Hicks Analyzes Tend in America's Radical Writing

Former Communist Is Dubious About Economic Future of U.S.

"I think one can say with one assurance that leftist literature has come of age," said Granville Hicks '23, former Counsellor in American History, in a talk last night at the Dunster House Forum.

"If prosperity shall be restored, I believe that you will see a sharp decline in leftist literature," he declared. "But if you expect the whole economic system to disintegrate further, I think that radical writing will increase in stature."