By Iverson K.E.
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It rests, ideally, on all members of society being intelligent or at least having a notion, however primitive, of what democracy means. To keep hammering home the lesson - the task of anybody who cares, the duty of those who are in charge of the media of mass communication - is not an act of oppression: it is the administering of a prophylactic against oppression. We may even have to learn how to be a pre-Freudian society again. I may seem to be offering a naive solution to the eruptions of violence which are the fruit of political naivete.
As every hammerer at a typewriter knows, QWERTYUIOP is the blazon on the second bank of the keyboard from the top. I have earned my living with a typewriter for the last twenty-five years, and I have developed an affection for the instrument analogous to my love for my old Gaveau piano, which once belonged to Josephine Baker. But whereas a piano, once acquired, becomes a permanent article of furniture, typewriters break down irreparably and have to be replaced. Yet the old loved name - Qwert Yuiop - reappears and proclaims a continuity of identity, minimally modified when it gets into Italy or France and becomes Qzert Yuiop.
The goddess of the pastoral nomads and the hunters is a sharp-eyed mother, and the building of a pluralistic society in which cow's milk is drunk and mutton and venison eaten (though not, in Semitic societies, at the same meal) entails Nome kind of reconciliation of acute-sighted Artemis and the static blind mother too old to have a name. The eye has to be accepted, but with qualifications: some eyes ^re evil. Thus, anyway, I interpret the phenomenon, but this would be somewhat superficial - meaning insusceptible of grandiose holistic expres-nioii - for Mr di Stasi.