In a message dated 09/29/2001 11:22:20 AM Central Daylight Time,
> Today Horowitz' full-page ad bashing the Vietnam-era antiwar movement
> appeared in The Oklahoma Daily.
> He claims that many antiwar activists (himself included) of that time
> "crossed the line between dissent and treason." He doesn't say exactly
> where the "line" is.
> The ad looks like a subtle call for pro-war militants to conduct a campaign
> of intimidation against those of us who might "cross the line" today.
> Has anyone posted any online rebuttals to this?
> -- Michael Wright
I would have but (1) there is no point in arguing with Horowitz, as he is a
revolving door when it comes to argument, and (2) for the most part, he
didn't say anything new or, to be honest, worth arguing about. Besides, when
has a "pro-war militant" (as you call them) EVER understood a subtle call for
anything? Those who are against war have a right to protest as do those who
are in favor of responding militarily. Sorry, but I just don't see the point
on this one.
Brad L. Duren
Instructor of History
Oklahoma Panhandle State University
213 Hamilton Hall
Goodwell, Oklahoma 73939
work phone: 580-349-1498
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