On Tue, 21 Jul 1998 11:43:13 -0500 Carrol Cox
<cbcox at rs6000.cmp.ilstu.edu> writes:
>I belong to four maillists (actually 6, but the other 2 aren't
>hear): lbo, marxism, leninist-international, and marxism-feminism. I
>would not want Brad on the last two of these (nor, I am reasonably
>would he care to be on them). I would be indifferent to his presence
>marxism unless too many subscribers on that list found it difficult to
>resist flaming him, in which case he would be a disruption.
>But surely there needs to exist a list in which marxists can co-exist
>with, occasionally clash with, non-marxists such as Brad. As far as I
>can tell, he does not engage in red baiting: that is, he does not
>that a proposition is wrong just because its author is a communist.
>Hence he does not poison the wells of discourse here. One can at times
>learn from him; at other times ignore him. He is *certainly* not a
>or a L... or a K...: each of them exists *only* to spread noise on
>whatever lists they post to. Brad has never done that, and I don't
>occasionally being reminded of intelligently held stupid positions on
>I think those who are objecting to Brad's presence are the disrupters
>here, not Brad.
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