Shocked by the April Issue; Disturbed by the April Issue; Dullards, That's All; Negroes in the Henry Wallace Campaign
AbstractOur April issue—eontaining the part of Fidel Castro's speech at the close of the Tricontinental Conference which attacked Adolfo Gilly, Gilly's answer, and an editorial giving our own position on the issues involved—evoked an unusually heavy mail, most of it critical. We publish below three of the more interesting letters, reserving the right to reply in a later issue. —The Editors
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