Lowenstein, Kate; Shapo, Marshall S.
November 1993
New Republic;11/29/93, Vol. 209 Issue 22, p7
Presents several letters to the editor in reference to the article "The Activist As Hero," published in the October 25, 2003 issue, regarding author John B. Judis's review of author William Chafe's biography of political activist Allard Lowenstein. Criticism of Judis's interpretation of one of Chafe's themes in the biography; Provocation of an indelible fragment of memory of Lowenstein's uncanny ability to inspire an audience.


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