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26 The challenge was how to translate that transformation into a constructive, collective reality. One might have called Hill a pragmatic existentialist. He thought that people made their own realities but that those realities were negotiable. He derived much of this passionate credo from his reading of Søren Kierkegaard, the nineteenth-century religious philosopher with whom he closely identified for most of his life. Page 8 Later Pacifica literature would claim that Hill drew his ideas primarily from Gandhian or Quaker thought.
Page 8 Later Pacifica literature would claim that Hill drew his ideas primarily from Gandhian or Quaker thought. " 27 In his brief life as a writer, Kierkegaard had posed a single startling question: if God were to suddenly appear, how would one know it was God? Here, Kierkegaard warned, lay the truly radical aspect of Christianity. One did not find evidence of God's existence in external reality but in one's desire for God and for higher meaning. God and godly qualities such as love lay hidden from humanity.
94 Hill did not feel comfortable directing criticism at the Glendora strikers, but, nonetheless, in November 1946, he and John Lewis published an "Open Letter" about their struggle. Hill and Lewis charged that the Glendora pacifists had become too preoccupied with protesting the conditions at their camp. " As the American people clamored for demobilization, the military lobbied to create a permanent draft. Was it any wonder that pacifist delegations appealing the Glendora case in Washington had met with sympathy from "liberals," who obviously wanted to know how to make CPS more palatable to the leaders of the pacifist movement and its sympathizers?
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