Resistance and Revolution: The Anti-Vietnam War Movement at the University of Michigan, 1965-1972

Engineering Placement Service Director
letter about protesters

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Engineering Placement Service Director
letter about protesters

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In this article, the Director of the Engineering Placement Service in 1970, John G. Young, argues to the Student Government Council that SDS should be no longer be considered a student organization on campus. Mr. Young was upset about how members of SDS violently disrupted a recruiting visit taking place on campus. Mr. Young found this form of protesting to be unfitting of Michigan students, and therefore argued that SDS should no longer be considered a student organization.

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Engineering Placement Services Director, Folder Recruitment (1 of 4), Box#9, Collection VP Student Affairs, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.

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“Engineering Placement Service Director letter about protesters ,” Resistance and Revolution: The Anti-Vietnam War Movement at the University of Michigan, 1965-1972, accessed March 1, 2024, http://michiganintheworld.history.lsa.umich.edu/antivietnamwar/items/show/61.