I begin my reading of the Liberator on May 25, 2005, at the Boston Public Library. My hope is to read as much as possible over as long a time as it takes. I am not looking for any particular theme, but rather intend simply to let the great Lloyd speak to me from these pages, open to hear and see whatever is presented to me. An assumption I bring is that I may eventually want to find a way or ways to categorize his thought as it developed in relation to particular topics over months and years in the struggle. At this moment I do not want to presume how that may shape itself. I want simply to read, and listen, and perhaps enter into conversation with Lloyd.
OUR COUNTRY IS THE WORLD — OUR COUNTRYMEN ARE MANKIND