Book: AIDS & The Doctors of Death by Alan Cantwell by MICHAEL RICONOSCUITO
It will be best to begin with my own preoccupations, concerns which drive to the heart of democratic principles presumably engendered within our Democratic Republic.
Our great Democratic Republic is under assault by incredible forces of power mongering elitists, driven by coalitions of extreme personal wealth and various institutions.
My own personal pre-occupation of certain 'institutionalisms' has been following the unbelievable course of "AIDS," as it germinated from mere rumors and whisperings within select communities most devastated; as conscious appeals were made to those persons most disenfranchised, who unwittingly gave themselves over to freely participate in a noble cause so that, ostensibly, a vaccine for Hepatitis-B could be developed.
For them, for those persons who so generously gave of their trust, that noble cause was to become their own hellish nightmare of duplicity, deceit, lies and ongoing cover-ups.
In 1978 and 1979, in New York and New Jersey, government sponsored campaigns began to enlist those persons, only young males, from gay communities to donate their blood.