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Reality Check for Former Judge Margaret H. Marshall:

Psychological Denial in U.S. is Costing Us Everything

On June 52013, on National Public Radio (NPR), former Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice, Margaret H. Marshall, compared freedom in her South African-born country with liberties in the U.S.  She said "What I experienced for the first time was a recognition that one could question ... the government, as my American family did every day after we listened to Walter Cronkite," Marshall said in an interview with NPR. "I think I learned more about South Africa during that year in Wilmington, Del., than I had learned in my entire life."

It's true you cannot "yet" be taken to jail for questioning the gov'mt in the U.S. But Cobble's one-page note, below, enlightens Ms. Marshall that we are far from being free in the U.S. AND MOREOVER, that the "contradictions" between our claims of freedom and the "practice of not being free" is costing this nation "everything."

The following flyer information was attached to the above letter to Ms. Marshall: