Re: [sixties-l] Rights Issues and (Horowitz ad)

From: Ron Jacobs (
Date: Tue Mar 13 2001 - 08:12:50 EST

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    Actually, I beleive the Daily Cal is an independent paper and can print or
    not print whatever it feels like. Plus, he can print his diatribe in a
    myriad of other places that agree with his narrowminded bigotry...
    -ron j

    At 09:41 AM 03/12/2001 -0800, you wrote:
    >> on 03/09/2001 18:39, at wrote:
    >> Horowitz, on the other hand, is an individual,
    >> and has rights, even though leftists don't like
    >> him. Since college newspapers enjoy support
    >> from taxpayers' money, he has as much right
    >> to run an ad there as anyone else, and those
    >> who confiscate and burn newspapers which publish
    >> opinions they disagree with are no better than
    >> Nazis, even if they do call themselves "progressives."
    >> ~ Michael Wright
    >> Norman, Oklahoma
    >I have a working draft of why in the main I think the underlying
    >premise that only 'persons have rights' is flawed up at:
    >I also find it amusing how Horowitz has shifted from a
    >leftist puppet of his kommunist paymasters to a right
    >wing extremists - has he really changed, or has our
    >perceptions about how to bifurcate the space meandered
    >as he crawled further into the 'over thirty' crowd?
    >How far we clearly have not come since 'the sixties' with
    >resolving either who has rights, what they are, and how best
    >to deal with conflicts of opinions.

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