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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, August 25, 1973, Page 11A, Image 11

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I SB a SBBM-.' S1SBI gA .vA'asBEaeVeaBjooBsisaoeeiiiiM . " -j . NEARLY 17-YKAK SKRVICK --SMher mmhing wtth to men or sstering iiternly at their actions, ('.yStft. Vtymi Prod or Is the epitome of a Marine drill instructor. He served three times in Vietnam, seeing action on each ocvaston. Sttttloned now t San Diego Recruit Depot, Proctor has been in the military nearly 17 years. ,i ' ' RMHBtRlHG GEORGE WUfY by Xiek Kot. Not long ago George Wiley spent an eeniiig with his children. Danny and Maya, and with friends at my home, talking about his life and about his plans and hopes for a better America- lor a country in which economic and social justice would be extended to all citizens, for a country in which groups would not be pitted against each other to their mutual detriment. It was & warm summer evening and. as we sat on the back porch. I was struck again by how little we really understand or appreciate a great public than such as Ceorge Wiley, who for 10 years was in the forefront of the fufht far vmnnmip iustice in America. His public image was that of the firebrand founder and leader of the militant National Welfare Rights Organization, and so he was. But the tele vision cameras and newspaper interviews that recorded this bear-sized, handsome black man, speaking passionately about the human ana legal rignu oi ' could not capture other things about him. - Seeing him there on the porch nuzzling his 10-year-old son ana ar-iu im we .could,' appreciate his gentleness" and his sensitivity. When the children went off to play, he talked quietly about the toll that 16-hour work days had taken on his familv. All his non-working time now was devoted to the children. He had agreed to dinner, in fact, only on the condition that the hour be early and that his children come with him. He talked that night about his dream of getting a little boat and spending a few days away from it all with his children on the Chesapeake Us,- He hnuirht the boat, an old second-hand one, on Sunday, August 5. And only three days later, in a freak accident a few miles off the Maryland shore, George Wiley drowned. His death has deprived America's poor of perhaps their greatest champion of the past 10 years. George Wiley's ideas for achieving a more just America were sun evolving ai un . , . .'.a. 1M t,,.,l Ii IK oi ms aeavn. ne ' i . I . . iM that evening aouui Movement for Economic Justice, an organization he had recently founded to bridge the gap between the poor and the ordinary working people who are not impoverished, by government standards, but still harti H""'r ot problems making it in America. Iktcause of the deadlocked Congressional struggle tor welfare reform of the last few years, George said, he had become convinced that justices for the poor and for welfare recipients would never become politically feasible without more general reforms that also deal equitably with the needs and problems of the average uMsrlrur. f:.:'. ..... . ; . .Li :..U Listening to mm snai "ks one uld hear the scholar, the former chemistry professor who changed his vocation out never stopped learning. He had accumuiaiea detailed knowieoKe -. P'.l . ....... . . ..''1 understanding anom iiw American wx iyww. .j:..:v.a.. 1M t 111. .... We COM. oi. nemvn vwv, -v""v eonsumer nmim hmv 'TfTa i .. - II.. uU he was prices. , -tth I Ihul the workinti mh tnii the noor had far more in nimmnn in terms of needs and self interests than they had differences. Yet he realized It would be a mammoth undertaking to undo the work of the workers against the welfare poor and . minorities. George raid to illusions that he bad any magic answers, or that the Movement ler Economic Justice would grow to maturity overnight. But he yw tpl afraid to tackle these fundamental problem? lb American life. He also listened to others, a trait that many public figures somehow lose as they grow powerful. George was actively soliciting the thoughts of his friends. He wanted their ideas on how to end divisions, on how to create a political majority that would stand for greater economic and social justice. He learned quickly from others, perhaps because he Was so lacking in pomp and pretense. But George Wiley was not afraid to stand alone when he felt that political compromise would hurt people on welfare more than It would help them. At several meetings of the Leadership Conference on Civil rugnis, ne siooa virmnuy muiie in opposing a labor union-backed compromise on the Nixon Family Assistance Plan that he felt would badly shortchange the pooh vv s The public view of George was generally that of an big aV,Wdlf rightly colored daJshud, exhorting audiences with fiery speeches. He could stir a ' crowd, for thousands of poor people, particularly those forced to exist on welfare, he provided self-confidence and hope. He gave them strength to be proud Americans, to realise that being on welfare was not their disgrace, that to pursue' their own legal rights was an exercise of good citizenship and was in the nation's interest as well as their own. The private man was far more complex than the public figure and just as exciting. Civil rights workers in CORE remember the soft-spoken chemistry professor who persuaded them that tneir organization had to directly engage the poor black masses. Middle class liberalism alone would provide empty victories, tka mi urhn harl tasted aaiu vn ,., ... - - - - ii. .. some of the success of middle class respectability. Welfare mothers in New York or Indianapolis, in Atlanta or Houston, remember his intelligence, patience and courage in planning and executing the grueling direct action and legal campaigns that won them their rightful allowances for clothing, groceries, school lunches, and due process of law. Congressmen and reporters remember the keen intellect and dissected the fine print by' which the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee repeatedly tried to legislate repression in the name of welfare reform. 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