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.
So far President Reagan's "zero option" proposal on medium-range nuclear missiles in Europe has successfully defused the issue on this side of the Atlantic.
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.