SDS, by Kirkpatrick Sale. New York: Random House. 752 pp.
The rise, fall, and further fall of Students for a Democratic Society during the sixties is more than another melancholy footnote to the failed radical movements in America. While it lasted, as the centerpiece of the New Left in the universities, SDS played a catalytic role—though never a central one—in the resistance to the criminal war in Vietnam, in the civil rights struggle, in the defense of the ghetto poor, an...
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