The Organizer, Vol. 1, No. 1, February, 1973

The Organizer, Vol. 1, No. 1, February, 1973

New York: Committee to Rebuild the National Welfare Rights Organization, 1973. The inaugural issue The Organizer, formerly the East Coast Organizer, the organ of the rebranded National Welfare Rights Organization after it had been taken over by Lyndon LaRouche’s National Caucus of Labor Committees. Much of the content related to the group’s re-organizing efforts following Nixon’s alleged destruction of the organization and includes the group’s Statement of Principles. Includes an article by LaRouche on “Nixon’s Plan to Recycle Human Beings and a separate article on the “recycling” of vets, addicts and welfare victims. Call by Jennette Washington for a National NWRO convention and for welfare recipients, vets, and the unemployed to build a new WRO. An important publication for understanding some of the machinations of LaRouche and the NCLC during the turbulent 1970s.

Tabloid format printed in black on newsprint, 8 p., illus. Machine folded, else Near Fine. Item #07458

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