American Students Act in Their Oldest and Most Honored Traditions
by Robert L. West
Excerpt of an address delivered at the Second World Student Congress of the International Union of Students as spokesman of the NSA. The event took place after the outbreak of the Korean War. Dominated by delegations hostile to America's entry into the war, the message, "the unity of all the students of the world within a progressive and democratic international union of students," was rebuffed.