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My response was, perhaps predictably given the touchiness of my email system, 
deleted by the internet. Here is the message I received:
The following message to <marxism@lists.csbs.utah.edu> was undeliverable.
The reason for the problem:
5.3.0 - Other mail system problem 550-'maximum allowed line length is 998 
octets, got 1054'
Of course no message was "following". I will try to respond again. Wythe

> On May 11, 2020 at 11:16 AM Louis Proyect <l...@panix.com 
> mailto:l...@panix.com > wrote:
>     On 5/11/20 10:51 AM, wytheh...@cox.net mailto:wytheh...@cox.net wrote:
>         > > I moved from liberalism to radicalism in my 30s. I am still a 
> radical.
> >         People still treat me as though I escaped from a mental institution.
> >         Wythe Holt
> > 
> >     >     Wythe is too modest to mention his background so I will do it for 
> > him.
>     It makes his transition all the more interesting.
>     Wythe Holt
>     Professor Holt served on the Law School Faculty [of the University of
>     Alabama] from 1966 through 2005. He received his B.A. from Amherst
>     College and his J.D. and Ph.D. (in American history) from the University
>     of Virginia. In law school he was elected to Order of the Coif and
>     served as Virginia Editor of the Virginia Law Review. Within the
>     Alabama Law School, Professor Holt received one of the first four Chairs
>     awarded, and is now University Research Professor of Law Emeritus.
>     Professor Holt taught and published in the fields of federal
>     jurisdiction, conflict of laws, trusts and estates, and future
>     interests, while his primary field of teaching and publication was
>     American legal history, particularly the history of American labor law.
>     In retirement his chief production has included books on the Whiskey
>     Rebellion of 1794, the early history of the American federal court
>     system, and a Civil War battle which took place near his hometown of
>     Hampton, Virginia. At the University of Alabama, Professor Holt also
>     taught or co-taught courses in the English, History, American Studies,
>     African-American Studies (as it was then), New College, and Criminal
>     Justice departments of the College of Arts and Sciences. He served as a
>     visiting professor at the law schools of George Washington University,
>     West Virginia University, and the University of Miami, and was a
>     visiting member of the faculty of history at the University of Virginia.
>     He has also served as a visiting lecturer or professor at Mekelle
>     University in Ethiopia, Fribourg University in Switzerland, and the
>     Australian National University in Canberra.
>     Professor Holt was a founding member and early Secretary of the American
>     Society for Legal History. He has served as Secretary of the Southwest
>     Labor Studies Association and as a member of the American Legal Studies
>     Association. He also served in the University of Alabama Faculty Senate
>     for many years, being elected its President for one term by his peers 
> there.
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