On May 24, 1993, Roberta Achtenberg was confirmed as U.S. Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity.
This was a ballyhooed “historic first” of the Clinton era: Achtertberg is a homosexual activist.
Less than two weeks later, President Clinton scuttled the politically-disastrous nomination of his long-time friend and political ally Lani Guinier for the nation’s top civil rights post.
More startling to the public was that he had nominated her in the first place: Guinier had built her entire reputation on challenging the idea of majority rule, both in elections and in legislatures.
These events are related, and their connection is related to the theme of this booklet.
Perhaps you’ve noticed the BSA uniform inspection sheets resemble a haute couture catwalk more than an inspection of the troops.
You have? Good!
Here is a complete set of high quality scans in PDF format, taken from new old stock originals for Cubs, Scouts, Den Mothers, and Officers . Print them off for your guys be they cubs or scouts and have them ship shape in no time.