People, Mar. 6, 1972

Compared with what there was a couple of years ago, there is very little left of the left, admitted Left-Wing Lawyer William M. Kunstler. The occasion of his mournful reflection was a courthouse press conference he had called in Baltimore. Only one reporter showed up to hear him hold forth. "Nationally, the pace of and interest in the left has dropped way down," said Kunstler. "I think there is a feeling that the movement is dead. There just isn't the same furor." -

Senator William Proxmire, who turned up with two black eyes a couple of...

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