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Emergency? ) opens with the assertion that one in three West Germans believes the situation in 1960 comparable with 1933. The reason, says Meinhof, is that professors are losing their jobs and status now as they did then (“Deutschland 1960 — jeder Dritte vergleicht es mit dem Deutschland von 1933 . . 22 “Professors” should be singular, not plural: there was at the time no other case in point except Riemeck (the Radikalenerlaß, a law excluding political radicals from public service professions, was not passed until 1972).
Indd Sec1:23 8/24/2009 6:17:29 PM 24 FIGHTING TALK (1959–69) Wuppertal — she was effectively relieved of her duties. 14 Schütz’s reasoning had a context. Riemeck was at the forefront of the left-wing peace movement, and where left-wingers saw remilitarization as a step back in the direction of imperialism and therefore as tendentially fascist, the right argued that opponents of nuclear armament were in the pockets of the communist East, looking to leave the Republic defenseless against communist expansion.
In 1960 Meinhof rode into battle for Riemeck, and now she was back on her rhetorical charger for West German television’s Panorama presenter Fest, who had criticized the emergency laws — still, in 1966, in the planning stages — on his show in early June. He was subsequently relieved of his duties by the state television channel ARD. ” she asked then, only to answer her own rhetorical question: “No — the only new thing is that such methods of interaction between the power of the state and its people are being called democracy” (“Soldaten gegen Arbeiter — Soldaten im Einsatz zum Schutz der inneren Ordnung — Soldaten gegen Zivilisten — ist das neu in Deutschland?