By Howard Zinn • The Nation • September 5, 1966
Arthur Waskow is part of a growing group of young scholars who, refusing to stay in place, embody three qualities: excellence in professional skills (he is a historian); a personal commitment to social
justice (Waskow has been in places where It counted); and a willingness to use the first on behalf of the second.
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