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US after the presidential election

Richard Nixon was elected president. Today, American society is in the worst crisis since the civil war of 100 years ago. 

Orienteringeditorial, November 16, 1968

Two crises are coming at the same time: the domestic political crisis that is primarily characterized by the Negro revolt, and the foreign political crisis that has been at the forefront of the Vietnam War.

The crucial issue is whether the American social system as it is today is capable of solving this dual crisis, or whether the crisis springs from the system itself so that it can only be overcome by a major change in both the economic and the political system. .

If the latter is the case, one must also ask whether the current parties, the Democratic, the Republican and Wallace's party at all have any solution pointing out of the crisis.

Commenting on this, the most forward-looking US President John F. Kennedy, just before he was murdered, told a journalist that he and his advisers were in doubt about the problems they wanted to solve, finding their solution within the power structure that prevailed within American society.

Negerrevolten. The Negro revolt is just a sign of illness in the domestic political crisis. Despite all legislative decisions to abolish racial discrimination, the racial divide between Negroes and whites today is more marked than ever. Despite all laws, Negroes are considered inferior. . .

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