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Walter Millis, a noted war historian, argues against two long-held tenets: first, that revolution is a popular uprising against unbearable tyranny; and, second, that war is a conflict of organized armies in which victory is resolved through conquest…

Walter Millis, a noted war historian, argues against two long-held tenets: first, that revolution is a popular uprising against unbearable tyranny; and, second, that war is a conflict of organized armies in which victory is resolved through conquest…

Robert M. Hutchins reads two of his weekly newspaper editorials. Discussion includes: (1) the trial of the Chicago Seven; and (2) the riots in Isla Vista by students of the University of California Santa Barbara. Each is about four minutes long. Mar.…

Jules Feiffer, Paul Jacobs, and Edward P. Morgan defend their views in this discussion session with Center fellows and guests. Original title: "Don't Make Waves." June 19, 1965.

Jules Feiffer, Paul Jacobs, and Edward P.Morgan discuss the responsibility of the social critic in America in these excerpts from a two-day conference at the Center. Original title: "Don't Make Waves." June 18, 1965.

Jules Feiffer, Paul Jacobs, and Edward P. Morgan defend their views in this discussion session with Center fellows and guests. Original title: "Don't Make Waves." June 19, 1965.

Jules Feiffer, Paul Jacobs, and Edward P.Morgan discuss the responsibility of the social critic in America in these excerpts from a two-day conference at the Center. Original title: "Don't Make Waves." June 18, 1965.

Associated with the Fund for the Republic since 1954, Mr. Harrington examines the early influences that led him to his many contributions to revolutionary thought in America, in this conversation with John Cogley. Aug. 1965.

Associated with the Fund for the Republic since 1954, Mr. Harrington examines the early influences that led him to his many contributions to revolutionary thought in America, in this conversation with John Cogley. Aug. 1965.

Civil rights activist Bayard Rustin discusses the goals and tactics of the Black protest movement in the wake of the 1963 March on Washington, which he organized. Followed by discussion. Oct. 26, 1964.