Here is an arms-control plan, based on a new nuclear strategy, that requires no negotiations, no treaties, and no verification—a plan that the United States and its allies, taking arms control into their own hands, can implement unilaterally, thereby immediately reducing the risk of a nuclear confrontation.
The Court’s decision in the historic Bakke case was complex and ambiguous. What now are the prospects for racial fairness in the nation’s universities?
The case revolves around one white man’s claim that he was discriminated against in favor of blacks, but far more is at stake in the deliberations now getting under way before the Supreme Court of the United States. Is America ever really going to be the Land of Opportunity for all its citizens?
The economic problems of American colleges and universities, though immense, are soluble. “The heart of the matter today is political,” says the president of the Ford Foundation, and the requirement is nothing less than “the reshaping of the political process'’ in higher education. A graduate of Yale, Mr. Bundy taught government and was dean of the faculty of arts and sciences at Harvard before serving Presidents Kennedy and Johnson in the White House.
"God and Man at Yale, written by William F. Buckley, Jr., is a savage attack on that institution as a hotbed of 'atheism' and 'collectivism.' I find the book is dishonest in its use of facts, false in its theory, and a discredit to its author."