The Nation: Whither the Peace Movement?

With the war over, what will happen to the peace movement? At a recent Berkeley, Calif., rally cheering the North Vietnamese victory, speakers were shouted down in favor of a rock-'n'-roll band. At Kent State University, organizers had difficulty attracting even a handful of students to a commemoration of the students killed half a decade ago.

Other ideologues of the movement, however, are going ahead to try to change the society. Tom Hayden, one of the Chicago Seven, tentatively plans to challenge California's Democratic Senator John Tunney in next year's primary—while his wife Jane...

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