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Sylvia Morgan Papers, 1964-1988

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Title: Sylvia Morgan Papers, 1964-1988
Author: Morgan, Sylvia
Abstract: Ms. Morgan (aka Sylvia Kruger) was active in the Democratic Party, was a delegate to the 1968 National Convention, a supporter of Eugene McCarthy. The Sylvia Morgan Papers concentrate on her political activities in Fargo and North Dakota from 1964 until the 1972 election, and her establishment and development of the Women‟s Studies program at Minnesota State University Moorhead. She attended the Democratic National Convention at Chicago in 1968 as a delegate. The majority of the convention papers are from the Rules and Order of Convention Committee, where she represented North Dakota's opposition to Unit Rule voting and support of withdrawal from Vietnam. Other subjects covered include the Antiballistic Missile System (ABM), presidential candidates Eugene McCarthy and George McGovern, the North Dakota Democratic Party, and women's issues of the 1980s.
Date: -
Subject: Politics and Government
Women
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/1286

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