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Extremism In The Defense Of Liberty Is No Vice
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Each cover features a hand-drawn face inside the heart shape on the cover. Each illustration is unique and is loosely based on King Crimson's "In the Court of the Crimson King" album jacket. The first Teen-Beat release that was mass-produced. The "mastering session" actually took place on the night of February 23, 1985. The tape was not sold until a day or two later. The mastering took place outside during the evening of an unusually warm day on which the temperature soared above 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The two tracks by Section 25 were recorded by Mark Robinson at the.

To embrace extremism in defense of something is to at least flirt with the idea that violence isn’t out of the question. As Karl Hess noted in his memoirs, shortly after Goldwater delivered his famous speech, Malcolm X very logically connected extremism in defense of liberty to the idea of black Americans defending their rights by any means necessary.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Teenbeat (catalog number TEENBEAT 1). This album was released in 2009-08-27 year. US. Format of the release is. CDr, Reissue.

An. oderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue! Those words quickly became both famous and infamous. They resonated in a positive way with Conservative Republicans, who were beginning their long domination of the Republican Party. Nonetheless, the Democrats’ portrayal of Goldwater as an extremist nut was effective and helped Johnson win a landslide victory in the November 1964 presidential election. In the decades since then, Goldwater’s famous quote has also been misused to try to justify extreme positions or actions that bear little or no relation to what Goldwater actually believed or would have condoned. For example, when the Obamacare health insurance legislation was approved by Congress, a protester hurled a brick through the office window of the Monroe County Democratic Committee headquarters in Rochester, New.

My good friend and great Republican, Dick Nixon, and your charming wife, Pat; my running mate, that wonderful Republican who has served us so well for so long, Bill Miller and his wife, Stephanie; to Thurston Morton who's done such a commendable job in chairmaning this Convention; to Mr. Herbert Hoover, who I hope is watching; and to that-that great American and his wife, General and Mrs. Eisenhower; to my own wife, my family, and to all of my fellow Republicans here assembled, and Americans across.

And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue! - Barry Goldwater, Republican convention acceptance speech. Most of you will remember this in a slightly different form, and that is because. Most of you will remember this in a slightly different form, and that is because Barry Goldwater did not say the phrases in the way that his speechwriter wrote them. The phrases are remembered and quoted in the way in which they were written, Extremism in defense of liberty is no vice. Moderation in pursuit of justice is no virtue. They are quoted that way because this is easier to remember and more compact. Those lines have been quoted over and over by Tea Party members and later conservatives for the last several years

Barry Morris Goldwater (1 January 1909 – 29 May 1998) was an American senator from the . state of Arizona, and the . Republican Party's nominee for President in the 1964 election. I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue! Acceptance Speech as the 1964 Republican Presidential candidate

The chief difficulty with extremism in defense of liberty is no vice is that it pretty straightforwardly violates history’s most popular and plausible theory of virtues and vices. According to Aristotle, virtue is a mean between excess and deficiency. I happen to think Aristotle is basically right. There is a whiff of violence, or at least danger, about extremism. Extremists reject mainstream opinion, including mainstream opinion about acceptable political tactics. To embrace extremism in defense of something is to at least flirt with the idea that violence isn’t out of the question.

Tracklist

1 Unrest Time 3:10
2 Unrest Happy Song 2:37
3 Unrest Laughter 3:55
4 Unrest Lady Chatterly 1:32
5 Unrest Picnic At Hanging Rock 1:31
6 Unrest Straight Edge 0:39
7 Jeff Zitofsky Two 1:52
8 Thirsty Boys Psychic Highway 2:44
9 Thirsty Boys Watch Glass 3:27
10 Teenbeat Players Teenbeat Theme (Reprise) 0:34
11 Jeff Zitofsky Four 1:47
12 Jungle George & The Plague Jungle George Theme 0:44
13 Jungle George & The Plague Idle Hands, Idle Time 2:25
14 Jungle George & The Plague Salt Peanuts 2:11
15 Jungle George & The Plague YabbaDabbaDoo 1:50
16 Fred & Ginger Wild Thing 2:19
17 Fred & Ginger Batman's Theme 1:25
18 Fred & Ginger Extremism... 1:31
19 Fred & Ginger The Hilltop, Part 5 2:57
20 Section 25 Ten 3:21
21 Section 25 Inspiration 2:53
22 Teenbeat Players Teenbeat Theme 1:58

Credits

  • Producer – Andrew Riley, Mark Robinson

Notes

this tape is dedicated to the memory of better times.
love is the beginning of happiness. the loss of it is the end of happiness.
Liebe Amour Amore

Feb. 23, 1985 in Andrew's backyard.

A Teenbeat Original reissue.

Tracklist

A1 Unrest Time 3:10
A2 Unrest Happy Song 2:37
A3 Unrest Laughter 3:55
A4 Unrest Lady Chatterly 1:32
A5 Unrest Picnic At Hanging Rock 1:31
A6 Unrest Straight Edge 0:39
A7 Jeff Zitofsky Two 1:52
A8 Thirsty Boys Psychic Highway 2:44
A9 Thirsty Boys Watch Glass 3:27
A10 Teenbeat Players Teenbeat Theme (Reprise) 0:34
B1 Jeff Zitofsky Four 1:47
B2 Jungle George & The Plague Jungle George Theme 0:44
B3 Jungle George & The Plague Idle Hands, Idle Time 2:25
B4 Jungle George & The Plague Salt Peanuts 2:11
B5 Jungle George & The Plague YabbaDabbaDoo 1:50
B6 Fred & Ginger Wild Thing 2:19
B7 Fred & Ginger Batman's Theme 1:25
B8 Fred & Ginger Extremism... 1:31
B9 Fred & Ginger The Hilltop, Part 5 2:57
B10 Section 25 Ten 3:21
B11 Section 25 Inspiration 2:53
B12 Teenbeat Players Teenbeat Theme 1:58

Credits

  • Producer – Andrew Riley, Mark Robinson

Notes

this tape is dedicated to the memory of better times.
love is the beginning of happiness. the loss of it is the end of happiness.
Liebe Amour Amore

68 original cassettes made.
10 re-issue cassettes made (ca.1997).

Each cover features a hand-drawn face inside the heart shape on the cover. Each illustration is unique and is loosely based on King Crimson's "In the Court of the Crimson King" album jacket.

The first Teen-Beat release that was mass-produced.

The "mastering session" actually took place on the night of February 23, 1985. The tape was not sold until a day or two later. The mastering took place outside during the evening of an unusually warm day on which the temperature soared above 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

The two tracks by Section 25 were recorded by Mark Robinson at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C.

Like the majority of the early Teen-Beat cassette releases, virtually all of the sales were made at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia to fellow students.