- Lowenfels, Walter
Americans for Peace
Whittier Press, Philadelphia, 1954, Wraps, , , Fair
8 pp. Wraps browning, some small tears, two large creases crossing through entire piece. Wraps say '' ''Peace on Earth . . .'' Half title says ''Americans for Peace.'' The author acknowledges Tu Fu, Chu Yuan and other Chinese masters as well as ''Letters to the Editors from newspapers in the United States in the early spring of 1954.'' (About the time he was convicted under the Smith Act.) ''Americans for Peace is Part II of American Voices.'' ''In South Jersey / the whippoorwills are gnawing at the trees, / the blueberry bushes are blossoming like moths / in the night. / The universe is filled with the banners of our armies / but even our generals' lies are forced to contain the truth: / peace is breaking out.''