is Initiated from within the antiwar movement." "In fact, there Is evidence to indicate that the antiwar movement has an extremely difficult time accepting violent forms of behavior or retaliation." he said. -aOfc or WEST PALM mum wc Bank TIM SO. BUM BEACH ACROSS FROM WOCJICO . PALM COAST PLAZA Uot For 7kb Symbol ol Soda) For Sheriff Take CLINTON E. RED TAYLOR Democrat LEVER 23-D i j ) j- j j i j i 1 ajrr SHOP-AT-HOME PHONE 683-5710 Pd. Pol. Adv. i. Ik or frW Shop at our store in Palm Beach Mall gQBLTO2Wfl We bring samples! Free consultation) Free estimates! No obligation! -0 1 V ALWAY8 FIRST QUALITY As an example, he cited rifts between orthodox antiwar movements such as SANE (National Committee for. a Sane Nuclear Policy, Inc.) "And the more unorthodox tactics employed by the participant groups in the national mobilization committee." - Insofar as there is any violence in the antiwar movement, said Horowitz, it Is usually directed against property rather than persons, and the property usually is publicly owned such as reserve officer training corps buildings rather than personal property, which Is the characteristic target of Negro ghetto violence. "Police response has been to defend property by attacking persons," said Horowitz. "In this way the circle of violence is complete." His report also concluded . that the current movement against the war was not characterized by the factionalism of Inner party disputes of the ,old Communist Left, but rather by fractlonalism that is, "the conscious fragmenting of the antiwar movement into smaller nuclear cells. Some linked to the antidraft movement, others linked to the Vietnam conflict, and yet others to religious opposition to war in general. '. Fire Fighters To Hold Vote NEW YORK (AP) - The Uniformed Firefighters Association, which canceled plans last weekend to escalate a slowdown into a fullscale strike, voted today to hold a mail referendum on a proposed work contract. The tentative -pact is the same one the 10,500-member UFA rejected last week after the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association started a slowdown in a demand to reopen negotiations with the city. The referendum was approved, however, only after a militant faction of the UFA ' that wants to hold out for higher salaries was rebuffed.-It was voted at a 45-minute meeting attended by about a-third of the members." When you select a man to work for you, you choose the man who has the best background and qualifications to fit the assignment. When you vote for Clinton E. "Red" Taylor for Sheriff o? 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