In “The L.I.D.: Fifty years of democratic education, 1905-1955″, written by Mina Weisenberg, the following is written: (Page 36)
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, Recipient of L.I.D. Award, 1953; “First Woman of the World”
And to be sure, it’s not likely that Mrs. Roosevelt rejected the award. One of her favorite books was written by a Fabian Socialist, Prestonia Mann Martin. (1) (2)
Where this becomes frustrating, is things like this:
That’s from the writings of the Intercollegiate Socialist Society themselves. Informal connections, and they’ve been doing it this way for 100+ years. These radicals, revolutionaries, and evolutionaries, who seek to usurp power and rule over our lives have decentralized themselves. That’s why we need to take the time to discover the networks.©®
At least they’re connected enough to wish each other happy birthday under more honest auspices.