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A letter written by Winthrop C. Libby, acting President of University of Maine at the time, in response to a complaint from a "person in Ellsworth", Maine from February 20, 1969 in regards to the S.D.S (Students for a Democratic Society) on campus and certain programs being held at the University of Maine. President Libby states that S.D.S exists legally on campus and have the right to exist regardless of his opinions. He also states that the Symposium on Black America was sponsored by the General Student Government and was well attended and went well. President Libby expresses his opinion on S.D.S and the Symposium throughout the letter.
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Libby, Winthrop C., "Black Symposium_ Letter from Winthrop C. Libby In Response to a Complaint on Symposium on Black America" (1969). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 98.