The Black Panthers and State Murder

I just saw the movie, The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, and I recommend it, not just because it’s an accurate (as far as I can tell) description of the Black Panthers party/movement but, even more importantly, because it demonstrates how far the US government will go–including state murder–when it perceives its most basic interests are threatened. In this respect, the US government is the same as any other government: every government does whatever it considers necessary to protect its interests.

About georgebeam

George Beam is an educator and author. The perspectives that inform his interpretations of the topics of this blog–-as well as his other writings and university courses -–are system analysis, behaviorism, and Internet effects. Specific interests include quality management, methodology, and politics. He is Associate Professor Emeritus, Department of Public Administration; Affiliated Faculty, Department of Political Science; and, previously, Head, Department of Public Administration, University of Illinois at Chicago
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