Emergency Civil Liberties Committee (U.S.)
New York (N.Y.) - Describing the murders of Tom Parkinson and Stephen Mann Thomas and various other isolated but not random acts of hate and violence, and exploring how pervasive "anti-ism" ... effects, or indeed provokes, "ideological genocide -- racial elimination in theory if not in practice."
1968 Jan. 14
Entin, David Hudson
Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on typewriter paper. Describes visits of US politicians and other important people, including Indiana Senator Birch Bayh, thought to be progressive and young, but not very impressive, more interested in photo ops, and would not take a stand on the war. Other visitors included General Chapman, recently appointed Commandant of the Marine Corps, and Congressman William Hungate.
1952 Sept. 30
Peace Conference of the Asian and Pacific Regions (1952 : Beijing, China)
Beijing (China) - Featuring Japanese Delegate Yoshitar? Hirano's essay on "The Speeding Up of Japanese Rearmament," and Jiichiro Natsumoto's remarks on "Friendship and Unity among the Asian Peoples -- The Only Road to World Peace."
1967 Oct. 15
Entin, David Hudson
Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on typewriter paper. Questioning whether progress is being made. Believes assessments may prove to be subjective and that military has "strong tendency to report a rosy picture." Computer system analysis seems suspect to Entin and at best shows it will take 55 months to "win" war.
Kahn, Albert Eugene, 1912-1979
New York (N.Y.) - Describing his experience of O. John Rogge's testimony in the case against the Peace Information Center brought by the Dept. of Justice; discussing elements and precedents of the case; and outlining the trajectory of Rogge's involvement in the peace movement.
1931 June 19
DuBois, Rachel Davis
Pitman (N.J.) - DuBois's expose on how to promote tolerance and open-mindedness in high school classrooms, submitted for print in the 1931 "Crisis" Education number. See mums312-b188-i417 for fragments of later version.