Back To The Land
 
 
 Gus takes aim at a beer can with his .22 in the eastern High Sierra near Mammoth lakes.
 
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from the Viet Nam War Writers' Symposium
 
 
    America invented Communism when they ran out of Indians . . .
    Communism is boring and does not work.  But if the federal government of the United States died, I'd dance on its grave.  I've joined the side of people against the side of governments.  I've gone back to the land.  When Americans lost touch with the land, we lost touch with reality.  We became television.  I don't want to be television.  I'd rather kill or be killed.
--from The Phantom Blooper
 
 
 
  
 
 
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