A dark past revived under America’s Radical-in-Chief.
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How Richard Barager’s novel provides a powerful historical context to the critical moral choice awaiting us in November.
Founded in January 2006, the “new” Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) derives its name, inspiration, and mission from the original SDS of the 1960s. The new SDS consists of more than 150 chapters based in high schools, colleges, universities, and cities across the United States. Describing itself as “a radical, multi-issue student and youth organization,” SDS’s goal is to initiate “a broad-based, deep-rooted, […]