Vol. 34 No. 1 1967 - page 63

is not to speak of the damage Johnson's extreme and unnecessary overt–
ness has done to the very concept of the United Nations.
Your remaining questions. Concrete economic problems like that of
inflation are not within the competence of any literary intellectual I
know, certainly not within mine. I'd only be communicating my ignorant
alarm. I also have no competence in prophecy. I could wish, though,
that I had saved space for comment upon the activities of young people
today beyond merely stating my belief that there are few aspects of the
contemporary disturbances of youth in which the parent generation fails
to conspire, whether in manifest or hidden ways. Many of the forms taken
by their idealism are more their own, and I am all for them.
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