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This discussion that began in our October issue under the heading “ The War Against the Young” continues unabated, a battle fortunately still confined to conventional weapons, ranging from the popgun to the five-syllable howitzer. This forceful counterblast to defenders of student demonstrators, from the pen of the distinguished philospher, teacher, and civil libertarian Sidney Hook, is given addition relevance by the latest explosions of violence and storm-trooper activities at San Francisco State and Professor Hook’s own base, NYU.