[Marxism] The SLA and Patty Hearst [was "Weatherpeople"]
michael at ecst.csuchico.edu
Wed Jan 4 15:55:18 MST 2006
Mae Brussell was an interesting woman, but her conspiracy theories were
sometimes too much.
On Wed, Jan 04, 2006 at 05:41:21PM -0500, Michael Hoover wrote:
> >>> gitcheegumee at earthlink.net 01/03/06 4:17 PM >>>
> for a further elucidation of the SLA saga, you might considder the following link; not for "smoking documents," so much as for "smoking" insight, analysis and discussion:
> (from From the Berkeley Barb, April 19 - 25, 1974)
> noticed that above site also includes articles by same author that paul
> krassner published in _the realist_ back then, perhaps, that is where
> my long-time view that sla was 'set up' originated...
> on other hand, some info at above site is questionable, for example,
> having crossed a few political paths with russell little at university of
> florida prior to his going to california, i think some chronology re. him
> is incorrect (of course, it could be my memory that is faulty given how
> much time has passed)... michael hoover
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