Ought policy statements -- particularly those related to public -- of the Universalist Church of America (Universalist General Convention) and the American Unitarian Association inform the policy of the Unitarian Universalist Association today?
Since the UUA is the legal (and I'd add moral) successor to the UCA and AUA, I'd say yes, provided said policy statement isn't a non-sequitor. After all, we have a legacy of at least 220 years of democratically-decided public policy. We should look back to it, and reflect.
Oh, one problem! So far as I know, it isn't complied anywhere. And the minutes are devilishly hard to get. Oh, for a summer at the HDS library!