Lee Gloster is a Teaching Aide at School Corporation, South Bend, Indiana area.
- The local peace movement had little warning of President Bush’s planned appearance here Sept. 5. The local newspaper announced it only two weeks before...
- The club and the peace movement went into action immediately.
- The Secret Service, informed that we intended to demonstrate against the president, responded by declaring the site of our rally a “First Amendment-Free Zone” (their term!) and moved the site of S the protest to a park across the river from where Bush was appearing.
- "Yes we did!" was the resounding cry at the West Side Democratic Club in South Bend as Barack Obama was elected as the 44th president of the United States.
- Lee Gloster, a union member, was more focused on the tangible results of Obama's election. "We're going to bring the troops home, get single payer medical coverage," and fix the mortgage crisis, he said.
- Gloster and Janes are both "old refugees from the '60s," Gloster said. "We've been waiting 30 years for this. One and a half years ago, I said it couldn't happen."
USFSP Board of Directors
As of May, 2014, Lee Gloster served on the Board of the U.S. Friends of the Soviet People.
- - Indiana Trade Unionist ; Mid-West Chapter, USFSP.
- Party Builder, Issued by the Organizing Dept. of the Communist Party USA, October 22, 2002, Number 3
- FRIENDS OF THE SOVIET PEOPLE website, accessed may 1, 2014