Seldom have American liberals been so feverishly divided about anything as they are today about the Administration’s Vietnam policies. The rough consensus that liberals had arrived at on both domestic and foreign policy issues has been rudely shattered by the reverberations of this war.
It would be a mistake to suppose that this rift is an isolated case—an accident of shifting political events. Rather, the growing disagreement among liberals is a dramatic symptom of latent di...
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