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Important Notice: Political Action
by The Editorial Collective
Political action is being organized for the December meeting of the AAA$ to be held between Xmas and New Year’s at the Conrad Hilton, Sheraton-Blackstone and Pick-Congress Hotels in Chicago.
*Chicago coordinating is in the hands of the
Science Organizing Committee (SOC) c/o Larry Lambert
Department of Physics Chicago University
5801 South Ellis Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Proposals for actions, leaflets, guerrilla theatre, counter meetings, petitions, de-tours, etc. should be communicated to them as also should housing needs, local equipment needs (mimeo, projectors, etc.).
*Local groups should examine program of meeting (available on pages 1348-1353 of the September 25 issue of Science magazine — also see pages 101-103 of October 2 issue) and work up activities.
*December issue of Science for the People will be keyed to AAA$ meeting. Critical articles should be submitted soon to Science for the People, December Collective, Box 59, Arlington Heights 02175.
*A national Radical Scientists Meeting to plan political and social action and to exchange experiences is proposed for the last day of AAA$ conference. Send in your suggestions and proposals to SOC.
*Packets of demonstration material from last year’s AAA$ actions are available from Boston SESPA, AAA$ Action ’70 Collective, Box 59, Arlington Heights 02175.