Human Rights and a Peaceful World
The civil rights crisis of the 1950s and 1960s and our country’s long and destructive involvement in the conflict in Vietnam turned our world on a new course, and the compass needle has been swinging wildly ever since. We seem to have lost the sense of direction that was once taken for granted. People are now better characterized by what they don’t believe than by the uncomplicated certitude of the past.
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