2 Bill Rts J. 1 (1969)

handle is hein.journals/blorij2 and id is 1 raw text is: THE BILL OF RIGHTS JOURNAL

VOLUME II

DECEMBER 1969

CONTENTS
James Aronson: Who said Spiro who?........-            ........---------------------...... Page  2
Corliss Lamont: It all began in the Yard...........................--------------------- 5
Julius Lester: A   lesson in communication............. -- ------------------ 8
Wilfred Burchett: The view     from  Vietnam    .......-   ..........----------------------  11
Alexander L. Crosby: A     farewell to pigs.....................------------------------.. .  16
Gregory H. Finger: Now is the time for all............................................ 21
Henry Kahn, M.D.: The doctors who care.............................................. 24
Anne Braden: Peel away the layers......-        .................---------------------------.... . 27
Joe Mulloy: The Appalachia story......................--------------------------......... 31
Leonard B. Boudin: The Battle of Back Bay..-.....-       ....--..-..-----------------------   33
Citizens for the Bill of Rights............................--------------------------------.. -. . 40
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
OLIVER W. HARRINGTON, one of the few great living American political
and social cartoonists, was Bronx-born, Harlem-raised, and educated (in more
ways than one) at the National Academy of Design and the Yale Art School
(where the gym and pool were off limits to him because he was black). Since
1951 he has been living in France and Germany, and has contributed work to
Krokodil (USSR), the African Review (Ghana), Das Magasin (GDR) and
Freedomways (USA). He is the creater of Bootsie, the famous character who has
delighted two generations of readers of the Chicago Defender (When you see
me laughin', I'm laughin' to keep from cryin') and other papers. Several of
his drawings in this issue appeared first in the Daily World, for which Harring-
ton is a regular contributor. Our gratitude to the editors of the Daily World
for their permission to reprint the drawings.
WALTER ILER, who draws in line and color both, is the creator of the draw-
ing on the front and back cover of this issue. His savagely humorous cartoons
punctured many of the pages of the National Guardian in its early years. A show
of Iler's paintings was held recently in New York at the Art Works Gallery.

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