Understanding Wisconsin

The story of the “communist putsch” in Wisconsin, as a correspondent described it, is complicated, with each of the many news articles on the subject jumping into one particular aspect of it, as though it were assumed that the reader knew the whole background. This makes it difficult to get a view of the entire picture. If anyone has seen an article that covers the Wisconsin event in narrative fashion from the beginning to the present, covering all the main aspects as they unfolded, that would be very helpful.

UPDATE: While no such “all-in-one” article has been forthcoming, a good way to get an overview is to read through the articles collected by Drudge, which I copied here. So far I’ve read 11 of the 17 pieces in the collection, and it is worth the time.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at February 19, 2011 04:37 PM | Send

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