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Miss Beafrice Bass,
Mr. Max Os1rover,
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Dear Friends :
The inevitability of change is a social axlomg the adjustment to
change is a social necessity. All we need do is look about us to see
the multiple wonders that are the constant creation of man's genius.
All we must do is realize how much this procession of wonders ccnanands
conatant change in our ways of living, ln our patterns of thinking.
Adjustment to modernization inconveniences and expectations of
beneficial changes ere a current experience for us at James Monroe.
The impact of renovation is so profound that it has inspired our
Monrovian theme. In our local, national, and international community,
the insistence for social change is so great that wisdom and statesman-
ship are essential to determine when to analyze and evaluate and when
to act. It is the wise statesman who can recognize justifiable demands
and can lead in their successful adoption. It is the wise citizen who
can discard accepted practices and accustomed judgments and acknowledge
new attitudes and readjusted ideas. To favor reasoned change as a way
of life is to avoid the agony of social conflict and crisis.
However, we must resist change that threatens to compromise our
democratic ideals and ethical principles. The inalienable rights of
man venerated in the Declaration of Independence and guaranteed in
our Constitution are the foundation of our society. These immutable
rights and inescapable responsibilities have been the brick and mortar
that have structured our great nation. To tamper with them is to under
mine the spirit, the promise, and the glory that is America.
Yes, change is a necessity, modernization and readjustment are the
evidence of change: but ideals and principles dare not be sacrificed to
change. You, as citizens, must adjust your thinking and your reactions
to these fundamentals of democratic living if our nation is to con-
tinue to flourish.
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