• The First Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment rights in the United States Constitution were being violated in Albany again and again - freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, the equal protection of the laws - I could count at least 30 such violations. Yet the president, sworn to uphold the Constitution, and all the agencies of the United States government at his disposal, were nowhere to be seen.

    "You Can't Be Neutral on A Moving Train". Book by Howard Zinn (Ch. 4: "My Name is Freedom": Albany, Georgia), 1994.