Daily Archives: February 26, 2018

Here’s How They Got Teens Off Drugs in 1960s Greenwich Village

“… So begins Stephanie Harrington’s ‘How to Reform Without Really Going Square,’ a feature story that ran in the Village Voice 49 years ago this week. Drawing on the points of view of Sexton and two other ‘good-looking, bright, sensitive, … Continue reading

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Flyer for a joint Chomsky-Pauling presentation, Montreal, 1967

“As the 1960s moved forward, Linus Pauling’s interest in contributing to an academic circle that resolutely rejected the Vietnam War continued to strengthen. A participant in several past petitions, Pauling co-authored another such document in June 1967, a ‘Scientists’ Appeal … Continue reading

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