On December 10, 1968, the editor of REASON spoke at Wakefield High School to three 12th grade English classes. The format of the visit was that of informal question-and-answer periods. Subjects discussed included "student power," welfare, and freedom of the press. Mr. Al Stevens, head of the English department at Wakefield, had previously distributed to the students copies of NO 5 of REASON, which served as the general focus of the conversations. Although the make-up and response of each of the classes was quite different, vocalized opinion was, in general, divided evenly between those in support of and those in opposition to the positions the editor offered. The visit was one in a series Mr. Stevens is sponsoring for his classes.
Hand-drawn poster seen in Prague during last summer's Soviet invasion, mocking the occupiers: "Workers of the world, unite—or we'll kill you."
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Random notes: Please allow six weeks for a change of address…include address label with all inquiries, if possible…paid subscribers: now over 150, in five nations and 28 states (one subscriber each in: the Arctic Circle, Vietnam, England, Belgium, and Switzerland)…Free subscription sent to the presiding officer of any organization or club which appears to be in agreement with our editorial premises…Write the editor for details…Since last issue we have heard of about a dozen additional student organizations which oppose the initiation of physical force to resolve campus issues (Hawaii, San Diego, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grand Rapids, New York City, Miami, and Bozeman in Montana)…The 10 Jan 69 issue of Time magazine contains an essay entitled "The Case for a Volunteer Army"…and an article about Milton Friedman, leader of the "Chicago school" of economics…Illustrator, photographer, or graphic artist wanted: to design and execute covers beginning with our March issue…