Education: The Need to Speak Out

In Washington, D.C. last weekend, students by the thousands shuffled in picket lines before the White House on behalf of disarmament with controls, got an early assist from the President himself, who ordered a five-gallon coffee urn sent out. A delegation invited inside found presidential aides lined up to listen. Emerging pleased as punch, one "Turn Toward Peace" picketeer reported, "They said we were a nice balance to the 'cold warriors.' " In the halls of Congress, the disarmament group got shorter shrift from California's Chet Holifield, chairman of the Joint Congressional Atomic Energy Committee. "Somebody has filled 'em full of...

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