At 08:03 PM 3/7/2004, you wrote:


I'm not sure I follow your first attempt at deconstruction.

I am interested in the linkage you're making between the war and the
"counterculture".  Although there seem to be some significant
connections, I'm pretty certain that the slide toward this studied
irresponsibility popularized as "freedom" started prior to the Vietnam

I suppose there have always been people like this.  In the decade
following WWII, I think they were called "beatniks".  These folks had a
hold on San Francisco long before Vietnam started.

Don't forget the influence of the Marxist inspired "cultural revolution."

Steven Montgomery

Moscow's Strategy. . . The dialectic of this offensive consists of a calculated shift from the old, discredited Soviet practice to a new, "liberalized" model, with a social democratic Facade, to realize the communist planners strategy for establishing a United Europe. At the beginning they introduced a variation of the 1968 Czechoslovakian 'democratization.' At a later phase they will shift to a variation of the Czechoslovakian takeover of 1948. -----Anatoliy Golitsyn, _New Lies for Old_, 1984

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