A grandfather of the peace movement talks about his times and ours.
Two years ago an outsider might have wondered if there was a peace movement in Great Britain. Since then there has been a revolution in the way people think.
Only one day in the month of a monthly magazine is more frenzied, more demanding than the day before deadline, and that is the day that follows. Neither is a day to be gone from the office.
The sound of marching feet in Europe has again reached American ears. But this time Europeans are marching for peace.
In October of 1978, Congress voted to extend the seven-year time limit it had imposed for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) by another three years and three months, to June 30,1982.