It's always good to know what is being said about us, we who are "no friends of the poor". The redundancy of their use of the term "anarchist" make me feel that I'm reading yellow journalist reports like those of a hundred years ago covering the Haymarket riots, another instance where "anarchist" violence although started by the cops, resulted in the blame and subsequent public execution of "anarchists". Years later the press found Sacco and Vanzetti, now Carlo Guiliani and the list goes on.
The New York Times
JUL 20, 2001
By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
Throughout history, successful social protest movements have had one thing in common