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Support letter from Rev. Letter from E. At the international level we have become virtually paranoid. The world is filled with dangerous people.
Every troublemaker across the globe is a communist.
Our obsession is in part the product of a fear generated by Joseph McCarthy. Indeed a black silence of fear possesses the nation and is causing us to jettison some of our libertarian traditions. Truman nurtured that fear. Johnson promoted it, preaching the doctrine that the people of the world want what we have and, unless suppressed, will take it from us.
That fear has made us all military experts — we all know what missiles to keep, what troop deployments to make, what overseas wars to search out and join.
William O. Douglas
Military strategy has indeed become dominant in our thinking; and the dominance of the military attitude has had a sad effect at home. Domestic issues also have aroused people as seldom before. The release of the Blacks from the residual institutions of slavery has filled many white communities with fear; and the backlash has had profound political consequences. The affluent society with its marketing mechanisms and its vivid television commercials has whetted the appetites of the poorest of the poor for the good things of the material world.
The spreading awareness of the impoverished conditions of humanity across the globe, and of the needless deprivations of the masses, has stirred even the illiterates to action. There have always been grievances and youth has always been the agitator. Why then is today different?
Why does dissent loom so ominously? Some attribute the current regime of dissent to provocateurs inspired by foreign interest.
The Soviets are accused by some; Peking is blamed by others. Yet, there can be no doubt that ideas of revolution have long been loose in the world. The concepts behind our revolution of spread overseas and greatly bothered more people than those who wore crowns. The French revolution of and its ideas of liberty, equality, and the right to resist oppression shook up the Establishment of that age. The theories of Marx and Lenin had an even greater world impact because of the arrival of the age of communications.
And the Maoist Chinese, with their very special competence in propaganda, have greatly exploited the weaknesses both in developing nations and in affluent societies. But the fact that communists may have provoked some of the present dissent in the United States is not, as some would have it, the end of the matter.
The voices are not communist, for those in rebellion see communism as an even more vicious form of a status quo. The merits must be voted up or voted down.
Douglas returned to Scotland, upon reaching his majority in , and immediately started to put his house in order. Edward Baliol used the opportunity to ravage the whole of the south of Scotland.
Douglas gathered his men and drove the English out from his ancestral lands of Douglasdale. Douglas led a raid there to eject him due to Baliol's forfeiture of those lands that had been made over to Sir James Douglas in This was the match that lit the fuse of years of resentment over Liddesdale's assumption of the Douglas patrimony, notwithstanding Liddesdale's murder of Sir Alexander Ramsay of Dalhousie which John of Fordun gives as a reason for the enmity between the men.
Douglas set upon Liddesdale and killed him. One of Douglas' captains, Sir William Ramsay of Dalhousie , was instructed to despoil the lands around Norham and burn the town in an effort to entice the garrison out to battle.Letter from R. Random House. Paramount Pictures, Inc. After graduating in with a B. Chapel Hill: