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Re: ULT & B. Wadia

Nov 12, 1997 08:36 PM
by Bart Lidofsky

Dr. A.M.Bain wrote:
> It seems confusing to me, if indeed there is no kind of constitutional
> basis for it at all.  At least with Thesosophy International (which
> clearly shares the desire for individual freedom) there is a written
> "Statement of Intent."  Maybe ULT has something similar, and one of the
> members thereof could advise us of it?

	There is a ULT branch in New York City which has a bookshop, a library,
an active schedule of meetings, advertises in major newspapers (but
never charges for public meetings), and where they recite rehearsed
pre-written speeches with rehearsed questions and rehearsed answers (if
you ask a question that is not part of the script, you will get thrown
out). I find it hard to believe that an anarchical organization can run
such a thing, or that the State or City of New York would allow such an
organization to own land and buidlings.

	Bart Lidofsky

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