The No. 33 (January 1959) issue of Views and Comments, an anarcho-syndicalist leaning publication produced out of New York by the Libertarian League from 1955 until 1966.
-Drenched peace pickets defy Air Force hoses by Alan Graham (Originally appeared in the Industrial Worker, January 5, 1959)
-Transport boycotts by J.M.
-The moral factor by Gaston Leval
-Urgent and important! by Union of Bulgarian Anarchists in Exile
-The martyrdom of Manol Vassev
-Poem: Walking the brink or bet your life by D.B. Barron (Quoted from Chicago Darrow Club, reprinted from the Industrial Worker)
-Review: We who would not kill by Jim Peck (Review by E.J.M.)
-Pigs pay for cross (Originally appeared in The Liberal, September 1958)
-The cop and the people on the street by LL.B. (Originally appeared in Correspondence, June 1958)
-Labor and automation
-A youth's commentary on "democracy" in action by Randolph Francis
-Delinquency: but is it juvenile? by D.H.
-The degeneration of the French social democracy by Pierre Galmer
-A letter from Algeria (Originally appeared in La Révolution prolétarienne, Paris, November 1958)
-Manifesto of the Anarchist Federation of Mexico
-Cooperation: black clubs (Originally appeared in Correspondence, June 1958)
-Whose payroll is he on, anyway?
-What we stand for
This issue digitized for libcom.org by the Centre International de Recherches sur l'Anarchisme (CIRA) in Lausanne, Switzerland.