Thanks to Howard Zinn for that description of the Camden trial. It brought
tears to my eyes, though I've heard--and offered--more sixties memories than
is necessarily productive. And real hope--like, oh my God, yes there was a
time when people stood and sang, together against the war. People, I fear Mr.
Bush soon needs an "incident" to go his next phase; and I fear, too, what
plans for smallpox vaccination imply--because it's hard to think a nation
without vaccines would spread such a deadly airborne disease. It's a moment
we need every bit of hope to continue fighting this growing war--I remember
how helpless we felt in, say, 1965, and this is worse. So thank you, again.
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