Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 25, No. 3. 1962.
Sir.—In your Editorial "A Stab at the Right" you state that all those students supporting the S.G.M. are part of Mr. Dwyer's "herd", and infer that all are of anarchist leanings.
I will categorically state that I have never been in sympathy with Mr. Dwyer's beliefs and have no immediate prospect of joining his association. I moved one of the motions for the S.G.M. on my own motivation, not because Dwyer wanted me to. It may be of interest to inform you that, on many occasions, I have taken violent issue with anarchist opinions and have no sympathy with their movement.
It might pay you in future to investigate the situation before dashing off what was, after all, an irresponsible editorial.—I am, etc.
Robin J. Bromby.