3 Bill Rts J. 1 (1970)

handle is hein.journals/blorij3 and id is 1 raw text is: THE BILL OF RIGHTS JOURNAL

VOLUME III

DECEMBER 1970

CONTENTS
HARVEY O'CONNOR: It just could be you.......................... 2

EDWARD U. CONDON: 25 years after Hiroshima ......................

9

E. Y. HARBURG: Sing a song of sanity............................. 16
DEBORAH BABCOX 8C MADELINE BELKIN: Women's liberation .......... 18
Louis GILDEN: Meet me in St. Louis?............................. 21
DONALD FREED: The panther and the dove........................ ..36

THE COVER: Honore Daumier, The Uprising

1

ABOUT THIS ISSUE
THIS Is the third annual issue of the Bill of Rights Journal. It is some-
thing of a tribute to the National Emergency Civil Liberties Com-
mittee that in a time of recession-affecting more nearly the people who
generally offer financial assistance to the organization-that the adver-
tising in this issue is more than double last year's Journal. It is a
tribute also to the efforts of Nathan H. Schwerner of NECLC's staff.
The volume of advertising by the publishing industry bespeaks the aware-
ness of the industry both as to the great issues of our time, as well
as to the concern of the readers of the Journal. This concern is evident
particularly in the articles that appear in this issue. The authors are
heroic figures who have resisted the encroachment of repression through
the Cold War era (Harvey O'Connor and Edward U. Condon), a com-
poser who has sought throughout his life to advance the culture of the
nation (E.Y. Harburg), two young writers acutely aware of the minority
status of women in America (Deborah Babcox and Madeline Belkin),
a college teacher and playwright with a remarkable perceptiveness of the
overriding issue of race and the responsibility of white America in this
issue (Donald Freed) and a lawyer with a gift for expression both in court
and on the printed page.-The Editor

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