Theater: Arigato!

The young have raised a banner above all other flags. Those who mistrust the young think of it as the Jolly Roger, an ensign under which all sorts of piratical and subversive acts of depredation may be committed. Those who esteem the young see their symbolic banner as an emblem revitalizing a tired phrase and an undying hope: the brotherhood of man. If the phrase means anything, it must mean that man's vision should extend to the horizon of his being and not be blinkered by some arbitrary national line squiggled on a map. This is the shaping theme of an...

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