1963. unbound. 2 pages, 11 x 8.5 inches, New York, February 1, 1963. Written by the six-time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of America on a broad variety of topics, ranging from science and education to the brotherhood of humanity, in part: "...It is disappointing to see some recent figures concerning the fact that the number of college students seriously interested in science, mathematics, teaching, and even medicine, which is a very prosperous profession, is declining rather than rising...There are many issues in the world but to my mind the two greatest in the U.S are the realization of the brotherhood that Christianity and the Declaration of Independence assume between the races and the finding of alternatives to war in the nuclear age. On this the life of our age depends..." Natural folds; several small handwritten corrections. Very good condition.