Education: Youth Congress

Into New York City's sports stadium on Randall's Island one night last week marched some 550 young men and women from the earth's six continents. They tramped across the field bearing red torches and the flags of 58 nations. The crowd of 23,000 cheered their foreign songs, their folk dances, their gymnastics, a collegiate shag performed by U. S. students. But it roared loudest when the spotlight fell on 13 delegates from Spain, jumped to its feet to chant the 'Loyalist anthem. For this was no Olympic sports festival but a pacifists' rally, the...

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