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To: Lt. Gen.(Ret.) W.G. "Jerry" Boykin Sir, I respectfully request your consideration of the works and effects of one Thomas E. Dewey with regards the insertion of Socialists Professors recruited from European Universities into the collegiate institutions of America. I believe, the erosion of our free market system and the socioeconomic formula of individual accountability and responsibility to contribute and participate to ones community and culture through personal initiative and entrepreneurship began its' demise - aided by the 'New Deal' fathered by Franklin D. Roosevelt - by their tainted mentoring. Thomas Dewey, I believe, was a closeted communist who sought the demise of this nations educational system under a ill conceived plan to 'enhance the cultural growth of the new generations of leaders and builders of America' (paraphrased). In effect, my precis interprets the results as the gradual dumbing down of the body politic with the omission and/or obfuscation of much of the historical fact, and foundational truths about the actions and incidents which are the elemental truths of 'The Great American Experiments' pursuit toward the inalienable right of Liberty and Freedom for all of its' citizens. Having upwards of 200 email contacts a decision to add a quote from Voltaire to all my outgoing email expressions was executed - the only comment received from that act was from a retired Teacher, who advised me to reconsider my insertion of the Voltaire quote less I encounter 'repercussions from an Agency of the Federal Government' I will not burden you with my reply, but rest assured it was one I believe, still being pondered. Thank you for your valued commitment and efforts to edify and rally the real American Citizen to be counted for God and Country. Be Safe, Be Healthy, always - is my prayer. In His Service, George P. Sarres
An ideal form of government is democracy tempered with assassination. Voltaire