In late March there was released in Washington a statement called “The Triple Revolution,” prepared by W. H. Ferry, associated with the Fund for the Republic, Gerald Piel, the science writer, and Robert Theobald, the economist. This policy statement was signed by a number of prominent political analysts such as Seymour Melman and H. Stuart Hughes, by the civil rights leader Bayard Rustin, and also by the trade union leader Ralph Helstein. Among other signatories were DISSENT editors Irving Howe and Michael Harrington, and the economist Ben Seligman, who contributes frequently to our pages.
The statement, too long for complete publication here, began with an analysis of “The Cybernation Revolution” which ...
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