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Elected officials who signed the cablegram included: [[Julian Bond]], [[Willie Brown|Willie Brown, Jr.]], [[John Conyers, Jr.]], [[Don Edwards]], [[William Gluba]],  [[Edward  Koch|Edward J. Koch]], [[Parren  Mitchell|Parren J. Mitchell]], [[Henry  Reuss|Henry S. Reuss]], [[Benjamin  Rosenthal|Benjamin S. Rosenthal]] and [[Louis Stokes]].<ref>Democratic Left, Sep. 1975, page 2</ref>
 
Elected officials who signed the cablegram included: [[Julian Bond]], [[Willie Brown|Willie Brown, Jr.]], [[John Conyers, Jr.]], [[Don Edwards]], [[William Gluba]],  [[Edward  Koch|Edward J. Koch]], [[Parren  Mitchell|Parren J. Mitchell]], [[Henry  Reuss|Henry S. Reuss]], [[Benjamin  Rosenthal|Benjamin S. Rosenthal]] and [[Louis Stokes]].<ref>Democratic Left, Sep. 1975, page 2</ref>
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==Norman Thomas lecture==
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[[Leonard Woodcock]] gave the [[Norman Thomas]] lecture for 1974.
  
 
==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 19:17, 24 December 2016

Leonard Woodcock

Cablegram to Portugese Socialists and the M.F.A.

In 1974, after a pro-communist military coup in Portugal;

More than eighty Americans, all identified with opposition to the Vietnamese war and with various radical and liberal causes, sent on August 9 a cablegram to to the Portugese Armed Forces Movement, to Portugese president francisco da Costa Gomes and to portugese socialist leader Mario soares expressing the hope that "democratic freedoms"...will continue to grow in Portugal".

Michael Harrington, the national chairman of the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee, organized the effort with help from 5 "Initiators" - Lawrence Birns (writer), Sissy Farenthold (past president National Women's Political Caucus), Congressman Michael J. Harrington, Martin Peretz (chairman, editorial board New Republic), Cleveland Robinson (vice president, Distributive Workers of America), Leonard Woodcock (president United Auto Workers, Jerry Wurf (president AFSCME).

Elected officials who signed the cablegram included: Julian Bond, Willie Brown, Jr., John Conyers, Jr., Don Edwards, William Gluba, Edward J. Koch, Parren J. Mitchell, Henry S. Reuss, Benjamin S. Rosenthal and Louis Stokes.[1]

Norman Thomas lecture

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Leonard Woodcock gave the Norman Thomas lecture for 1974.

References

  1. Democratic Left, Sep. 1975, page 2