: Summer 1969 :

UNTITLED
Vol.: 
29
No.: 
2

 

Note:  We have only six copies of this issue for sale.  First come, first served.

Articles

The Editors, Black Studies: The Antioch Case

Kenneth B. Clark, A Charade of Power: Black Students at White Colleges

Stephen Lythcott, The Case for Black Studies

Benjamin Bradlee, M. Stanton Evans, Martin Glaberman, Joseph E. Illick, Anthony Libby, Martin Oppenheimer, William Parente, David Schiller, Gerald Weales, Ritual Violence and the Crisis in Education: A Symposium

John Dewey, Randolph Bourne, and The Rhetoric of Resistance

Sidney Hook, John Dewey and the Crisis in American Liberalism

Daniel Levine, John Dewey, Randolph Bourne, and the Legacy of Liberalism

Tom Curtis, Bourne, Macdonald, Chomsky, and the Rhetoric of Resistance

 

Fiction

Alma Stone, The Street Corner Coordinator

 

Poetry

Arno Karlen, Catullus

Anne Bradley, In the Eye of the Hurricane

Daniel Hoffman, In Memory of Lewis Corry

Judson Jerome, Poetry Editor as Miss Lonely Hearts

Theodore Roethke, First Class: Selections from the Notebooks of Theodore Roethke

Leonard Nathan, Ellora

 

Departments

Observations

Bill Robinson, Mediations

Reservations

Revelations