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HANDSHAKE. COLLEGE CAMPUSES USED TO BE CENTERS FOR MOVEMENT AND SOCIAL
PROTEST: TODAY, THEY ARE HAVENS FOR THE BOUGALOO, BIT WHIST, AND
BOONE'S FARM. A GREAT DEAL OF TODAY'S LONG HAIR SEEMS TO BE CAMOFLAGE
FOR YESTERDAY'S RED NECKS.

IT WAS FRIGHTENING IN 1972 TO HEAR THOSE WHO HID IN THE SOMETIME
SAFETY AND TEMPORARY SANCTUARY OF THE COLLEGE CAMPUS CALL FOR THE
ELECTION OF GEORGE WALLACE AS A MEANS OF "HAIGHTENING THE CONTRADICTIONS"
AND THEREBY HASTENING THE REVOLUTION. THAT'S QUITE FINE IN INFANTILE
CAMPUS REVOLUTIONARY THEORY, BUT IT'S BLACK PEOPLES' CONTRADICTIONS
THAT ARE BEING HASTENED, NOT THEIRS.

IT IS DISTURBING WHEN PEOPLE WHO COULD SPEND THEIR TIME REGISTERING
VOTERS OR ORGANIZING THE UNORGANIZED SPEND THEIR TIME IN ESOTERIC DEBATE
ABOUT THE RELATIVE REVISIONISM OF THE LATE HO CHI MINH.

THERE IS A RATHER LARGE JOB TO BE DONE.

IT MAY WELL SUCCEED, BUT IT CANNOT BE ATTEMPTED BY PEOPLE WHO

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