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New Left Review I/8, March-April 1961


Stuart Hall and Paddy Whannel

Direct Action——A Discussion with Alan Lovell

Paddy Whannel and Stuart Hall put questions about direct action and civil disobedience to Alan Lovell, a member of the Committee of a Hundred. The questions are in italics throughout.

In his article in the New Statesman before the sit-down, Bertrand Russell argued that civil disobedience was primarily a way of drawing attention to the case for Nuclear Disarmament. Do you agree?

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