Resistance Vol. 9. No. 3 (April 1951)

Resistance Vol. 9. No. 3 (April 1951)

The Vol. 9. No. 3 (April 1951) issue of Resistance, an anarchist publication produced out of New York.

Contents include:

-The politics of the permanent war by David Thoreau Wieck

-The president's order of March 31, 1951 by Paul Goodman

-Challenging the inherited ways by D.E.

-Poem: Cold shower by George Moor

-Political behavior in the concentration camp: 2 views by Sander Katz & David Thoreau Wieck

-Free education and the state by David Dellinger & Elizabeth Dellinger

-Poem: Short talk during intermission by Lloyd Zimpel

-State versus commune in Israel by Nathan Chofshi (Originally appeared in Freie Arbeiter Stimme)

-Poem: April 18, 1951 by W. Easy

-Heroic resistance in Hungary by G.A. (Originally appeared in Le Libertaire)

-Review: Education and living by Ralph Borsodi (Review by George Woodcock)

-A note on individualism by Jackson MacLow

-Errico Malatesta: 1853-1932 (From selections from Malatesta's journalistic writing, published in Volontà, March, April, May, 1950)

-To our readers

-Financial statement

-The anarchist bookshelf (literature list)

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