In 1990, Soka Gakkai International President Ikeda visited the United States to institute reformation of the lay organization in America. For many years, "Nichiren Shoshu of America" had been a rigid organization, trying to reproduce the success of Soka Gakkai in Japan. It seemed that NSA rarely considered the American perspectives on Buddhism. 

President Ikeda's visit was pivotal in changing NSA into the humanitarian organization that is known as SGI-USA today. This important guidance was published in the March 1990 issue of the Seikyo Times. Because many people do not have access to this old issue, we have made it available here on the Internet.

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