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As of 2 a.m. this morning, the Committee on Radical Structural Reform was divided over what response to make to future events.
Members of the CRSR include the drafters of the demands adopted at Soldiers' Field. The committee has few people formally committee has few people formally committed to its demands and does not claim to represent the people at Soldiers' Field. It adopted the following statement:
"We construe the stadium proposal to belong to the public domain. Our statements concerning this document and subsequent events speak only for ourselves and for those who agree with our position."
The problem of legitimacy and its future role has plagued the CRSR since its start on Monday night. The committee yesterday afternoon postponed discussing the problems and started working to inform the community about the substance of the Soldiers' Field proposals.
Meetings were held in nearly all of the Houses last night and copies of the proposal--with extended explanatory sections--were being mailed to the Faculty.
Some members of SDS view the committee as an attempt to undercut their position. In an effort to dispel that fear, the CRSR decided not to participate in any informal discussions with the Faculty or Administration unless members of SDS and Afro and present in at least an observer capacity.
The committee is working closely with the Graduate School of Design Expansion
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