Address Before the Jewish Theological Seminary of America at the Hotel Diplomat, Hollywood, Florida

February 28, 1966


Hollywood, FL

It is important to remember that though we must tolerate dissent which is patently wrong, we must strive to make our own dissent and criticism responsible. The right to speak carries with it a duty to be informed; to be ourselves reasonable; to propose constructive alternatives. For only criticism which is responsible can lead to the interplay of reason which brings truth to our public affairs.