Appreciation to Ted Morgan for forwarding this piece by Michael Albert to the
list. It has always been hard--yet a necessary strength--for our movements,
whether in the sixties or today, to stick with a generally nonviolent,
multi-encompassing focus that draws in, speaks to, a "diverse" multitude.
And the agitprop and creativity of the protests from Seattle on, like many in
the mid- and early-late- sixties, often do this best. Even as the violence
of the elite and its "cops" (in all senses) seeks to stifle and divide us.
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