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A Phantom jet streaked close by—much to the annoyance of the crew and regular passengers—but apart from that we saw nothing in the heavy clouds until the lights of Hanoi appeared below. .pdf (objeto application/pdf) Introductory Comment.
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We are witnesses. Our task is to make mankind bear witness to these terrible crimes and to unite humanity on the side of justice in Vietnam.’ With these words, Bertrand Russell opened the second session of the International War Crimes Tribunal, in November 1967. After Pinkville. The Menace of Liberal Scholarship. In a recent essay, Conor Cruise O'Brien speaks of the process of "counterrevolutionary subordination," which poses a threat to scholarly integrity in our own counterrevolutionary society, just as "revolutionary subordination," a phenomenon often noted and rightly deplored, has undermined scholarly integrity in revolutionary and post-revolutionary situations.
He observes that "power in our time has more intelligence in its service, and allows that intelligence more discretion as to its methods, than ever before in history," and suggests that this development is not altogether encouraging, since we have moved perceptibly towards the state of "a society maimed through the systematic corruption of its intelligence. " He urges that "increased and specific vigilance, not just the elaboration of general principles, is required from the intellectual community toward specific growing dangers to its integrity. "1 The impact of professionalization is also clear.
Several years ago Seymour M. In Defense of the Student Movement. On Resistance. Several weeks after the demonstrations in Washington, I am still trying to sort out my impressions of a week whose quality is difficult to capture or express.
Perhaps some personal reflections may be useful to others who share my instinctive distaste for activism, but who find themselves edging toward an unwanted but almost inevitable crisis. For many of the participants, the Washington demonstrations symbolized the transition "from dissent to resistance. " I will return to this slogan and its meaning, but I want to make clear at the outset that I do feel it to be not only accurate with respect to the mood of the demonstrations, but, properly interpreted, appropriate to the present state of protest against the war. Mayday: The Case for Civil Disobedience.
May Day, living up to all expectations, got the worst reviews of any demonstration in history.
It was universally panned as the worst planned, worst executed, most slovenly, strident and obnoxious peace action ever committed. So wrote Mary McGrory, a perceptive columnist and long-time dove. But Mayday was not designed to win accolades in the press; rather it was designed to help end the war, a different purpose. The demonstrators, Miss McGrory wrote, many of whom "had shaved and spruced up for Eugene McCarthy…hope that the people will eventually make the connection between a bad war and a bad demonstration and they think they've provided an additional reason for getting out. They've introduced the element of blackmail into the situation. Secrets, Lies and Democracy. Year 501: Contents. Cocina macrobiótica - lacocinadeile 2º LIBROS NUEVOS. Rare Book Room - StumbleUpon. Free Classic AudioBooks. Digital narration for the 21st Century - StumbleUpon. Tolstói o Dostoievski - George Steiner.
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