In the Spring of 1962 a serious attempt was made to create a Neo-Fabian Society in New York City. Spearheaded by Robert B. Silvers, an editor at Harrier‘s, William Phillips, co-editor of Partisan Review, Stanley Plastrik, an editor of DISSENT, Dennis Wrong, sociologist, and myself, a group of writers and editors met several times in an attempt to set up a serious forum which might deal with socialist ideas and ideals.
I was given the task of drafting a ...
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