Our appearance was certainly not ignored, nor are different opinions backing on our meiits and demerits, as the letter pages show. We think readers will note technical improvement in this issue, which also gives a little more opportunity to get the “feel” of the magazine. Despite the wishes of some and the fears of others, ALR lays no claim to be spokesman for all the Australian left. However, ALR does aim to serve the left as a whole, in the belief requirement for the achievement of tshoacti aali spmri mine this country is a consensus of views and action among these forces.
Recommended CitationDixon, R., Editorial - ALR 2, Australian Left Review, 1(2), 1966, 1-2.