The Teachers’ Victory  

New York’s public school teachers, by a show of militancy, unity and determination, scored a striking victory in early September. More, their victory pushed open new doors through which the…



Vietnam: The Fruits of Blindness  

Pursue a disastrous policy long enough, and the outcome is inevitable. Politics is a ruthless discipline; error and stupidity exact a cruel price. Supporting the authoritarian Diem in the…





Overkill and Understatement  

Within five years, the United States will have hardened into a vast thermonuclear missile base. While an under-informed citizenry goes about its usual business, the military establishment…



The Negro Revolution (continued)  

Will the strategy of non-violent resistance prove as successful for the Negro liberation movement in the future as it has in the past, or should it be replaced by new methods? If so, which…



King and Reuther for ’64!  

For a long time, we of the antiCommunist Left have been politically dispossessed. There is no home for us in either of the big national parties. There never was. Every few years, a few of…



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Summer 1963  

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Harlem, My Harlem  

At the age of nine I had already acquired the reputation of being the worst boy in the neighborhood. And in my neighborhood this was no easy accomplishment. My frequent appearance in juvenile court was beginning to bother the judges. …



LETTERS  

While the undersigned have their own disagreements and varying emphases in interpreting the Cuban affair, we join in finding the Roger Hagan article on the Cuban crisis incorrect and…







An Approach To Africa  

AFRICA: THE POLITICS OF INDEPENDENCE, by Immanuel Wallerstein. Vintage Books, 173 pp. $1.25 (paper). One of the most valuable remarks on Africa that I have ever heard was the angry…



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