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The Political is Personal, Endnotes By: David Horowitz
FrontPageMagazine.com | Friday, November 10, 2006


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ENDNOTES:

[1] Bettina Aptheker, Intimate Politics: How I Grew Up Red, Fought For Free Speech, And Became A Feminist Rebel, 2006, p. 13.

[2] Op. cit., p. 55

[3] Op. cit., p. 296

[4] Op. cit., p. 4. There is of course a large literature challenging the very existence of “recovered memory” such as Aptheker is claiming. Cf. Frederick Crews, “The Revenge of the Repressed,” parts I and II in Crews, Follies of the Wise, 2006, pp. 91 et seq. In composing this portrait, I have suspended judgment on this issue because what is germane is not the truth of the memory but the use to which Bettina Aptheker puts it.

[5] Op. cit., p. 27

[6] Op. cit., p. 2

[7] Op. cit., p. 527

[8] Ibid.

[9] Op. cit. pp. 531-2

[10] Aptheker, op. cit., p. 539

[11] Op. cit., p. 34

[12] Op. cit., p. 47

[13] Op. cit.,S p. 21. For my recollections of this, cf. Radical Son, 1997

[14] Op. cit., p. 22

[15] Op. cit., p. 23

[16] Op. cit., p. 384

[17] Op. cit., pp. 17-18

[18] Op. cit., pp. 52-3

[19] Ibid.

[20] Op. cit., p. 34

[21] Op. cit., p. 27

[22] Op. cit., p 28

[23] Op. cit., p. 54

[24] Op. cit., p. 20

[25] Op. cit., p. 21

[26] Op. cit., p. 27

[27] Op. cit., p. 23

[28] Op. cit., p. 99

[29] Op. cit., p. 110

[30] Op. cit., p. 107

[31] Op. cit., p. 108

[32] Op. cit., p. 114

[33] Op. cit., p. 121

[34] Op. cit., p. 115

[35] Op. cit., p. 116

[36] Op. cit., p. 117

[37] Op. cit., p. 118

[38] Ibid.

[39] Ibid.

[40] Op. cit., p.115

[41] Op. cit., p. 119

[42] Ibid.

[43] Op. cit., p. 128

[44] Even Aptheker’s account concedes this, pp. 126-7; 165. I have discussed the Free Speech Movement in Uncivil Wars: The Controversy Over Reparations for Slavery, 2001

[45] Op. cit., p. 131

[46] Op. cit., p. 174

[47] Op. cit., pp. 176 et seq

[48] Op. cit., p. 179

[49] Op. cit., pp. 193-4

[50] Op. cit., p. 207

[51] Op. cit., p. 187

[52] Op. cit., p. 186

[53] Op. cit., p. 55

[54] Op. cit., p. 209

[55] Op. cit, p. 454

[56] Op. cit., pp. 236-7

[57] An account of Jackson’s prison career can be found in James Carr, Bad, 2002. Carr was a member of Jackson’s prison gang and the Black Panther Party. When he was released he served as Huey Newton’s bodyguard until he himself was murdered, many suspect by Newton.

[58] Gregory Armstrong, The Dragon Has Come, 1974; Jo Durden-Smith, Who Killed George Jackson? 1976. On Jackson’s criminal prison activities – also concealed by Aptheker – see James Carr, op. cit.

[59] Op. cit., p. 245

[60] Aptheker, Op. cit., p. 246

[61] Op. cit., p. 273

[62] Op. cit., p. 248

[63] Op. cit., p. 261

[64] Op. cit., p. 329

[65] Op. cit., p. 283

[66] Op. cit., pp. 282-3

[67] Op. cit., p. 287

[68] Op. cit., p. 297

[69] Op. cit., p. 301

[70] Op. cit., p. 313

[71] Op. cit., p. 337

[72] Ibid.

[73] Op. cit., p. 345

[74] Ibid.

[75] Op. cit., p. 346

[76] Author’s interview with Page Smith, cf. Collier and Horowitz, Destructive Generation, 1989, p. 174.

[77] Op. cit., p. 347

[78] Op. cit. p. 373

[79] Op. cit., pp. 347-8

[80] Ibid.

[81] Op. cit., p. 350

[82] Bettina Aptheker, Women’s Legacy: Essays on Race, Sex, and Class, University of Massachussets Press, 1982, p. 133-134.

[83] Aptheker, Intimate Politics, pp. 351-2

[84] Op. cit., p. 392

[85] Ibid.

[86] Op. cit., p. 403

[87] Ibid.

[88] Op. cit., p. 403

[89] Op. cit., p. 406

[90] Op. cit. p. 437

[91] Op. cit., p. 408

[92] Op. cit., p. 404

[93] Op. cit., p. 405

[94] Op. cit., p. 406

[95] Op. cit., p. 473

[96] Op. cit., p. 438

[97] Op. cit., p.480

[98] Op. cit., pp. 500-1

[99] Op. cit., pp. 522, 524

[100] Op. cit., p. 524

[101] Op. cit., p. 525

[102] Op. cit., p. 505

[103] Op. cit., p. 495

[104] Op. cit., p. 498

 

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David Horowitz is the founder of The David Horowitz Freedom Center and author of the new book, One Party Classroom.


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