#Cyberpeacefare #Knight-Errants #Henry T. Yost Sr.

"Someday we must see that freedom for the intellectual is not in acquiring better furniture, is not in being a success, is not in being pampered, is not even in being left alone. Our freedom lies in doing battle with giants, wherever we may find them. We cannot be the New Men - a part of the establishment.  We must be Knights-Errant and like Don, be willing to attempt the impossible - for that is the only freedom..............."

(Henry Yost, Biology Professor, Amherst College; Address to the entering Freshman Class.  Wonder if Political Science Professors would agree ?  Any Comments on Don Quixote Model ? )  CyberPeaceGadfly

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