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April 12, 2006

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andrew

Libertarian?! Victor Lundberg?

jima

Sorry, I was just using Ken's terminology, when he called Lundberg's album "1960's Libertarian recitations."

BenT

Victor Lundberg was a spokesman for the Libertarian Party in the 1960s.

His entire album "An Open Letter" is available at my blog
"These Records are BenT!"
here's a permalink URL:

http://bentrecords.blogspot.com/2006/04/victor-lundberg-open-letter.html#comments

David

Here's another version, from a cheapie cover song album, "Twelve Top Hits," that also featured covers such as Daydream Believer and 98.6. I like this one cause the guy ("Bobby Sims")sounds like Elvis.

http://home.pacbell.net/davidmin/bobbysims.mp3

David

andrew

I used to have this record, had no idea he was involved with the Libertarian party; he just sounds like an exceptionally stupid Republican.

Brenda

I knew who Victor Lundberg was...I used the term 'Senator' sarcastically in my e-mail to Ken, BTW. One thing escapes me, though: if he was such a hardhat, why did he give his son his blessing to grow his hair? Didn't he realize that it didn't have the same meaning as during the Revolutionary or Civil Wars?

James

LUNDBURG A LIBERTARIAN? NOT TRUE.

Above it is claimed that Lundburg was "a spokesman for the Libertarian Party in the 1960s." IMPOSSIBLE.

1) The Libertarian Party was founded in 1971, so Lundburg could hardly have been it's "spokesman," as claimed above, unless he had access to a time machine.

2.) Libertarians vehemently oppose the draft. Lundburg's pro-draft position is no more libertarian than laissez faire capitalism is a core tenet of Marxism.

Lundburg's bizarre works express a conservative, reactionary, right wing view. But not a libertarian (or Libertarian) one.

James W. Harris

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