The "Triple" Revolution


  • Leo Huberman
  • Paul M. Sweezy





"The Triple Revolution," a document published last spring by a distinguished group calling itself the Ad Hoc Committee on the Triple Revolution, has attracted a great deal of attention and discussion in the most varied quarters. We had intended from the beginning to participate in this controversy, but what seemed the greater urgency of more topical problems plus certain commitments which obliged us to omit all editorial comment from the July-August and October issues, have prevented us from doing so until now. We are not sorry for the delay. It has enabled us to inaugurate discussion of the themes introduced by "The Triple Revolution" with one of the most provocative essays we have been privileged to publish in these pages—"Beyond Automation" by George and Louise Crowley which begins on page 423 below.

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