No doubt there are others, but I have seen only three “negative” U. S. reviews of my essay, The Causes of World War Three. In the Wall Street Journal, William H. Chamberlain wrote—as expected; in the N. Y. Post, Arthur Schlesinger Jr. wrote—as expected; and in DISSENT, you wrote—unexpectedly. I had thought that you had abandoned the foot-dragging mood of the Cold War and were trying to make a new beginning. I had thought that an editor of DISSENT would have taken due note of differences, and then gone on to build a new left, taking into account the changed state of the world and the sorry condition of U. S. foreign policy. But no. Why waste time with lib-lab apologists and fanatical anti-Communists? ...
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