The Student Movement vs. . . . Mark Starr?

from “The Students Take Over

by Kenneth Rexroth

Not only did the New Revolt of Youth become the hottest domestic copy in years, but it reached the ears of all the retired and semiretired and comfortably fixed pie-card artists of every lost and every long-since-won cause of the labor and radical movements. Everybody shouted, “Myself when young!” and pitched in with application blanks. The AFL-CIO sent out a well-known leader of the Esperanto movement who reported that the kids were muddled and confused and little interested in the trade-union movement which they, mistakenly in his opinion, thought of as morally compromised.

SOURCE: Rexroth, Kenneth. “The Students Take Over,” The Nation, 2 July 1960. Reprinted in Assays (1961) and World Outside the Window: Selected Essays of Kenneth Rexroth (1987).

Mark Starr (1894-1985): Workers' Educationist

"Mark Starr: Socialist Educator": Interview with Martin Lawn

"A Pioneer in Workers' Education: Mark Starr and Workers' Education in Great Britain" by Ronda Hauben

"Organized Labor and the Dewey Philosophy" by Mark Starr

"La Filozofio de Jozefo Ditsgen" de Mark Starr

Usona Mozaiko” (1968) de Mark Starr

Mark Starr in East Africa & Bulgaria (News Clippings, 1963)

Esperanto and Labour (by Mark Starr)

Esperanto & Laborista Movado / Esperanto & the Labor Movement

Esperanto Study Guide / Esperanto-Gvidilo


Mark Starr @ Ĝirafo

The Semantics of Invention: Translation into Esperanto
by Humphrey Tonkin

Communism and an International Language by Mark Starr

A Worker Looks At History by Mark Starr

A Worker Looks At History

Mark Starr (1894-1985) « Family Connections

Mark Starr - Vikipedio

Guide to the Mark Starr Photographs 1944-1955

See also: Guide to the Harry Wellington Laidler Photographs 1893-1968 (Bulk [1950-1960]) Photographs 009

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