Re: [sixties-l] Re: heil freedom

From: William Mandel (
Date: Sun Feb 17 2002 - 20:43:31 EST

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    To say that ANYTHING can be scarier than the Cuban Missile Crisis means
    to regard nuclear winter and annihilation of most forms of life as
    figments of the imagination. So long as any countries retain the means
    of bringing that about it (as the U.S. and Russia still do), avoiding
    nuclear war must be Priority No. 1. Hitler's aggressiveness and
    unbounded cruelty brought about the deaths of about two per cent of the
    human race, not a hundred per cent.
                                                                    William Mandel wrote:
    > I did not know the citation from Mein Kampf, but certainly it's
    > scaringly parallel. The wonderful poster has pointed up what I think
    > so many of us are feeling--that Bush seems to be using A.H.'s tactics
    > as a drawing-board. One doesn't have to believe conspiracy theories re
    > the September attack--extreme and violent reaction to violence is of
    > course part of what builds rightwing totalitarianism. And now we're
    > to do Iraq? And then Iran, N. Korea? Then? Tomorrow the w., if we
    > leave any of it?
    > As one friend says, this is far scarier than the Cuban Crisis. Even.
    > Paula


    ======================================================== My autobiography, SAYING NO TO POWER (Creative Arts, Berkeley, 1999), was written for the general reader. However, if you teach in the social sciences consider it for student reading. It is a history of how the American people fought to defend and expand its rights in my lifetime, employing the form of the life story of one who was involved in most serious movements: labor, student, peace, civil rights South and North, civil liberties (I seriously damaged the Senate Internal Security Committee, the McCarthy Committee, and the House Un-American Activities Committee with spectacular testimonies that may be heard/seen on my website, ), the RADIO OF DISSENT (37 YEARS ON PACIFICA), with very extensive information on its history) and the feminist movement, although I am male. The book contains some fifty pages on my late wife, Tanya, appearing appropriately throughout the book. They may be found in the index under Mandel, Tanya. My activities began in 1927. I am 84. The book is available through all normal sources. If you want an autographed copy, send me $23 at 4466 View Pl., Apt. 106, Oakland, CA. 94611 ========================================================

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