The Wobbly Spirit
By Howard Zinn • The Nation • April 5, 1965
Do we see small signs theses days — Selma, Berkeley, and who knows where tomorrow — of the Wobbly spirit, still alive? There is, a stirring among the young, and talk of a “new radicalism.” The timing could hardly be better then for the publication of Rebel Voices.
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