AN INTENSE DEBATE is going on among a section of the activists in the anti-war movement. A notable feature of this debate is that it is confined to those activists who regard themselves as revolutionaries. The vast number of followers and supporters of the anti-war movement remain untouched by it. The debate centres around the aims and main slogans of the Moratorium movement. But in fact underlying it are differing concepts about the nature of the anti-war movement and about the movement for social change.
Recommended CitationTaft, Bernie, Debate in the Anti-War Movement, Australian Left Review, 1(30), 1971, 15-20.