Revolution of the Third World
the alarming thing about the state of the antinuclear campaign is that so much of the discussion turns upon questions of tactics—how to break the silence-barrier or to raise consciousness of the issues. It is thus a discussion about means rather than ends. The ends remain undiscussed. We know where we stand. Are we not unilateralists? What is there to discuss, then? Our only debate is with Macmillan or Gaitskell.
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