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Thoughts of the Young Radicals, and four critical comments on their views of America: acollection of essays
Thoughts of the Young Radicals and four critical comments on their views of America acollection of essays Author:Andrew Kopjind (editor) As it has done for other generations, The New Republic [magazine], in 1966, opened its pages to America's young radicals. The result is this collection of essays by seven workers in and representative thinkers of "the movement." — They were asked by The New Republic to respond to four questions: — 1. Do you think a "consensus" is operating in the ... more »United States favorable to social progress (material, cultural, moral)? If not, why not?
2. Where, precisely, do you think our society has gone wrong, and with what portents for the future?
3. What is your prescription?
4. What hopeful developments do you see around you or around the corner?
The seven essays are authored by: Charlie Cobb, Todd Gitlin, Stokely Carmichael, Tom Hayden, Casey Hayden, Richard Flacks, and Jean Smith.
The four critical commentary essays are authored by: Michael Harrington, Robert Coles, Ronald Hamowy, and Paul Seabury.« less