"That truth should be silent I had almost forgot"--Enobarbus in ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, back in Rome after having been too long in Egypt.---------
Melville's PIERRE, Book 4, chapter 5: "Something ever comes of all persistent inquiry; we are not so continually curious for nothing."
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Cousins in trouble--David Dellinger
461 F. 2d 389 - In the Matter of David Dellinger et al
In the Matter of David DELLINGER et al., Appellants.
United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit.
Argued Feb. 9, 1972. Decided May 11, 1972. Leave to File Petition for Rehearing Denied July 6, 1972.
Leonard I. Weinglass, Morton Stavis, Newark, N. J.,
James Reif, Center for Constitutional Rights, New York City, William W.
Brackett, Thomas M. Haney, Stuart S. Ball, Chicago, Ill., Anthony G.
Amsterdam, Stanford, Cal., William M. Kunstler, Center for
Constitutional Rights, New York City, James B. Moran, Chicago, Ill.,
Arthur Kinoy, Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, N. J., Doris
Peterson, Center for Constitutional Rights, Helene E. Schwartz, New York
City, Thomas P. Sullivan, Chicago, Ill., for appellant.
This is the man who had no idea that the real radicals in his family were the North Carolina Dellingers.