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.
In this issue there's an
In this issue there's an article entitled "The martyrdom of Manol Vassev".... Nick Health has written a short bio of the murdered Bulgarian comrade. Here's the link: https://libcom.org/history/articles/1898-1958-manol-vassev-sotirov
This article was actually
This article was actually scoped from the Detroit Johnson-Forest Tendency (actually the Correspondence Publishing Group *) publication "Correspondence"
* As background: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Correspondence_Publishing_Committee