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Gerald Haslam: HAYAKAWA NOTES

Bibliographic Notes for:

In Thought and Action
The Enigmatic Life of S. I. Hayakawa

Gerald W. Haslam with Janice E. Haslam

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     We are especially grateful to Wynne and Alan Hayakawa who opened the family's archive to us. Many clippings, reprints, and notes, including diaries and letters, that would have been virtually impossible to track down were as a result available to us, albeit not always with complete bibliographic information. Nevertheless, they constituted a wonderful and unexpected source of information.

     Had we known that we might one day write a biography of Don Hayakawa, we'd have taken notes of our many conversations. Too late now. We have minimized our own input and have done our best to accurately paraphrase Hayakawa in those places where we employ his comments to us.

Gerry and Jan Haslam


Key:

SIH = S.I. Hayakawa
MPH = Margedant Peters Hayakawa
IH = Ichiro Hayakawa
DR = Daisy Rosebourgh
AH = Alan Hayakawa
WH = Wynne Hayakawa
GWH = Gerald W. Haslam
JEH = Janice E. Haslam
BKI = Betty Kobayshi Issenman
LAT = Los Angeles Times
NYT = New York Times
OT = Oakland Tribune
SFC = San Francisco Chronicle
SFX = San Francisco Examiner
WP = Washington Post
ETC = ETC: A Review of General Semantics
GSB = General Semantics Bulletin
HHW = "Hayakawaiana for Hayakawa Watchers" (in The Map)


Chapter 1


p. 5--"earn a living," IH ltr to SIH, 1/15/1947.
p. 5--"I decided to stay," IH in The Phoenix, 3/11/1971, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 6--"Japanese English teacher," SIH ltr to Herb Caen, 8/27/1962.
p. 6--"by white people," IH in The Phoenix, 3/11/1971, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 6--"18 or 19 at that time," SIH, "My Father, Ichiro Hayakawa, 1884-1976," Hokubei Mainichi, 1/24/1976, p. 1.
p. 6--"in English literature," SIH, ibid.
p. 6--"Die Lorelei," SIH in Julie Gordon Shearer, S.I. Hayakawa and Margedant Peters Hayakawa: From Semantics to the U.S. Senate, Etc., Etc. Berkeley: The Bancroft Library [Regional Oral History Office], 1994, p. 7.
p. 6-7--"enter Stanford University," IH ltr to SIH, 1/15/1947.
p. 7--"Japanese medicine taught him," AH conver w/ GWH, 7/11/2005.
p. 7--"is no physician," quoted by SIH in "A Japanese American Goes to Japan," Asia,
           April 1937, p. 271.
p. 7--"to marry grandfather," Masako Gray conver w/ GWH, 11/1/1999.
p. 7--"a great future," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., pp. 3-4.
p. 8--"and other expenses," IH ltr to SIH and Fred Hayakawa, 1/18/1947.
p. 8--"Keep the Yellow out," BKI e-mail to GWH, 10/19/2006.
p. 8--"ghetto wall defined it...," Ken Adachi, The Enemy That Never Was: A History of the Japanese Canadians, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1976, p. 131.
p. 9--"Japanese colony in Vancouver," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/1/1935.
p. 9--"and argue, understand contracts," ibid.
p. 9--"10% of British Columbia's population," Adachi, op. cit., p. 38.
p. 9--"of 4,722 issued," ibid., p. 47.
p. 9--"development of this province," Victoria Colonist, 12/6/1884, in ibid., pp. 39-40.
p. 10--"have submitted meekly," ibid., p. 59.
p. 10--"rather troublesome baby," Ruth Hayakawa ltr to SIH, 8/22/1936.
p. 10--"different than other Japanese," Grace Emi Hayakawa conver w/ GWH,
           11/1/1999.
p. 10--"behave as a leader," Masako Gray conver w/ GWH, 11/1/1999.
p. 10--"have a White Canada," Fraser in Adachi, op. cit., p. 73.
p. 11--"tore into the mob," Adachi, op. cit., p. 74.
p. 11--"the trouble more difficult," Laurier in ibid.
p. 11--"white man's country," Vancouver Daily Province, 9/9/1907, p. 63.
p. 11--"were being sacrificed," Adachi, op. cit., p. 63.


Chapter 2

p. 12--"occupied with other business," SIH, "A Japanese-American Goes to Japan,"
           Asia, April 1937, p. 270.
p. 12--"beds to sleep in," ibid.
p. 12-13--"different grades and ages," ibid.
p. 13--"continuity of family life," Adachi, op. cit., p. 90.
p. 14--"to work in Calgary.," BKI ltr to GWH, 6/20/2001.
p. 14--"to understand each other," SIH, "A Japanese-American Goes to Japan,"
           Asia, April 1937, p. 270.
p. 14--"any Japanese at all," Masako Gray, op. cit.
p. 14--"He was a good son," ibid.
p. 14--"had clean, neat clothes," Grace Emi Hayakawa, op. cit.
p. 15--"culture and her childhood," AH conver w/ GWH, 1/18/2001.
p. 15--"Their conditions as 'strangers'," Ronald Takaki, Strangers From a Different
           Shore: A History of Asian Americans (New York: Penguin Books,
           1989), p. 180.
p. 16--"but to his parents," AH e-mail to GWH, 1/11/2003.
p. 16--"brought up to be Japanese," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p 20.
p. 16--"even thought about it," ibid., p. 10.
p. 16--"like a Japanese doll," ibid., p. 11.
p. 16--"past that very quickly," ibid.
p. 16--"before I was born," Grace Emi Hayakawa ltr to GWH, 2/1/2001.
p. 16--"throughout high school," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 18.
p. 16--"we had every year," ibid.
p. 17--"want to remain Japanese," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1966?].
p. 17--"at the core," AH e-mail to GWH, 1/21/2001.
p. 17--"not willing to accept disrespect," Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston conver
           w/ GWH, 9/13/2000.
p. 17--"means exclusively Anglo-Saxon," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1966?].
p. 17--"Canada as your territory," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 16.


Chapter 3


p. 18--"butter that was rancid," AH e-mail to GWH, 1/18/2001.
p. 18--"the way to school," WH e-mail to GWH, 9/8/2009.
p. 18--"had learned some English," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 10.
p. 18--"always spelled mine H-a-k," ibid., p. 34.
p. 19--"friends on both sides," ibid., p. 33.
p. 19--"my part of Winnipeg," ibid., p. 31.
p. 19--"we hardly ever met," ibid., p. 32.
p. 19--"have a high respect," ibid., p. 16.
p. 19--"Don was very popular," Grace Emi Hayakawa conver w/ GWH, 11/1/1999.
p. 20--"feet from wearing moccasins," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 27.
p. 20--"algebra isn't as good.," ibid., p. 15.
p. 20--"be tickled to death," ibid., p. 25.
p. 21--"cavalry training on foot," ibid., p. 31.
p. 21--"send us to Turkey," ibid., p. 17.
p. 21--"on pure psychological warfare," ibid., p. 30.
p. 21--"part of my life," ibid., p. 187.
p. 21--"mixed society must suffer," SIH, "The Semantics of Being Negro,"
           ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Spring 1953, p. 163.
p. 22--"any excuse to stay," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 25.
p. 22--"kind and humorous," BKI ltr to GWH, 6/20/2001.
p. 22--"always deferring to Ichiro," ibid.
p. 22--"bush--no harm done," ibid.
p. 23--"from his father," AH e-mail to GWH, 1/18/2001.


Chapter 4


p. 27--"I was so small," Grace Emi Hayakawa conver w/ GWH, 11/1/1999.
p. 27--"got over that separation," AH conver w/ GWH, 7/29/2005.
p. 28--"or think like Japanese," Adachi, op. cit., p. 166.
p. 28--"could ever teach English," AH ltr to GWH, 5/4/2001.
p. 28--"into its [Japan's] social structure," Akemi Kikumura, "The Japanese American
           Family in Process of Acculturation," in Through Harsh Winters: The Life of
           a Japanese Immigrant Woman (Novato, CA: Chandler, Sharp Publishers,
           Inc., 1981) p. 130.
p. 28--"perceived threat to anyone," BKI ltr to GWH, 6/20/2001.
p. 28--"one encountered educated people," ibid.
p. 29-"to miss my parents," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 14.
p. 29--"Things like that," ibid., p. 157.
p. 29--"at a Polish wedding," AH ltr to GWH, 1/18/2001.
p. 29--"over my name," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 40.
p. 29--"was tickled to death," ibid., p. 41.
p. 30--"is a perfect gentleman," William Talbot Allison ltr to Prof. Janet Marks,
           4/7/1932, [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 30--"student at UM then," ibid.
p. 30--"except for the buildings," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 38.
p. 30--"Montreal business was slipping," Harry Kobayashi ltr to Mary
           Kobayashi, 11/4/1976.
p. 30--"the company in Winnipeg," ibid.
p. 31--"inadmissible to the United States," SIH, "Why the English Language
           Amendment," English Journal, 12/1987, p. 14.
p. 31--"Canada's most famous university," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 42.
p. 31--"and propagators of Modernism," Ken Norris, "The Beginnings of Canadian
           Modernism," [website:
           University of Western Ontario:" The Beginnings of Canadian Modernism" ],
           n.d., n.p.
p. 31--"Victorian and Edwardian sources," Peter Stevens, The McGill Movement
           (Toronto: Ryerson, 1969), p. i.
p. 31--"adapted to the age," Norris, op. cit., p. 10.
p. 32--"learning to walk...," Siegfried Sassoon, "Survivors" [website:
           University of Oxford: Sassoon], n.d., n.p.
p. 32--"the Canadian Authors' Association?," SIH in Dalhousie Review,
           April 1936, p. 20.
p. 32--"authority on Henry James," SIH in Arthur Rabinovitch, "Who's Running
           McGill...," McGill News, January 1969, p. 24.
p. 33--"move not the least," "pome to lady" photocopy, [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 33--"a glad nonentity," "Pome" photocopy, [Hayakawa Archive].


Chapter 5

p. 34--"mountains north of Montreal," BKI ltr to GWH, 6/20/2001.
p. 34--"Edward Lear's Nonsense Rhymes," ibid.
p. 34--"would wipe us out," ibid.
p. 34--"at wherever I went," ibid.
p. 35--"The list could be longer," ibid.
p. 35--"to hear him speak," ibid.
p. 35--"gave my sister rides," ibid.
p. 35--"I've lost the magazine," ibid.
p. 35--"(regrettably) in Victorian English," SIH cited in Patricia Morely's,  As Though
           Life Mattered, p. 61.
p. 36--"speaking, his overall style," BKI e-mail to GWH, 4/26/2004.
p. 36--"no audience at all," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 44.
p. 36--"a consciousness distinctly Canadian," Leo Kennedy, "The Future of Canadian
           Literature," The Canadian Mercury, Nos. 5-6, n.d., p. 100, [Hayakawa
           Archive].
p. 36--"McGill College Avenue, Montreal," SIH, "Dawn in Canada," Sewanee
           Review, April-June 1934, p. 250.
p. 37--"part of my life," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 43.
p. 37--"believe we all did," SIH in ibid., p. 44.
p. 37--"divided along language lines," ibid., p. 45.
p. 37--"having two official languages," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1989?].
p. 37--"a living as a poet," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 47.
p. 38--"the 'States' a bit," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1989?].
p. 38--"in the United States," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 47.
p. 38--"it was the wrong part," ibid., p. 48.
p. 38--"and science and discovery," Wallace Stegner, Crossing to Safety, p. 47.
p. 38--"and discuss any idea," Maurice Zolotow, University of Wisconsin Madison
           Oral History Project, [tape #369], 1983.
p. 39--"like an Oxford don," Zolotow, "The Self-Creation of Don Hayakawa," New
           West, October 11, 1976, p. 74.
p. 39--"among barbarians and lost it," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 50.


Chapter 6

p. 43--"As a 'go-fer'," Stewart Johnson ltr to GWH, 3/28/2004.
p. 43--"Clive Wood or Ronald Coleman," Zolotow, "The Self-Creation of Don
           Hayakawa," op. cit., p. 81.
p. 43--"rode with great panache," ibid.
p. 43--"in cap and gown," Greg Robinson, "The Complex Life of S.I.
           Hayakawa, Part One," Nichi Bei Times Online, [website: Nichi Bei Times]
           2/ 7/2008, n.p.
p. 44--"My lady love?" "Rondeau," photocopy, [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 45--"be like everybody else," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 55.
p. 45--"and what was fair," Citation, Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame, 1982
           [website: Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame], n.d., n.p.
p. 45--"oppression in public office," ibid.
p. 45--"watchdog and an outsider," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 54.
p. 46--"to school by running," ibid., p. 55.
p. 46--"wonderful places and adventures," ibid., p. 52.
p. 46--"with his shirt off," ibid., p. 54.
p. 46--"kind of proud of it," ibid.
p. 46--"to do with boys," WH e-mail to GWH, 9/8/2009.
p. 46--"highly of journalism schools," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 55.
p. 47--"liberalism and so forth," ibid., p. 56.
p. 47--"decision off my mind," MPH diary entry, 9/21/1932.
p. 47--"will be the same," ibid., 9/30/1932.
p. 47--"this is really interesting," Shearer, op. cit., p. 58.
p. 47--"T.S. Eliot's 'Waste-land,'" MPH diary entry, 1/15/1933.
p. 48--"element -- listening, I mean," ibid.
p. 48--"the artificiality of dating," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 58.
p. 48--"was impossible to categorize," ibid., p. 86.
p. 48--"if he knows it," MPH diary entry, 2/3/1933.
p. 48--"received from a boy," ibid., 2/15/1933.
p. 48--"be an English major," ibid., 4/28/1933.
p. 48--"cut classes all day," ibid., 5/1/1933.
p. 48--"Hope of the club," ibid.
p. 49--"for the party Saturday," ibid., 5/10/1933.
p. 49--"pawed by a boy," ibid., 5/13/1933.
p. 49--"and very elastic duties," ibid., 5/15/1933.
p. 49--"and uninspiring freshman year," ibid., 6/3/1933.
p. 49--"someone that understands you," ibid.
p. 49--"talked and talked," ibid., 6/4/1933.
p. 49--"so comfortable with him," ibid., 6/5/1933.
p. 50--"That takes courage," ibid., 6/6/1933.
p. 50--"it felt rather silly," ibid., 6/8/1933.
p. 50--"and never been kissed...," ibid., 6/9/1933.
p. 50--"go up to Taliesin," ibid., 6/15/1933.


Chapter 7

p. 51--"I could gladly strangle," MPH ltr to SIH, 6/22/1933.
p. 52--"She actually meant it," ibid.
p. 52--"amicably with his neighbor," MPH ltr to SIH, dated "July 8, 9, or
           10--anyway it's Sat.,".
p. 52--"it was rather awful," MPH ltr to SIH, dated "Friday the?".
p. 52--"the best things in life," ibid.
p. 52--"have been more successful," MPH ltr to SIH dated "July 8, 9, or
           10--anyway it's Sat.,".
p. 52--"of all one's faculties,' ibid.
p. 53--"least you should be," MPH ltr to SIH, 7/12/1933.
p. 53--"I was in Cincinnati," ibid.>
p. 53--"walk along. Let them," MPH ltr to SIH, 9/13/1933.
p. 53--"what other people felt," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 61.
p. 54--"as insidious and cowardly," Citation, Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame, op. cit.
p. 54--"were supportive though apprehensive," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 62.
p. 54--"'the Great White Hope,'" Ed Mayer ltr to GWH 11/26/1999.
p. 54--"at least is white," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 62.
p. 54--"chaste kiss now & again," Mayer ltr to GWH, op. cit.
p. 54--"I want to take," MPH ltr to SIH, 9/12/1933.
p. 55--"awarding of TAs in English" Mayer ltr to GWH, op. cit.
p. 55--"obtaining it, dropped her," Hayes cited in ibid.
p. 55--"red wine at Peretori's," ibid.
p. 55--"teaching us to fence," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 58.
p. 55--"friend had willed him," ibid.
p. 56--"in the class struggle," Zolotow, "The Self-Creation of Don Hayakawa,"
           New West, October 11, 1976, p. 76.
p. 56--"literature endeavors to record...," SIH, "In the Wilderness," The Rocking
           Horse, Vol. 1 No. 1, Fall 1933, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 56--"thy dear, graceful lines," SIH, "Sestina Written in Dejection," in ibid., p. 19
p. 56-57--"tank cars on a broken prairie," SIH, "Calgary," Alumni Journal, Univ.
           of Manitoba, 1934, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 57--"is living or dead," MPH, "Thirteen Easy Rules For Beginners In Literary
           Conversation" in ibid., p. 20.
p. 57--"prove anything by her," ibid., p. 22
p. 57--"in Harriet Monroe's files," SIH, "Harriet Monroe as Critic," in The Rocking
           Horse, Vol. 1 No. 2, Dec. 1933, p. 21.
p. 57--"intuitive recognition of sincerity," ibid., p. 22.
p. 58--"courses and outdated curriculum," David E. Cronon and John W. Jenkins,
           The University of Wisconsin: A History, Volume III (Madison: University of
           Wisconsin Press, 1994), p. 624.
p. 58--"is an English major," Winifred Haynes, "The Gulf Stream," The Rocking
           Horse, Vol. 1 No 3, March 1934, p. 16.
p. 58--"victims of the depression," Cronon and Jenkins, op. cit., p. 624.
p. 58--"I don't think did so badly," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 59.
p. 59--"the gods harm not," SIH, "To One Elect," Poetry, September, 1934, p. 319.
p. 59--"Eliot explained to him," Zolotow, University of Wisconsin Oral
           History, op. cit.
p. 59--"with other people's rights," ibid.
p. 59--"a form of rebellion," ibid.
p. 59--"A popular trysting place," ibid.
p. 60--"silence followed his performance," James Atlas, Delmore Schwartz: The Life
           of an American Poet, p. 41.
p. 60--"me to the movies," Zolotow, University of Wisconsin Oral History, op. cit.
p. 60--"the spring of 1936," Zolotow, "The Self-Creation of Don Hayakawa,"
           op. cit., p. 76.


Chapter 8

p. 61--"forestall confessions of love," MPH diary entry, 1/7/1934.
p. 61--"sure he loves me," ibid., 1/31/1934.
p. 61--"the influence of alcohol," ibid.
p. 62--"and they (it) scatter(s)," SIH, "Timorous Lovesong," copy, [Hayakawa
           Archive].
p. 62--"and too little emotion," MPH diary entry, 2/14/1934.
p. 62--"he should be bluffing," ibid., 3/16/1934.
p. 62--"Irving Place. Madison, Wisconsin," William Wesley Peters ltr to SIH 6/5/1934.
p. 62--"could have achieved alone," Richard Carney cited on Ascension Church
           Website, [website: Ascension Church], n.d, n.p.
p. 63--"'faithful to the end' philosophy," William Wesley Peters ltr to SIH 6/5/1934.
p. 63--"bring the two together," MPH ltr to SIH 6/21/1934.
p. 63--"love me any more," MPH ltr to SIH 7/26/1934.
p. 64--"his body at the hip," Mayer ltr to GWH, 11/26/[1999].
p. 64--"of spirit between us," MPH diary entry, 10/11/1934.
p. 64--"on its terms," ibid.
p. 64--"on the part of all of you," "Miss Roberts" in ibid.
p. 64--"independence of my soul," ibid.
p. 64--"tam-o’-shanter on his head," Zolotow, "The Self-Creation of Don Hayakawa," p. 81.
p. 65--"creation of an American," ibid.
p. 66--"bring people around slowly," ibid., p. 65.
p. 66--"'fit' in his life," "The Boston Poet Laureate: Oliver Wendell Holmes," Studies
           in English Literature, vol. xvi, no. 4, p. 572.
p. 67--"vast comminglement of rains," SIH, "Victoria Beach," n.d., n.p., [Hayakawa
           Archive].
p. 67--"as a living subject," SIH, "Mr. Eliot's Auto Da Fe," Sewanee Review,
           July 1934, p. 365-66.
p. 67--"has worked miracles before," ibid., p. 371.
p. 67--"57 cents a pound," Mayer ltr to GWH 4/3/1998.
p. 67--"send it. Many thanks," Clara Peters ltr to SIH, 4/20/1934.
p. 68--"of the young daughter," ibid.
p. 68--"family I thank you," Clara Peters ltr to SIH, 8/19/no year [1934?].


Chapter 9

p. 70--"as a subject race," Miller Freeman in Doug Blair "The 1920 Anti-Japanese
           Crusade and Congressional Hearings," Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History
           Project Online [website:
           The 1920 Anti-Japanese Crusade and Congressional Hearings], n.p.
p. 70--"so much as visited Japan," Adachi, op. cit., p. 175.
p. 70--"Japanese by registration," Ronald Takaki, Strangers from a Different Shore:
           a History of Asian Americans, op cit., p. 216.
p. 71--"waving his thesis," HHW, 9/21/1977, n.p.
p. 71--"liked him, a lot," Stewart Johnson ltr to GWH, 3/28/2004.
p. 71--"could not be naturalized," SIH, "Why the English Language Amendment?",
           English Journal, December 1987, p. 14.
p. 71--"culture of my forefathers," SIH, "A Japanese-American Goes to Japan" Asia,
          April 1937, p. 270.
p. 71--"future ahead of him," Continental Daily News, 6/ 28/1935, n.p., [Hayakawa
           Archive].
p. 72--"Chop Suey House," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/1/1935.
p. 72--"four years at most," ibid.
p. 72--"an orphanage, a society...," ibid.
p. 72--"they are living in," ibid.
p. 72--"in Canada, or naturalized," ibid.
p. 73--"canvassers into their district," ibid.
p. 73--"from the Pacific Coast," ibid.
p. 73--"be anything but foreigners...," ibid.
p. 73--"rest of the trip," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/3/1935.
p. 74--"with in the evenings," ibid.
p. 74--"parts of the world," SIH, "My Father, Ichiro Hayakawa, 1884-1976," Hokubei
           Mainichi, 1/ 24/1976, p. 1.
p. 74--"to be anything else," "A Japanese-American Goes to Japan," op. cit., p. 269.
p. 74--"over and over again," ibid., p. 270.
p. 74--"was so tremendously happy," ibid., p. 271.
p. 74--"bowing again and again," ibid., p. 272.
p. 75--"was sobbing with joy," ibid., p. 270.
p. 75--"so long a time," "My Japanese Father and I," Asia, May 1937, p. 333.
p. 75--"inflict upon their husbands," ibid., p. 332.
p. 75--"to be a Japanese," ibid.
p. 76--"situation without much concern," SIH, "A Japanese-American Goes to Japan,"
           op. cit., p. 271.
p. 76--"nothing but my features," ibid.
p. 76--"joy at seeing me," ibid., p. 272.
p. 76--"immediately gave their blessing," Shearer, op. cit., p. 182.
p. 77--"as I know it," William Wesley Peters ltr to SIH 8/23/1935.


Chapter 10

p.78-"drugstore down the street?" "pome to peters," unpublished poem, [Hayakawa
           Archive].
p. 78--"vote in that province," SIH, "The Japanese Canadian: An experiment in
           Citizenship," Dalhousie Review, April 1936, p. 17.
p. 79--"wicked, inscrutable oriental design," ibid.
p. 79--"to call itself democratic," ibid., p. 18.
p. 79--"delicate British Columbian sensibilities...," ibid., p. 20.
p. 79--"promising political intelligence," ibid., p. 22.
p. 79--"(100 percent or 1 percent)," Native Sons of B.C. cited in Adachi, p. 159.
p. 80--"to be Englishmen," unnamed "committee member from Quebec" in Roy
           Miki, Redress - Inside the Japanese Canadian Call for Justice, p. 34.
p. 80--"hopefully preparing themselves," ibid.
p. 80--"sent you to Ottawa," SIH in Adachi, op. cit., p. 162.
p. 80--"to the delegation," Miki, op. cit., p. 32.
p. 80--"the condition of Orientals," A.W. Neil in ibid.
p. 80--"in the fishing industry," Thomas Reid in ibid., p. 163.
p. 80--"half of Canada tomorrow," Neil in ibid.
p. 81--"for your (!) hand," SIH ltr to Margedant Peters, 8/2/1936.
p. 81--"Olympic games in Tokyo," ibid.
p. 81--"friends to speak of," ibid.
p. 81--"doing the same thing...!", ibid.
p. 82--"I've lost my mind," SIH, "First Anniversary," photocopy, [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 83--"of the Japan article," SIH ltr to MPH, 9/9/1936.
p. 83--"an article of mine," ibid.
p. 83--"to my scholarly conscience," ibid.
p. 84--"as we can find," ibid.
p. 84--"contributing to my support," ibid.
p. 84--"some systematic sightseeing," SIH ltr to MPH, 9/11/1936.
p. 84--"to do our sinning in," ibid.
p. 84--"Mayor Laguardia are 'un-American'," SIH ltr to MPH, 9/13/1936.
p. 84--"revolutionary violence for you!" ibid.
p. 85--"not yet earned a doctorate," see Lynn Beyer ltr to SIH, 7/16/1936.
p. 85--"being discriminated against," SIH, "The Semantics of Being Negro,"
           ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Spring 1953, p. 163.
p. 85--"can earn the rest," SIH ltr to Margedant Peters, 9/13/1936.


Chapter 11

86--"teaching the English Language," "Japanese is English Prof for U.W. Here,"
           Waupaca County Post, 11/11/1937, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 87--"and narrow nationalism," ibid.
p. 87--"in Manitowoc and Waupaca," Shearer, op. cit., p. 66.
p. 87--"a home-cooked meal," Eva Revie cited in e-mail to GWH from Janice
           Reige, 3/16/2004.
p. 87--"of the English language," Mary O'Melia Peterson e-mail to GWH,
           4/27/2004.
p. 87--"behind his shadow," Helen Williams quoted by Glen Bethel, e-mail to
           GWH, 3/8/2004.
p. 87--"tolerate their sour notes," ibid.
p. 88--"was a good guy," James Gollata ltr to GWH, 3/22/2004.
p. 88--"I'm going to that," SIH ltr to MPH, 10/9/1936.
p. 88--"a lot of people there," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 70.
p. 89--"stammering of Lewis guns," SIH, "Poem for Courage," New Frontier,
           n.d., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 90--"or race I know," SIH, "Japanese Sensibility," Harper's Monthly,
           December 1936, p. 98.
p. 90--"for the first time," ibid., p. 102.
p. 90--"the more they drink," SIH ltr to MPH, 1/3/1937.
p. 90--"to get an offer," ibid.
p. 90-91--"dragged along by circumstances," ibid.
p. 91--"ARF!" ibid., 3/25/1937.
p. 91--"Win, Alan Drummond & me," Mayer ltr to WH, 4/3/1998.
p. 91--"her & Don's marriage," ibid.
p. 91--"of writing about Japan," SIH ltr to MPH, 9/9/1936.
p. 91--"intelligent, witty person," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 72.
p. 92--"have such bad taste," MPH cited in ltr from Ed Mayer to WH, 4/3/1998.
p. 92--"very well indeed," Shearer, op. cit., p. 63.
p. 92--"to break her leg," ibid.
p. 92--"a really very nice wedding," ibid.
p. 92--"armful of lavender larkspur," Hamilton Journal, n.d., n.p., [Hayakawa
           Archive].
p. 94--"immorality is moral now," SIH, "Epithalamion," [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 94--"see why it should....," Ed Mayer ltr to MPH, n.d., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 94--"Lucy Stoners heretofore Miss," ibid.
p. 94--"knowing for a time," Eva Revie cited in e-mail to GWH from Janice
           Riege, 3/16/2004.
p. 94--"majors at the time," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 65.
p. 95--"with non-Japanese groups," Adachi, op. cit., p. 363.


Chapter 12

p. 96--"no trouble at all," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 71.
p. 96--"a vast educational Wasteland," Robert Guenther ltr to GWH, 3/7/2004.
p. 96--"an economic raison d'être," Shearer, op. cit., p. 68.
p. 97--"freezing, below-zero weather," ibid., p. 93.
p. 97--"at Chez Peterson," SIH ltr to MPH, 3/25/1938.
p. 97--"that are simply astounding," SIH ltr to MPH, 3/26/1938.
p. 97--"grabbing for your soul," ibid.
p. 97-98--"the sun, trees, etc.," ibid.
p. 98--"when you get back," ibid.
p. 98--"their book for them!," ibid.
p. 98--"Hitler in the 1930s," SIH in Louise Abbot, "S.I. Hayakawa: Semanticist
           Turned Politician," McGill News, Spring 1977, p. 38.
p. 98--"campus about Korzybski," Joe Axelrod conver w/ GWH, 1/28/2007.
p. 98--"misunderstand and misinterpret relations," Stuart Chase, The Tyranny of
           Words, (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1938), pp. 80-81.
p. 99--"800 pages of it," SIH ltr to MPH, 3/23/no year [1938?].
p. 99--"a perfectly amazing book," ibid., 3/25/no year [1938?].
p. 99--"to see other patterns," SIH class lecture San Francisco State College, Fall 1964.
p. 99--"very big shots," SIH ltr to MPH, 6/9/1938.
p. 99--"held among the young," ibid.
p. 99--"of the U/W campus," Mayer ltr to GWH, October 7, 1999.
p. 100--"taking it for credit," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 148.
p. 100--"good friends with him," SIH in ibid., p. 149.
p. 100--"the words are used," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p.74.
p. 100--"out in my memory," ibid., p. 73.
p. 101--"invited me to a seminar," SIH, "Introduction," Through the Communication
             Barrier, edited by Arthur Chandler (New York: Harper & Row Publishers,
             1979), p. xii.
p. 101--"good friends after that.," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 78.
p. 101--"get you. Pant. Pant.," SIH ltr to MPH, 11/22/1937.
p. 101--"in love they were," BKI ltr to GWH, 6/20/2001.


Chapter 13

p. 106--"or succeeded so well," Sidney Hook, Saturday Review of Literature,
             3/10/1934, p. 546.
p. 106--"a large modern bank," Chase, op. cit., pp. 7-8.
p. 107--"somewhat pretty young women [sic]," SIH ltr to MPH, 9/11/1938.
p. 107--"the science of man," Vocha Fiske, Sanity Faire (unpublished manuscript),
             p. 100, [Haslam Archives].
p. 107--"every phase of education," SIH ltr to MPH, 9/11/1938.
p. 108--"while his eyes laugh," ibid.
p. 108--"unabashed indoctrination sessions," SIH, "Introduction," Through the
             Communication Barrier, edited by Arthur Chandler (New York: Harper
             & Row, 1979), p. xiii.
p. 108--"where everything happens," ibid.
p. 108--"communication and equality," Greg Robinson, "The Complex Life of S.I.
             Hayakawa, Part Two," Nichi Bei Times [website: Nichi Bei Times]
             February 14, 2008, n.p.
p. 109--"breakdowns in the classroom," Charles Stade ltr to GWH, 12/13/1999.
p. 109--"mad as hell," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 79.
p. 109--"Fat chance!" MPH & SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1967].
p. 109--"appeal to the ladies," W. Benton Harrison, "Some Personal Memories of
             Alfred Korzybski and His Times," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics,
             Winter 1977, p. 406.
p. 109--"many other interesting people," SIH ltr to MPH, 11/20/1938.
p. 110--"much to my delight," ibid.>
p. 110--"rapidly in the U.S.," "General Semantics," Time, 11/21/1938, p. 35.
p. 110--"spreading the word," SIH in Roy E. Fox, "A Conversation with the
             Hayakawas," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Fall 1991, p. 249.
p. 110--"by Korzybski himself," Anatol Rapoport w/ Leo Hamalian, Semantics (New
             York: Crowell, 1975), p. 392.
p. 111--"anything Korzybski said," Stade ltr to GWH, op. cit.
p. 111--"Korzybski actually provides," Allen Walker Read, "Changing Attitudes
             Toward Korzybski's General Semantics," General Semantics Bulletin,
             1984, p. 15.
p. 111--"expositors have supposed," F.S.C. Northrup, "Korzybski's Semantics and
             Mathematical Physics," in Man, Nature and God (New York: Pocket Books,
             1963), p. 77.
p. 111--"orator and cult leader," Martin Gardner, "General Semantics, Etc.," in Fads
             & Fallacies in the Name of Science (New York: New American Library,
             1986), p. 248.
p. 111--"including this one," Harrison, "Some Personal Memories of Alfred Korzybski
             and His Times," op. cit., p. 406.
p. 112--"and embraced scientology," Allen Walker Read, "Changing attitudes toward
             Korzybski's general semantics," op. cit., p. 14.
p. 112--"is entirely new," Korzybski cited in Charlotte Schuchardt-Read, "The
             Institute of General Semantics; A Brief Historical Survey (1938-1988),"
             [website: Institute of General Semantics] n.d., n.p.


Chapter 14

p. 113--"a good guy," William Pemberton conver w/ GWH, 3/15/2000.
p. 113--"more paranoid than genius," ibid.
p. 113--"He was too independent," ibid.
p. 113--"a kind of heresy," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 81.
p. 115--"and the word 'cow'," SIH, "The Meaning of Semantics," The New Republic,
             8/2/39, p. 354.
p. 116--"or possible contexts," ibid., p. 355.
p. 116--"increasingly complex world," ibid., p. 356.
p. 116--"how language works," ibid., p. 357.
p. 117--"refutation becomes unnecessary," SIH, The Public Opinion Quarterly,
             April 1939, p. 208.
p. 117--"people in more places," ibid.
p. 117--"without a text-book," Wright Thomas, "S.I. Hayakawa," Book-of-the-
             Month-Club News, November, 1941, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 117--"be wary of propaganda," SIH in Louise Abbot, "S.I. Hayakawa: Semanticist
             turned Politician," McGill News, Spring 1979, p. 38.
p. 117--"anybody else's work," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 88.
p. 118--"all night reading it," Wright Thomas, op. cit., n.p.
p. 118--"this enforced conformity," Jackson Benson, Wallace Stegner: His Life
             and Work, (East Rutherford, NJ: Penguin Books, 1996), p. 79.
p. 118--"at that time," ibid.
p. 118--"given up hiring," Wallace Stegner, Crossing to Safety, (New York:
             Penguin Books, 1987), p. 17.
p. 118--"the normal pace," Stegner in Benson, op. cit., p. 74.
p. 119--"is not child-like," SIH, "Is Indeed 5," Poetry, August 1938, p. 284.
p. 119--"to their head offices," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 85.
p. 119--"against the younger," Benson, op. cit., p. 78.
p. 120--"into the department," Stegner, op. cit., p. 132.
p. 120--"one lousy instructor," SIH in Dikran Karagueuzian, op. cit., Blow It Up!
             (Boston: Gambit, Incorporated, 1971), p. 157.
p. 120--"cutting edge technology," Kargon and Knowles, "Knowledge for Use,"
             Annals of Science, 59 (2002), p. 11.
p. 121--"just for English majors," SIH conver w/ GWH [1968?].
p. 121--"of a dead cow," Morgan Fitch, Illinois Institute of Technology Alumni
             Relations, [website: IIT Alumni Relations], n.d., n.p.
p. 121--"ought to be organized," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 94.
p. 121--"got along well with them," ibid., p. 96.
p. 121--"semantics of destruction," SIH, "A Matter of Linguistics," The New
             Republic, 1/8/40, p. 43.
p. 122--"in the United States," Curtis B. Munson in Michi Weglyn, Years of
             Infamy, (New York: Morrow Quill Paperbacks, 1975), p. 53.
p. 122--"white Canadians would do," Adachi, op. cit., p. 197.
p. 122--"touching and pathetic," ibid.
p. 122--"work it offin [sic] the gym," SIH ltr to MPH, March 31,1940.
p. 123--"scared to death," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 95.


Chapter 15

p. 124--"introduction to semantics," The New Yorker, 11/22/1941, p. 111.
p. 124--"on the profound," Albert Guerard, Books, 12/21/1941, p. 3.
p. 124--"was worth it," W.E. Garrison, Christian Century, 2/18/1942.
p. 124--"pithy common sense," Alvin Adey, Current History, December 1941, p. 371.
p. 125--"and inaccurate thinking," Sidney Hook, The Nation, 1/3/1942, p. 16.
p. 125--"to basic originality," Henry Hazlitt, The New York Times, 1/4/1942, p. 4.
p. 125--"to nonexistent babies," Fred C. Kelly, "Do Words Scare Us?,"  The Saturday
             Review of Literature, 11/22/1941, p. 11.
p. 126--"mean a great deal to us," Korzybski cited in Letter to the Editor from
             Charlotte Schuchardt Read, ETC.: A Review of General Semantics,
             Spring 1992, p. 75.
p. 126--"what help I can," MPH ltr to SIH, February 18, 1941.
p. 126--"With warmest wishes, yours Cordially," Korzybski cited in Read, "Letter
             to the Editor," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Spring 1992, p. 74.
p. 126--"come out two weeks later," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 90.
p. 126-127--"this kind of jackpot," ibid., p. 98.
p. 127--"most optimistic hopes," Adachi, op. cit., p. 201.
p. 127--"rekindled by Pearl Harbor," Daniel Okimoto, American in Disguise,
             (New York & Tokyo: Walker/Weatherhill, 1971), p. 19.
p. 127--"courage to do that," Ken Eidnes e-mail to GWH, 3/5/2004.
p. 128--"anything that might occur," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., pp. 96-97.
p. 128--"care to fight for," SIH, "Why I Hope America Will Win," undated mss.,
             [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 128--"the shooting is about," ibid.
p. 129--"with maximum effect," Walter Lippman in Adachi, op. cit., p. 215.
p. 129--"'not yet ripe'," Reid in Adachi, ibid., p. 215.
p. 129--"and had more drinks," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., pp. 115-16.
p. 130--"by mistreating these folks," John M. Coffee in Ronald Takaki, Strangers
             from a Different Shore..., pp. 385-386.
p. 130--"the Jap can grow," unnamed spokesman for the Grower-Shipper Vegetable
             Association in ibid., p. 389.
p. 130--"are at large today," John L. DeWitt cited in ibid., p. 391.
p. 131--"and we'll fight," Shunzo Sakamaki in ibid., p. 385.
p. 131--"single thing to anyone?" "Monica Sone's brother" [unnamed], in ibid., p. 392.
p. 131--"acute sense of betrayal," Adachi, op. cit., p. 232.
p. 131--"part of the community," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 97.
p. 131--"had helped them find," Morely, op. cit., p. 113.
p. 132--"right through 1947," Karagueuzian, op. cit., pp. 158-159.
p. 132--"other interests we had," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p, 121.
p. 132--"the snappy-looking number," SIH in ibid., p. 98.
p. 132--"West in a convertible," MPH in ibid., p. 100.
p. 133--"magnificent room right away," SIH in ibid., p. 101.
p. 133--"in any damn movement," ibid., p. 102.
p. 133--"vivid figure on IIT's campus," Kaye, "Hayakawa at IIT," photocopy n.d., n.p.,
             [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 134--"of their own arrangements," Elder Olson cited by Brian Corman, "Chicago
             Critics," in The John Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism, edited
             by Michael Groden and Martin Krerisworth [website:
             The John Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism], n.d., n.p.
p. 134--"a kind of threat," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 97.
p. 134--"never be 'great'!" Andre Gide in The God that Failed, p. 192
p. 134--"and changed my mind," Rapoport cited in Thomas D. Wilson, "General
             Semantics," Information Research Weblog: [website: Free-Conversant ],
             (Wilson adds a disclaimer, "Source:
             [ http://www.geocities.com/Athens/6760/still.htm]").


Chapter 16

p. 139--"work out very well," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 161.
p. 139--"placed in separate camps," Deborah Mieko Burns & Karen Kanemoto,
             "Securing Our Legacy: Understanding Japanese American Resettlement in the
             Midwest," Annotation, June 2002, p. 1.
p. 139--"The human spirit," anonymous in Takaki, op. cit., p. 395.
p. 140--"'Treacherous,' even 'lecherous'.," William Hohri, "Afterword" in Lawson
             Inada (ed.), Only What We Could Carry, p. 393.
p. 140--"They kept their dignity," SIH, "Recommendations of the Commission
             on Wartime Internment and Relocation of Citizens," Senate Bill 2116, 1984,
             p. 35, [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 140--"agonies of relocation," ibid., p. 38.
p. 140--"beyond all doubt," ibid., p. 38.
p. 140--"now and forever," Joseph Stillwell in "History," Go For Broke National
             Education Center Online [website: Go For Broke National Education Center],
             n.p.
p. 141--"housing for resettlers," Greg Robinson, "The Complex Life of S.I.
             Hayakawa, Part Two," Nichi Bei Times, op. cit.
p. 141--"to say the least," Daisuke Kitagawa, Issei and Nisei: The Internment Years,
             (New York: Seabury Press, 1967), p. 129.
p. 141--"for themselves in Chicago," Burns & Kanemoto, op. cit., p. 2.
p. 142--"same set of grandparents," Helen Yoshida, speech delivered at the 80th
             birthday party for SIH, [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 142--"we needed it most," Ibid.
p. 142--"touch with each other," SIH, "The Japanese-American Generation Gap" in
             Through the Communication Barrier, op. cit., p. 138.
p. 142--"its Japanese-American Recruits," ibid.
p. 142--"there's a war on," Editorial Board, "An Interview with S.I. Hayakawa,"
             in Amy Takichi, Eddie Wong, Franklin Odo with Buck Wong (eds.), Roots:
             An Asian American Reader (Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies
             Center, 1971), p. 21.
p. 143--"just to help me," IH ltr to SIH, January 15 1947.
p. 143--"achieve by assimilating," SIH cited in Robinson, "The Complex Life of S.I.
             Hayakawa, Part Two," op. cit.
p. 143--"to make a profit," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 136.
p. 144--"in the morning," Paul Flood cited in Elizabeth Kaye, "Hayakawa at IIT,"
             published source unknown [Photocopy provided by William Sirvatka,
             10/12/2000], n.p.
p. 144--"theatrical presence in class," Mary Manella in ibid.
p. 144--"I loved that class!" Mitchell Goluska, Illinois Institute of Technology Alumni
             Relations [website: www.iit.edu/alumni], n.p.
p. 144--"distribution of the profits," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 136.
p. 144--"Illinois Institute of Technology," ibid., pp. 135-36.
p. 145--"the whole nation," Jerry Large, "A plea to remember Defender," The Seattle
             Times [website: A plea to remember Defender], 4/28/2000, n.p.
p. 145--"among Negroes in America," St. Clair Drake and Horace Cayton, Black
             Metropolis (New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1945), p. 401.
p. 145--"the origins of each," SIH, "Letter to Editor," SFC, November 19, 1962, n.p.,
             [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 146--"black universities, Fisk and Howard," Edgar Wolseley, The Black Press,
             U.S.A., pp. 56-57.
p. 146--"the Chicago Defender office," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 139.
p. 146--"two-year-olds towards each other," SIH, "Second Thoughts," Chicago
             Defender, 12/12/1942, p. 15.
p. 146--"in a civilized way," ibid., 1/16/1943, p. 15.
p. 147--"Hitler's little pal," ibid., 2/13/1943, p. 15.
p. 147--"'Love one another'," ibid., 4/3/1943, p. 15.


Chapter 17

p. 148--"any goddamn war," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 151.
p. 148--"him at that time," Bill Sirvatka e-mail to GWH, 10/6/2000.
p. 149--"Prof. Hayakawa's approval," ibid., 10/9/2000.
p. 150--"Hayakawa at the time," see C. K. Doreski, "Kin in Some Way...," in
             The Black Press: New Literacy and Historical Essays, ed. by Todd
             Vogel, 2001, pp. 161-187.
p. 150--"Just a nice fellow," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 141.
p. 150--"my best tie?," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 6/25/2004.
p. 151--"Fuck him, etc., etc.," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., pp. 164-65.
p. 152--"know no color line," SIH, "Second Thoughts," Chicago Defender,
             reprint in [Hayakawa Archive], n.d., p. 15.
p. 152--"stage designer, and teacher.," "László Moholy-Nagy," Getty
             Museum [website: László Moholy-Nagy], n.d., n.p.
p. 152--"making art and having fun," WH e-mail to GWH, 2/15/2006.
p. 152--"(or imitations) of reality," SIH, "Modern Art and 20th Century Man,"
             Transformation: Arts, Communication, Environment: A World Review,
             vol. 1 [1950] p. 3.
p. 152--"do with a camera," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 151.
p. 153--"upon a time disappears," ibid., p. 153.
p. 153--"kind of visual experience," SIH, "Modern Art and 20th Century Man,"
             op. cit., vol. 1 [1950], pp. 3-4.
p. 153--"of the object painted," ibid., p. 4.
p. 153--"its own kind of beauty," ibid., p. 5.
p. 153--"one people and another," ibid., p. 5.
p. 154--"ordering that experience meaningfully," SIH, Language in Thought
             and Action, Fourth Edition, (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.,
             1978), p. 138.
p. 154--"intolerance armed with certainty," ibid., p. 215.
p. 154--"on weekends down there," MPH ltr to SIH, 7/11/1943.
p. 155--"I love you too much," ibid., 7/17/1943.
p. 155--"Marge climb with you," Clara Peters ltr to SIH, 7/17/1943.


Chapter 18

p. 156--"Korzybski's own pronouncements," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 130.
p. 156--"and not Korzybskian semantics," ibid., p. 130.
p. 157--"under such circumstances," SIH, "Second Thoughts," Chicago Defender,
             2/6/1943, p. 15.
p. 157--"the consumer co-operative," ibid., 3/27/1943, p. 15.
p. 157--"decent standards of living," ibid., 8/10/1943, p. 15.
p. 158--"of having any children," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 161.
p. 159--"is purely recreational," SIH in "Hayakawa-Semantics-Flexibility," The
             Chicago Sun Book Week, 4/4/1943, p. 10.
p. 159--"an idiot or a savage," "Second Thoughts," Chicago Defender, 7/3/1943,
             p. 15.
p. 160--"dogmatic 'period and stop' attitude," AK ltr reprinted in ETC.: A Review
             of General Semantics, vol. 1, no. 1 (Summer 1943), p. 62, [Hayakawa
             Archive].
p. 160--"University College, Northwestern University," in Steve Stockdale, "The
             Institute and the Society...," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics,
             Fall 2003, p. 273.
p. 160--"confused with g.s.," Stade ltr to GWH, 12/14/1999.
p. 161--"understanding and sympathetic colleagues," SIH ltr to Henry Heald,
             6/23/1943, cited in "State of the University: The Scarlet Triangle" by Lewis
             Collens, [website: Illinois Institute of Technology President's Page],
             9/25/01.
p. 161--"then they shook hands," Louis Forsdale e-mail to GWH, 11/5/1998.
p. 161-162--Both jokes from memory, GWH.


Chapter 19

p. 163--"other crackpot doctrines," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/25/1944.
p. 164--"and got a house," ibid.
p. 164--"Jelly Roll Morton records," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/23/1944.
p. 164--"very silent in company," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/24/1944.
p. 164--"lyric about lynching," ibid., 7/23/1944.
p. 164--"who are very groovey [sic]," ibid.
p. 164--"I was impressed," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/25/1944.
p. 165--"distort our thinking," SIH, "Our Son Mark," McCall's, December
             1969, p. 79.
p. 165--"Haven't we met somewhere?" MPH ltr to SIH, 7/26/1944.
p. 165--"Love, & lust.," SIH ltr to MPH, 8/6/1944.
p. 165--"don't like it much," MPH ltr to SIH, 8/8/1944.
p. 165--"to exercise them," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/28/1944.
p. 166--"of the Colorado legislature," ibid.
p. 166--"part of the time," SIH to MPH, 8/5/1944.
p. 166--"affectations on an audience," MPH to SIH, 8/12/1944.
p. 167--"nearer life facts.," Vocha Fiske, Sanity Faire..., p. 100.
p. 167--"into the proceedings," "Treason Trial of Jap-Americans Opens
             Tomorrow," Rocky Mountain News, 8/6/1944, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 167--"exclusively with Caucasians," Denver Post, 8/11/1944, pp. 1, 3.
p. 168--"they could get hold of," SIH ltr to MPH, 8/5/1944.
p. 168--"quite a good egg," SIH ltr to MPH, 8/18/1944.
p. 168--"round-faced youth," IH ltr to SIH, 1/15/1947.
p. 168--"before I was born," SIH ltr to MPH, undated, 1944.
p. 169--"in that light, too," IH ltr to SIH, 1/15/1947.
p. 169--"and sometimes horror," SIH ltr to MPH, 8/23/1944.
p. 169--"sad irony, without rancor," AH e-mail to GWH, September 23, 2004.
p. 169--"ride on the floor," SIH ltr to MPH, 8/5/1944.
p. 169--"proved it, went dancing," ibid., 8/6/1944.
p. 170--"possible important outcomes," ibid., 8/5/1944.
p. 170--"followers of the program," ibid., 8/23/1944.
p. 170--"wrote for the Defender," ibid., 7/25/1944.
p. 170--"mailed off in time," ibid., 8/18/1944.
p. 170--"it might be something," MPH ltr to SIH, 8/12/1944.
p. 171--"about the city," ibid., 8/18/1944.
p. 171--"the time gets shorter," ibid., 8/26/1944.
p. 171--"a ten room apartment," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 160.
p. 171--"is dirt cheap," MPH ltr to SIH, 8/26/1944.
p. 171--"putting us out," ibid.


Chapter 20

p. 175--"from your father," Philip Litwer ltr to SIH, 11/23/1945.
p. 175--"is almost starving," IH ltr to SIH, 11/21/1945.
p. 175--"all food-stuff exists," ibid.
p. 175--"better and prosperous time," ibid.
p. 175--"everyone was slaughtered," ibid.
p. 177--"Yours affectionately, I. Hayakawa," IH ltr to SIH, 11/21/1945.
p. 177--"Mr. and Mrs. Furuyama.," SIH ltr to IH, 12/3/1945.
p. 177--"many volunteer activities," ibid.
p. 177--"the event with great excitement," ibid.
p. 177--"very pleasant indeed," ibid.
p. 178--"what more they want," ibid.
p. 178- -"we felt the same way," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 166.
p. 178--"we faced the question," ibid., p. 161.
p. 179--"very precious to Americans," SIH, "Reflections on the History of Jazz,"
             Illinois Tech Engineer, May 1945, p. 18.
p. 180--"a bestseller wasn't it," transcript of "The Reviewing Stand," WGN Mutual
             Radio, 12/1945, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 180--"run to help you," IH ltr to SIH, 1/18/1946.
p. 180--"to meet you again," ibid.
p. 180--"what a joy!" ibid.
p. 180--"the whole nation stunned.," ibid.
p. 181--"With love I. Hayakawa," ibid.
p. 181--"poeticizing of consumer goods," SIH, "Poetry and Advertising," Advertising
             Age, 2/11/1946, p. 55.
p. 181--"still be pointed out," SIH, "Landmarks of Chicago Jazz And Other Hot-Music
             Items," Chicago Sun Book Week, 4/28/1946, p. 8.
p. 182--"enthusiasm for the people," Wil Austin ltr to SIH, 4/10/1946.
p. 182--"and you have won," Harry S. Truman in John Iwasaki, "Nisei defended
             liberty they did not possess," Seattle Post-Intelligencer Reporter online
             [website: Seattle Post-Intelligencer Reporter], 11/11/2002, n.p.
p. 182--"given the chance," SIH, unpublished [?] mss., n.d, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 182--"other things as well," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., pp. 190-191.
p. 183--"the child could learn," ibid., p. 166.
p. 183--"was learning to see," SIH, "The Revision of Vision: A Note on the Semantics
             of Modern Art," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Summer
             1947, p. 265.
p. 183--"Sincere [sic] love & greetings," IH ltr to SIH, 10/19/1946.
p. 184--"own children didn't do that," "Peg Miller" cited in Susan Smith's article
             "Grandson of Wright offers his memories," Lacrosse Tribune [website:
             Lacrosse Tribune], 12/14/2003, n.p.


Chapter 21

p. 185--"symbols they have left," SIH, "What to Do With Japan," unpublished [?] mss.,
             n.d., n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 185--"permit authority to go," SIH, "Democracy in Japan," unpublished [?] mss.,
             n.d., n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 186--"to have that experience," Vladimir Dupre conver w/ GWH, 12/12/2007.
p. 186--"we sure had some good times," ibid.
p. 186--"Japan 20 years ago," IH ltr to SIH & Fred Hayakawa, 12/11/1996.
p. 186--"barrels of it perhaps," ibid.
p. 187--"everything and all things," IH ltr to SIH, 1/15/1947.
p. 187--"first typed letter to you," Ruth Hayakawa ltr to SIH, June 18, 1947.
p. 188--"as their agent," IH ltr to SIH, February 8, 1947.
p. 188--"year by year mercilessly," Ruth Hayakawa ltr to SIH, 6/18/1947.
p. 188--"the subject of atomic energy," SIH, "Manual for Verbalists," ETC.: A Review of
             General Semantics, Winter 1947, p. 136.
p. 188--"co-ops, jazz, and writing," Roy Wilcox in Elizabeth Kaye, "Hayakawa
             at IIT.," photocopy, [Hayakawa Archive], n.d., n.p.
p. 189--"semantics of object-mindedness," SIH, "The Revision of Vision," ETC.: A
             Review of General Semantics, Summer 1947, pp. 261-262.
p. 189--"flames in a fireplace," ibid., p. 263.
p. 189--"clear to readers," Guila F. Beattie, ETC.: A Review of General Semantics,
             Summer 1948, p. 246.
p. 189--"interposed at this point," R.S. Shuman, "Further Revision," ETC.: A
             Review of General Semantics, Winter 1948, p. 147.
p. 189--"before replying to it," SIH, ibid., p. 149.
p. 190--"I was quite irritated," SIH ltr to MPH, n.d.
p. 191--"hope you will understand," Rudolph Carnap cited in SIH ltr to MPH,
             10/19/1948.
p. 191--"Ouch!" ibid.
p. 191--"I am gaining weight," IH ltr to SIH, 2/10/1948.
p. 191--"each other some day," ibid.
p. 191--"go back to Canada," ibid.
p. 192--"overcrowded and shrieking," IH ltr to SIH, 3/27/1948.
p. 192--"I didn't even get a day off," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 6/25/2004.
p. 193--"fine with me," DR in Shearer, op. cit., pp. 360-61.
p. 193--"she could really sing," DR, ibid., p. 367.
p. 193--"just the same," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 6/25/2004.
p. 193--"You keep it," ibid.
p. 193--"and that's it," DR in Shearer, op. cit., p. 368.
p. 193--"went along smooth," ibid., p. 377.
p. 194--"she's on a field trip," DR in Shearer, op. cit., p. 368.
p. 194--"brought back from Japan," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 6/25/2004.
p. 194--"would hire him before," ibid.
p. 194--"Help 'em," ibid.
p. 194--"Blacks and whites mingled there," Ernest Callenbach conver w/ GWH,
             1/21/2006.
p. 194--"well known because of jazz," Joe Axelrod conver w/ GWH, 1/28/2007.


Chapter 22

p. 195--"but he stayed home," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2005.
p. 196--"substitutes for observation," SIH, "Recognizing Stereotypes as Substitutes
             for Thought," English Journal, March 1949, p. 155.
p. 196--"one acts or verbalizes," ibid., pp. 155-156.
p. 196--"dressing it up for show," ibid., p. 156.
p. 196--"who got in," SIH ltr to MPH, 11/3/1948.
p. 197--"he should be counted out," MPH ltr to SIH, 11/4/1948.
p. 197--"has cruelly reproduced," ibid.
p. 197--"sized up, too," ibid.
p. 197--"not at all demanding," DR in Shearer, op. cit., p. 361.
p. 197--"for a long time," SIH, "Our Son Mark," op. cit., p. 79.
p. 197--"that Markmarkmark is," SIH ltr to MPH, 5/21/1949.
p. 198--"of the average range," SIH, "Our Son Mark," op. cit., p. 160.
p. 198--"at all possible," ibid.
p. 198--"with Mark's Down's [sic] Syndrome," Dupre conver w/ GWH, 12/12/2007.
p. 198--"membership in this family," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 168.
p. 198--"another mongoloid child," SIH, "Our Son Mark," op. cit., p. 156.
p. 198--"the way they are.," ibid., p. 79.
p. 198--"I had went to him," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2005.
p. 199--"wonderful with him," DR in Shearer, op. cit., p. 362.
p. 198--"he was an individual," SIH, "Our Son Mark," op. cit., p. 156.
p. 199--"the value of anything?" ibid., p. 160.
p. 199--"a happy and bright one," ibid., p. 79.
p. 199--"had Mark any different," ibid., p. 160.
p. 199--"carried him that way," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., pp. 172-73.
p. 199--"all those I've seen," AH eulogy delivered, 3/3/1992.
p. 200--"after this time," SIH ltr to MPH, n.d.
p. 200--"only the explanation '(Revised)'," ibid.
p. 200--"too hard to teach," James McCrimmon, "Easier on the Teacher,"
             ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Winter 1950, p. 146.
p. 200--"first edition was published," ibid., p. 147.
p. 200--"of the two organizations," Steve Stockdale, "Alfred Korzybski
             Remembered by His Students," [website: ThisIsNotThat ],
             n.d., n.p.
p. 201--"out in the open," Irving J. Lee quoted in ltr from SIH to MPH, 5/21/1949.
p. 201--"of the ISGS Governing Board," Stockdale, "Alfred Korzybski Remembered...,"
             op. cit.
p. 201--"fight against me," SIH ltr to MPH, 5/21/1949.
p. 202--"beginning of his editorship," MPH ltr to Peter DeVries, 7/8/1950.
p. 202--"come to dinner," Karl Shapiro ltr to MPH, 7/12/1950.
p. 202--"too damned bad," MPH ltr to DeVries, 8/12/1950.
p. 202--"as deliberate blindness," Karl Shapiro ltr to MPH & SIH, 8/25/1950.
p. 202-203--"slapping, scolding and whining," SIH ltr to MPH, 9/6/1949.
p. 203--"Clara, & you, my love," SIH ltr to MPH, n.d.
p. 203-"and very moist," MPH ltr to SIH, 11/29/1950.
p. 203--"markets of the world," IH ltr to SIH, 12/22/1950.


Chapter 23

p. 204--"to its emotional overloads," Fiske, op. cit., p. 98.
p. 204--"or international scale," The American Journal of Psychiatry (May 1950)
             quoted in "Alfred Habdank Korzybski (Count), Polish-American Linguist,
             Pioneer in Semantics," Prominent Poles [website: Angelfire:Prominent Poles],
             n.d., n.p.
p. 204--"you cannot talk sense," "Alfred Korzybski," [website: NYT], 3/1/1950,
             (Article can now be found at: [website: The Institute of General Semantics ]),
            6/2011.
p. 204--"'les grands coeurs,'" J. Samuel Bois, "The Alfred Korzybski I Know," in
             Stockdale, "Alfred Korzybski Remembered by his Students," [website:
             ThisIsNotThat], n.d., n.p.
p. 205--"we feel his loss," SIH, "Letter to M. Kendig," ETC.: A Review of General
             Semantics, Autumn 1950, p. 72.
p. 205--"of the prevailing group?" Rapoport, "Biographical Summary," ETC.:
             A Review of General Semantics, Summer 1950, p. 164.
p. 205--"the nature of man," Cassius J. Keyser cited in Rapoport,ibid., p. 165.
p. 206--"(I hold a PhD).," William R. Vizzard e-mail to GWH, 10/8/2000.
p. 207--"director/announcer Norman Pellegrini," Art Weber ltr to GWH, 10/16/2000.
p. 207--"getting to be terrific," SIH ltr to MPH, 4/15/1950.
p. 207--"watching him enjoy himself," SIH ltr to MPH, 4/17/1950.
p. 207--"as a $500 lecturer," ibid.
p. 207--"not to be able to take it.," MPH ltr to SIH, n.d. ("Wednesday afternoon").
p. 208--"fingers moved fast enough," Emery Hutchinson, "Beat Me, Professor,
             Eight to the Bar," unidentified newspaper clipping, [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 208--"took turns hitting," AH conver w/ GWH, 7/29/2005.
p. 209--"can join us together," ibid.
p. 209--"Seen her weep before," ibid.
p. 210--"make a racket," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 6/25/2004.
p. 210--"when I was born," WH conver w/ GWH, 5/29/2003.
p. 210--"her on his back" DR in Shearer, op. cit., p. 375.
p. 210--"'on his back, 'Waa!'" DR, ibid., p. 376.
p. 211--"the use of symbols," SIH, "The Aims and Tasks of General Semantics,"
             ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Summer 1951, p. 243.
p. 212--"word-magic and semantic hash," SIH, "From Science-fiction to Fiction-
             science," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Summer 1951, p. 293.


Chapter 24

p. 215--"a bass now and then," SIH ltr to MPH, 6/12/1952.
p. 215--"O Canada!" SIH ltr to MPH, n.d., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 216--"much more intense," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/9/1952.
p. 216--"anti-Japanese agitation and politics," SIH, "Why the English Language
             Amendment," n.d., p. 14.
p. 216--"the West's biggest small town," Carl Nolte, "Boomers, Beats and Baseball,"
             SFC [website: San Francisco Chronicle ( SFGate)], 5/16/1999, n.p.
p. 217--"It is cold evenings," SIH ltr to MPH, 6/25/1952.
p. 217--"tremendously excited and pleased," SIH ltr to MPH, 6/25/1952.
p. 217--"my visit is attracting," ibid.
p. 217--"been given three assistants," ibid.
p. 217--"enemy of the unions," ibid.
p. 218--"very friendly and pleasant," ibid.
p. 218--"for the duration," ibid.
p. 218--"to appear overanxious," ibid.
p. 218--"Ellington talk on semantics?" Ralph J. Gleason, "Dr. Hayakawa, the
             Semanticist, Has the Word on American Jazz," This World,
             8/24/1952, p. 24.
p. 219--"self-betterment through education," Arthur Chandler, "Introduction," The
             Biography of San Francisco State University (San Francisco:
             Lexikos, 1986), p. 5.
p. 219--"for working people," ibid.
p. 219--"pressures of every kind," ibid.
p. 219--"teachers for public schools," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 194.
p. 220--"the Ph.D. was required," Caroline Shrodes conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1979?].
p. 220--"for my entire career," Dan Knapp conver w/ GWH, 3/7/2001.
p. 220--"a dismal joke," Chandler, op. cit., p. 61.
p. 220--"gems in every class," SIH paraphrase of conver w/ GWH, [1967?].
p. 220--"a very good teacher," MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 197.
p. 221--"feisty quality to the faculty," Herbert Wilner in Wilner and Leo Litwak,
             College Days in Earthquake Country (New York: Random House,
             1971), p. 52.
p. 222--"never staid or dull," Ronald Schiff conver w/ GWH, 2/1/2000.
p. 222--"Genial. Innovative," SIH conver w/ GWH, [1967?].
p. 222--"as a political remark," MPH ltr to SIH, 6/21/1952.
p. 222--"and Pat for Pat," ibid.
p. 222--"careful and earnest job," MPH ltr to SIH, 6/29/1952.
p. 222--"I feel sure," ibid.
p. 223--"won't be around for it," ibid.
p. 223--"by the way," ibid.
p. 223--"four Loose teeth," AH ltr to SIH, 6/28/1952.
p. 223--"Who are you for?" MPH ltr to SIH, 6/29/1952.
p. 224--"who fits this picture?" ibid.
p. 224--"strength to do so," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/1/1952.
p. 224--"She is marvelous.," MPH ltr to SIH, 7/3/1952 [date not clearly written].
p. 225--"more sense into political campaigns," SIH ltr to MPH, 7/13/1952.
p. 225--"hit him with a cantaloupe," Clara Peters ltr to MPH & SIH, 7/17/1952.
p. 225--"for 'friends of IGS'," SIH ltr to MPH, 6/30/1952.


Chapter 25

p. 226--"the summer after that," SIH, "Why the English Language Amendment? An
             Autobiographical Statement," English Journal, December 1987, p. 14.
p. 227--"you're all wet," Shearer, op. cit., p. 200.
p. 227--"in consumer cooperatives," "New Member of CU's Board," Consumer
             Reports, February, 1953, p. 57.
p. 227--"of the twentieth century," SIH, Language, Meaning and Maturity, p. ix.
p. 228--"opportunity that they seek," SIH, "The Semantics of Being Negro,"
             ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Spring 1953, p. 174.
p. 228--"for an engineer's job," ibid.
p. 228--"complained to my parents," Abby Wasserman e-mail to GWH, 1/29/2001.
p. 229--"catch the most fish," William Pemberton interview, 3/15/2000.
p. 230--"would call rock," Stanley Diamond in Shearer, op. cit., p. 225.
p. 230--"people depending on him," Ruth Hayakawa ltr to SIH, 7/29/1953.
p. 230--"quite a flirt," Mary Walker ltr to SIH & MPH, n.d., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 231--"I shall never forget," ibid.
p. 231--"of the other cities," MPH ltr to Clara Peters, 9/1/1953.
p. 231--"or dark-grey tile," ibid.
p. 231--"old ways in evidence," ibid.
p. 231--"15 or so people," ibid.
p. 232--"grandmother over there," ibid.
p. 232--"big mosquito net tent," ibid., 9/5/1953.
p. 232--"for several hundred years," ibid., 9/7/1953.
p. 232--"we are to the villagers," ibid.
p. 232--"and show off manner.," ibid.
p. 232--"to be too bad," ibid.
p. 233--"about September 23," SIH ltr to Mark and WH, 9/5/1953.
p. 233--"parting seem less final," MPH ltr to Clara Peters, 9/11/1953.
p. 233--"Glass jar may break," IH ltr to SIH & MPH, 9/10/1953.


Chapter 26

p. 234--"he was a real catch," Dan Knapp conver w/ GWH, 3/7/2001.
p. 234-"barely keep up," Allene Arthur, "Hitting the Dance Floor with the Stars,"
             [website: The Desert Sun], 3/17/2008, n.p.
             or [website: Desert Sun Archives].
p. 235--"themselves and their families," SIH, "Why the English Language
             Amendment?" op. cit., p. 15.
p. 235--"one foreigner in the family," SIH, ibid., p. 14.
p. 235--"No celebration," AH e-mail to GWH, 1/13/2006.
p. 235--"co-worker at Poetry," AH conver w/ GWH, 1/11/2003.
p. 236--"to have feelings again," ibid.
p. 236--"we are able to have," SIH, "Foreword," Language, Meaning and Maturity,
             op. cit., pp. viii-ix.
p. 236--"as anyone could desire," Joshua A. Fishman, "A 'Loyal-Opposition' View,"
             ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Spring 1956, p. 225.
p. 236--"flattering to general semantics," ibid., p. 228.
p. 237--"I could help financially," SIH ltr to IH, 4/5/1954.
p. 238--"the will to live," SIH in "Word Germs," Time, 7/12/1954, p. 75.
p. 238--"opposite of escape literature," SIH "Popular Songs vs The Facts of
             Life," in The Use and Misuse of Language, p. 169.
p. 239--"to hold an audience," James D. Houston conver w/ GWH, 10/24/2000.
p. 239--"with absolute confidence," Isao Fujimoto conver w/ GWH, 10/25/2000.
p. 239--"gave me every encouragement," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 194.


Chapter 27

p. 240--"the worst Mexican slum," SIH ltr to MPH, 8/4/1955.
p. 240--"a thoroughly charming person," ibid.
p. 241--"get into everything," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2005.
p. 242--"new blood and great energy," Rice, Bullough, and Orsi, The Elusive
             Eden: A New History of California, Second Edition, San Francisco:
             McGraw-Hill, 1996, p. 489.
p. 243--"Don was delighted," AH conver w/ GWH, 7/29/2005.
p. 243--"Rod and Gun Club," Gerald Hill conver w/ GWH, 6/6/2001.
p. 243--"he'd take Mark," DR in Shearer, op. cit., p. 362.
p. 243--"intently to others," Joe Axelrod conver w/ GWH, 1/28/2007.
p. 243--"not a prima donna," Doug Stout conver w/ GWH, 6/9/2005.
p. 244--"Mr. Hayakawa was very nice," ibid.
p. 244--"sleep in department meetings," Thurston Womack ltr to GWH, 6/7/2005.
p. 244--"he was a good teacher," ibid.
p. 244--"stemming from our language," Robert Wanderer, "Robert Wanderer on
             General Semantics Then and Now," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics,
             Winter 1999, p. 468.
p. 244--"at the second brake [sic]," William C. Roth ltr to GWH, 10/3/2000.
p. 245--"writing and thinking about," Roy E. Fox, "A Conversation with the
             Hayakawas," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Fall 1991, p. 245.
p. 245--"a pile of worms," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 6/25/2004.
p. 245--"the losin'est house," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/8/2000.
p. 245--"gon' take you seriously," ibid.
p. 246--"according to Alan," AH conver w/ GWH, 7/29/2005.
p. 246--"you automatically come up," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2004.
p. 246--"the way he wanted," ibid.
p. 246--"Woo-ee!," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2004.
p. 246--"He was teaching sanity," SIH, "Communication: Interracial and
             Intercultural," Through the Communication Barrier, op. cit., p. 146.
p. 246--"Negro history and African art," ibid.
p. 247--"Never you mind," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2004.
p. 247--"like hell in purple," William Pemberton conver w/ GWH, 11/17/1999.
p. 247--"the middle of things," WH conver w/ GWH, 5/29/2003.
p. 247--"it was silly," AH conver w/ GWH, 1/11/2003.
p. 247--"open-minded and bodied," WH e-mail to GWH, 1/10/2003.
p. 247--"a sweet child," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2004.
p. 247--"but he's not stupid," AH in SIH, "Our Son Mark," op. cit., p. 160.
p. 248--"He just liked everybody," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2004.
p. 248--"seen her expression," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1968?].
p. 248--"plus some new ones," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1968?].
p. 248--"not self-contrived ones," SIH, "The Fully Functioning Personality,"
             ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, Spring 1956, pp. 180-181.
p. 249--"Don was a womanizer," Knapp conver w/ GWH, 5/7/2005.
p. 249--"or Don did, anyway," Womack conver w/ GWH, 6/7/2005.
p. 249--"Don was heartbroken," ibid.
p. 249--"those things hurt her," WH conver w/ GWH, 5/29/2003.


Chapter 28

p. 250--"brasher stage of California," Manfred Wolf, "Hope and Unease, Reason and
             Clamor...," [San Francisco State] Magazine, Fall 1996, p. 22.
p. 250--"say hello or something," unnamed professor in Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 161.
p. 250--"approach with caution," Jackson Benson ltr to GWH, 9/25/2000.
p. 250--"wasn't comfortable for him," Dupre conver w/ GWH, 12/12/2007.
p. 250--"more fish than he did," Pemberton conver w/ GWH, 11/17/2009.
p. 251--"who liked to strut around," Dupre, ibid.
p. 251--"Warmer and more personable," Dupre conver w/ GWH, 12/12/2007.
p. 251--"not always an easy task," SIH, "How to Attend a Conference" in The Use and
             Misuse of Language, op. cit., pp. 70-71.
p. 252--"in new directions altogether," SIH in Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 159.
p. 252--"the g.s. theories better," SIH cited in Stuart A. Mayper, "Hayakawa as
             Editor," GSB, p. 28.
p. 253--"a local bistro," Bob Wanderer in The Map, 8/16/1977, n.p.
p. 253--"business and educational fields," Wanderer, "ISGS Adventures in San
             Francisco," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, p. 202.
p. 253--"skeptical of general semantics," Womack ltr to GWH, 6/7/2005.
p. 253--"on this or that," Doug Stout conver w/ GWH, 6/9/2005.
p. 254--"some sort of firearm," ibid.
p. 254--"one of Marge's favorites," AH conver w/ GWH, 7/29/2005.
p. 254--"talented and organized lady," Pemberton conver w/ GWH, 3/15/2000.
p. 254--"of men's sexual anxieties," SIH "Sexual Fantasy and the 1957 Car," in The
             Use and Misuse of Language, p. 165.
p. 254--"make it more hazardous," ibid., p. 166.
p. 255--"symbols in American Culture," SIH, "Why the Edsel Laid an Egg," in The
             Use and Misuse of Language, p. 169.
p. 255--"rear-end invitation," ibid., p. 179.
p. 256--"when he felt blue," Manfred Wolf, "Hope and Unease, Reason and Clamor at
             San Francisco State: 1956-1967," [San Francisco State] Magazine, Spring
             2001, p. 24.
p. 256--"just totally denied it," Pemberton conver w/ GWH, 3/15/2000.
p. 257--"missiles aimed at them," ad from editorial, WP, 11/1/62, n.p., [Hayakawa
             Archive].
p. 257--"that has been taken," ibid.
p. 257--"of our national leadership," ibid.
p. 258--"of the Smithsonian Institution," Warren Robbins in Shearer, op. cit.,
             pp. xi-xiii.
p. 258--"local NAACP seem to lack," SIH ltr to Terry Francois, 5/23/1962.
p. 258--"a handsome speaking part," SIH ltr to Herb Caen, 8/7/1962.
p. 259--"your forward-looking movement," W. H. Raff cited by SIH, ibid.


Chapter 29

p. 260--"pitched right in," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/8/2000.
p. 260--"Negroes in this world," Walter Blum, "Hayakawa: I Am A Complex Person,"
             SFX, 11/24/1963, p. 2.
p. 261--"the nation's most liberal," Hugh Pearson, The Shadow of the Panther
             (Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1995), p. 70.
p. 262--"from 'liberal' to 'conservative'," Wanderer in The Map, 1/24/1978, n.p.
p. 262--"they refused his gambit," Eric Solomon, "Mr. Hayakawa Goes to
             Washington," Mother Jones, Feb./March 1977, p. 27.
p. 262--"on papers were brilliant," Clark Sturges e-mail to GWH, 8/1/2007.
p. 262--"the pretty young women," ibid.
p. 262--"threads of out thinking," Joseph Cohen, "Dr. Hayakawa's Many Faces,"
             CTA Journal, January 1964, p. 28.
p. 262--"loaded with examples," Diamond in Shearer, op. cit., p. 229.
p. 263--"she goes or I go," Wanderer conver w/ GWH, 6/6/2000.
p. 263--"to Marge and Julie both," AH e-mail to GWH, 3/9/2004.
p. 263--"really got to him," WH e-mail to GWH, 3/3/2004.
p. 263--"public respect and reputation," AH e-mail to GWH, 1/21/2001.
p. 263--"for acceptance and reassurance," AH e-mail to GWH, 1/11/2003.
p. 264-"need anything like that," Adolph N. Hoffman ltr to GWH, 8/30/2000.
p. 264--"dance across the lawn," Walter Truett Anderson, The Upstart Spring
             (Bloomington, IN: iUniverse, 2004), p. 102.
p. 264--"a completely equalitarian philosophy," SIH & Barry Goodfield,
             "Reflections on a Visit to Watts," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics,
             September 1966, pp. 325-326.
p. 265--"of loot and arson," Theodore White, "A Call for New Thinking About Race
             Relations in the Big City," LAT, 8/22/1965, p. G1.
p. 265--"in a comparable period," SIH & Goodfield, "Reflections on a Visit
             to Watts," op. cit., pp. 304-305.
p. 265--"realities of the present.," ibid., p. 305.
p. 266--"aimed at all of us.," SIH in "Nisei Semanticist Declares Refusal to
             Compromise Led to Riots in Watts," Nichi Bei Times, October 20,
             1966, p. 1.
p. 266--"a black in South Africa," SIH & Goodfield, "Reflections on a Visit to Watts,"
             op cit., p. 325.
p. 266--"schools for the underprivileged," Greg Robinson, "The Complex Life of S.I.
             Hayakawa, Part Two," Nichi Bei Times Online, [website: Nichi Bei Times],
             2/14/2008, n.p.
p. 267--"modern 'scientific linguistics,'" Womack ltr to GWH, 6/7/2005.
p. 267--"wars, and cultural changes," Don Emblen ltr to GWH, n.d.
p. 267--"his own private property," Dan Knapp conver GWH, 8/7/2005.
p. 267--"or dairy for you," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d., [1966?].
p. 267--"went through the room," Manfred Wolf, "Years of Promise and Strife in
             the English Department: San Francisco State, 1962-1970," Magazine,
             Spring 2001, p. 126.
p. 268--"not part of the gang," John Dennis conver w/ GWH, n.d., [1967?].
p. 268--"our celebrity prof'," Womack conver w/ GWH, 6/7/2005.
p. 268--"strong impression on her," WH conver w/ GWH, 5/29/2003.
p. 268--"stand on social issues," Daryl E. Lembke, "Routine Berkeley Co-op Election
             Turns Political," LAT, 1/15/1967, p. B5.
p. 268--"ideological tests for membership," MPH in ibid.
p. 268--"economic inequality and war," SIH in Wallace Turner, "Consumers' Co-op in
             Berkeley Shaken by an Election Battle," NYT 1/16/1967, p. 41.
p. 269--"politics of this kind," Robert Treuhaft interviewed by Robert Larsen,
             "The Left Wing Faction on the Co-op Board of Directors,"
             [website: University of California: Calisphere], n.d., n.p.
p. 269--"middle-of-the-road liberal Democrat," MPH in Lembke, ibid.
p. 269--"conservative, on the board.," Treuhaft, ibid.
p. 269--"to your own use," SIH quoted in "Herb Caen" [column], SFC, 1/2/1968, n.p.,
             [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 269--"in such bad shape?" Caen, ibid.
p. 270--"of this, go ahead," SIH ltr to Herb Caen, 1/2/1968.
p. 270--"Slate clean for now," Caen in "Herb Caen" [column], SFC, 1/4/1968, p. 27.


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p. 273--"account for its actions," Helene Whitson, "Introductory Essay," Strike! a
             Chronology, Bibliography, and List of Archival Materials Concerning the
             1968-1969, Strike at San Francisco State College.,
             [website: San Francisco State University Library ]
             or [website: Educational Resources Information Center ], 1979, n.p.
p. 273--"incapable of larger things," Phil Garlington, Golden Gater, 11/21/1966, n.p.,
             [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 274--"a hell of a good writer," SIH ltr to Garlington, n.d., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 275--"Dr. King has created," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1964?].
p. 275--"the government of Rhodesia," SIH in Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 153.
p. 276--"can endure black racism," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1966?].
p. 277--"other areas as well.," Robert Smith, Richard Axen, & Devere Pentony,
             By Any Means Necessary, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers,
             1970, p. 21.
p. 277--"all the slave masters," George Murray in Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 39.
p. 278--"and Smith himself," ibid., p. 37.
p. 278--"(except for the date) weeks before.," SIH, untitled, unpublished manuscript,
             in [Hayakawa Archive], 1972.
p. 278--"obscenities at his enemies," Michael Grieg, "Defiant Cleaver at S.F. State,"
             SFC, 10/10/1968, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 278--"by the university itself," Ray E. Johnson in Henry C. Mac Arthur, "U.C.
             May Lose Autonomy Because Of Cleaver Resolution," San Rafael
             Independent Journal, 10/10/1968, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 279--"take orders from anybody," SIH in Shearer, p. 206.
p. 280--"one of them mine," Wolf, "Years of Promise and Strife...," p. 130.
p. 281--"BE IN THE CLASSROOM," flier from "The Resistance", [Hayakawa
             Archive].
p. 283--"dominated any more," SIH conver GWH, n.d.
p. 281--"at the universities," James D. Houston conver w/ GWH, 10/24/2000.
p. 281--"force behind the strike," Jacob Perea in Marie Pauline Guluan,
             "Remembering the 1968 Strike: SF State's Revolution," [website:
             Golden Gate X Press], 11/5/2008, n.p.
p. 281--"a cops vs. kids battle," Bill Johnston in Terry Norton, "In era when protest
             exploded, fuse was lit at Berkeley and S.F. State," [website: SFC ( SFGate) ],
             3/1/1998, n.p.
p. 281--"depths of my being.," Paul Auster, "The Accidental Rebel," [website: NYT],
             4/23/2008, n.p.
p. 282--"forgive him [for] Pearl Harbor," Ronald Reagan in Bill Snyder, "Former
             Professor Evolved from Semanticist to Senator," OT, 2/28/1992, n.p.,
             [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 282--"qualified black president," Eric Solomon, "Mr. Hayakawa Goes to
             Washington," Mother Jones, February/March 1977, p. 27.
p. 282--"It was an emergency," SIH cited in Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 153.
p. 282--"Good God, no!" MPH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 204.
p. 282--"ought to take charge," SIH, ibid., p. 204.
p. 283--"humor and goodwill," MPH in "Mrs. Hayakawa Says Goodbye to
             Yesteryear's Peace, Quiet," LAT, 11/22/1969, Part IV, p. 5.
p. 283-"State's acting president," Smith, Axen & Pentony, op. cit., p. 209.
p. 283--"change through intimidation," Whitson, op. cit.
p. 283--"to think or argue straight," "The Choice at S.F. State," LAT, 11/29/1968,
             n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 284--"we'll be ready for him," Nathan Hare in Wallace Turner, "Campus on Coast
             Remains Closed," NYT 11/28/1968, p. 37.
p. 284--"we get our demands.," Roger Alvarado in ibid.
p. 284--"to drown out my voice," SIH, "The Incident of the Sound-truck,"
             mss., n.d., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 284--"them from their connections," SIH, "The Incident of the Sound-truck," op. cit.
p. 284--"Hayakawa a folk hero," Ed Salzman, "Hayakawa's Hidden power," New
             West, 7/5/1978, p. 15.
p. 284--"have anything like that," Kay Boyle, The Long Walk at San Francisco State,
             1970, p. 49.
p. 285--"outside his office door," Leo Litwak, op. cit., p. 17.
p. 285--"he tried to go to class," Marek Breiger ltr to GWH, 8/14/2003.
p. 285--"up against the wall!" Jerry Varnado in Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 14.
p. 285--"the fussy little rationalist," "Sad State of Affairs," This World, 12/8/1968, p. 5.
p. 285--"right out of Orwell," Wolf, "Years of Promise and Strife...," p. 131.
p. 285--"police state, like Argentina," ibid., p. 130.
p. 285--"different view from his," ibid., p. 139.
p. 286--"I'm your friend," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 209.
p. 286--"deep-sea tides of feeling," Wolf, op. cit., p. 139.
p. 286--"Hayakawa Eichmann!" Boyle, op. cit., p.50.
p. 286--"you ought to be ashamed," SIH in untitled, unpublished memoir, 1972,
             [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 286--"head of a lynch mob," Boyle in Wolf," Years of Promise...," op. cit.,
             p. 138.
p. 286--"with a single fire," Irving Halpern, "Picket Lines and Books: The Student-
             Faculty Strike," Magazine, Spring 1999, p. 158.
p. 286--"amid general laughter," Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 168.
p. 287--"for dozens of editors," SIH in untitled, unpublished memoir, 1972, [Hayakawa
             Archive].
p. 287--"found our man," Reagan in Wilner, op. cit., p. 161.


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p. 288--"none of which I deserve," Salzman, op. cit., p. 15.
p. 288--"to be any teaching," Wilner, op. cit., p. 174.
p. 288--"would be the professor.," Eric Richardson in Terry Norton, op. cit., n.p.
p. 288--"called 'racist scabs'," "Strike Advances Ethnic Studies," Golden Gater,
             10/4/1988, p. 3.
p. 289--"That was the adults," Gerald Rosen, Cold Eye, Warm Heart (San Francisco:
             Calm Unity Press, 2009), p. 157.
p. 289--"to do that job," SIH in Noel Greenwood, "Hayakawa, S.F. State's Folk
             Hero, Ends Remarkable Era," LAT 10/30/1972, p. A24.
p. 289--"applause at that moment," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 249.
p. 289--"subject to arrest," "San Francisco State Bans 'Outsiders'," NYT,
             1/5/1969, p. 57.
p. 289--"could challenge the world," Laureen Chew in Molly Nance, "Writing
             Their Own History," [website: Diverse Online], 10/30/2008, n.p.
p. 289--"the brunt of it," Dick Yoell in Kristi de Lorimier, "Student Leaders Reflect
             on Past SF State Struggles," Golden Gater, 10/4/1988, p. 4.
p. 290--"every bit as intransigent," Litwak, p. 130.
p. 290--"right side of history," Wolf, "Years of Promise...," p. 136.
p. 290--"held the stage," ibid., p. 137.
p. 290--"on odd, unpopular causes," ibid.
p. 290--"mismanagement of the crisis," "Open Letter," The New York Review of
             Books, 3/13/1969, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 291--"for some weird reason," John Lovejoy, "Whatever Happened to Those
             College Days," Antioch Ledger, 9/2/1986, n.p., [Hayakawa
             Archive].
p. 291--"or fail the course," ibid.
p. 291--"surrounded in their offices," MPH in "Mrs. Hayakawa Says Goodbye to
             Yesteryear's Peace, Quiet," LAT, 9/22/1969, Part IV, p. 5.
p. 291--"It was intense," Joseph White in Molly Nance, "Writing Their Own History,"
             [website: Diverse Online ], 10/30/2008, n.p.
p. 291--"those authorities disapproved.," Jack Alexis in Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 164.
p. 291--"police used their firearms," ibid., p. 165.
p. 292--"could view as courage," Litwak, op. cit., p. 167.
p. 292--"past month of confrontation," Wilner, op. cit., p. 143.
p. 292--"you fancy pants professor," ibid., p. 144.
p. 292--"for the first time," SIH in Bill Snyder, "Former Professor Evolved from
             Semanticist to Senator," OT, 2/28/1992, n.p., reprinted in Shearer,
             op. cit., p. 387.
p. 292--"and bad excitement," SIH in Litwak, op. cit., p. 130.
p. 293--"our demands are met," Alexis in Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 125.
p. 293--"opposed to violence," Litwak, op. cit., p. 203.
p. 293--"a reality at Kent State," Solomon, "Mr. Hayakawa Goes To Washington,"
             Mother Jones, 2:3 (1977), p. 28.
p. 293--"they helped kill it," "African American Department History," [website:
             San Francisco State University Online ], n.d.
p. 293--"the BSU and the TWLF," Smith, Axen & Pentony, op. cit., p. 244.
p. 293--"was a true landmark," Dick Meister, "SF State Strike: Marking The 40th
             Anniversary of the Student and Faculty Strike," [website:
             San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center ], or [website:
             Dick Meister], 10/26/2008, n.p.
p. 294--"women of high purpose," "The AFT Strike--Costly Failure," SFX,
             3/4/1969, p. 34.
p. 294--"openly what to do," Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 164.
p. 294--"and overflowed into hallways," Jason Ferreira in Tanya Schevitz, "S.F.
             State to Mark 40th Anniversary of Strike," [website: SFC (SFGate)]
             10/26/2008, n.p.
p. 294--"was a 'pig'," Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 25.
p. 294--"preordained in November," Smith, Axen & Pentony, op. cit., p. 315.
p. 295--"and Senator Edward Kennedy," ibid., p. 248.
p. 295--"This was our Normandy," Kenneth Monteiro in Tanya Schevitz, op. cit., n.p.
p. 295--"the times further along," Hari Dillon in Kristi de Lorimier, "Student Leaders
             Reflect on Past SF State Struggles," Golden Gater, 10/4/1988, p. 4.
p. 295--"revolutionary educational program," Smith, Axen & Pentony, op. cit., p. 318.
p. 296--"community was destroyed," Knapp conver w/ GWH, 5/7/2005.
p. 296--"hasn't completely healed," Beverly Voloshin conver w/ GWH, 5/9/2009.
p. 296--"to war and lost," Wilner, op. cit., p. 194.
p. 296--"that kind of rainbow politics," Martinez in Schevitz, n.p.
p. 297--"or the solution, dig?" Cleaver in "Cleaver Comes Out Swinging Again," SFX,
             10/10/1968, p. 9.
p. 297--"he established himself," Solomon in Katherine Bishop, "S.I. Hayakawa Dies
             at 85; Scholar and Former Senator," NYT 2/28/92, n.p., [in Shearer, p. 393].
p. 297--"than students understood," Hurley conver w/ GWH, 2/1/2001.
p. 297--"full of vanities," Wilner, op. cit., p. 150.
p. 297--"some kind of Messiah," Litwak and Wilner, "Preface," op. cit., p. xiv.
p. 298--"a better world," in James Michener, Kent State (New York: Random House,
             1971), p. 144.
p. 298--"an even harder line," SIH, "Protest, Pigs and Power Politics," Liberal
             Education, 1970, p. 19.
p. 298--"for their privileges," ibid., p. 20.
p. 298--"I hadn't liked her," Jean Hayward, ltr to GWH, 5/28/2003.


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p. 299--"for all the wrong reasons," Dan Knapp conver w/ GWH, 3/7/2001.
p. 299--"$300,000 in cash gifts," Greenwood, op. cit., p. A27.
p. 299--"that sort of thing," Diamond in Shearer, op. cit., p. 239.
p. 299--"respond rapidly to change," William H. Orrick, Jr., et al., Shut It Down! A
             College in Crisis. Washington, D.C.: National Commission on the Causes
             and Prevention of Violence, 1969, p. 141.
p. 300--"themselves or their followers," ibid., p. 142.
p. 300--"human salvation are entrusted," SIH in Louis Freedberg, "Ex-Senator
             Hayakawa Dies at 85," SFC, 2/28/1992, p. A4.
p. 301--"black and brown people," David Brudnoy, "Hayakawa at Northeastern,"
             National Review, 2/24/1970, p. 202.
p. 301--"subscribers/memberships as a result," Muriel Wanderer ltr to GWH,
             6/26/2008.
p. 301--"Etc. [sic.] was his 'baby.'," ibid.
p. 301--"from American higher education," Salzman, op. cit., p. 15.
p. 301--"during World War II?" Karagueuzian, op. cit., pp. 157-58.
p. 302--"the garden club variety," Wilner, op. cit., p. 154.
p. 302-- "The Sayings of Chairman S. I. Hayakawa", edited by Richard Paris & Janet
             Brown, San Francisco: American Federation of Teachers, 1969, n.p.
p. 302--"orchids from Hawaii," Boyle, op. cit., p. 46.
p. 302--"fit students' over-all needs," Thomas J. Foley, "Hayakawa Testifies in
             House on Perils of Campus Unrest," LAT, 2/4/1969, p. A4.
p. 303--"substitute to improve America," ibid.
p. 303--"in outer space," ibid.
p. 304--"tattered, chanting army," Boyle, op. cit., pp. 38-39.
p. 304--"he didn't take mean revenge," Knapp conver w/ GWH, 5/7/2005.
p. 304--"not destroy the organization," Gene Prat conver w/ GWH, 11/13/2008.
p. 304--"a life of its own," Womack conver w/ GWH, 5/7/2005.
p. 304--"we don't think alike," James Hirabayashi in Boyle, op. cit., p. 39.
p. 304--"didn't want more trouble," Hirabayashi conver w/ GWH, 5/7/2005.
p. 304--"for the assembled academicians," Michael Garrity ltr to GWH, 10/6/2000.
p. 305--"was like a jungle," Prat conver w/ GWH, 11/13/2008.
p. 305--"I'm going to talk," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 241.
p. 305--"the middle of the room," Karagueuzian, op. cit., p. 174.
p. 305--"That's when he quit," Elvira Orly in Shearer, op. cit., p. 277.
p. 306--"and dozed a lot.," Solomon, op. cit., p. 28.
p. 306--"on about his business," Knapp conver w/ GWH, 5/7/2005.
p. 306--"89 per cent name recognition," Wallace Turner, "Coast Speculates on
             Senate Rivals," NYT, 8/17/1969, p. 67.
p. 306--"the door on the possibility," SIH in ibid.
p. 306--"it never stopped ringin'," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2004.
p. 307--"to live without a president," Greenwood, op. cit., p. A3.
p. 307--"exercise this latter role," ibid.
p. 307--"bored with the job," ibid.
p. 307--"keeping the institution afloat," ibid.
p. 307--"all during this period," Hirabayashi conver w/ GWH, 5/7/2005.
p. 307--"was a major factor, too," Knapp conver w/ GWH, 5/7/2005.
p. 308--"famous sound-truck incident," Permanent President, Broadside issued by
             San Francisco State College Federation of Teachers, Local 1352, n.d.
p. 308--"paid public relations expert," ibid.
p. 308--"also play Black Panther," SIH, "The Sansei and the Black Panthers," SFX,
             8/1/1970, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 308--"shooting it out with authorities," ibid.


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p. 313--"pry a decision from," Greenwood, op. cit., p. A26.
p. 314--"Grandfather didn't answer," AH conver w/ GWH, 1/11/2003.
p. 314--"to good academic standing," "Hayakawa's Farewell," Monterey Peninsula
             Herald, 4/20/1973, p. 24.
p. 314--"is like a cyst," Guy Wright, "Underappreciated Man," SFX, October 25,
             1972, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 314--"What about the blacklist," Charles Jackson in Joe Kone, "Recalling Times
             Past at Press Conference," The Phoenix, 10/19/1972, p. 1.
p. 314--"to deny employment," Kone, ibid.
p. 314--"central to the college," Carl Irvin, "The Eventful Career of a Many-sided
             Man," SFX, October 13, 1972, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 315--"I'm a liberal Democrat," ibid.
p. 315--"To be a statesman," SIH in Prat, op. cit.
p. 315--"Who's got my pen?," ibid.
p. 315--"good chance against Tunney," Harry V. Lehman ltr to SIH, n.d., [Hayakawa
             Archive].
p. 316--"broader-based general election," Prat, op. cit.
p. 316--"among Republican candidates," Mervin D. Field, "Hayakawa Ban Aids
             Cranston, Poll Shows," LAT, 3/1/1974, Section One, p. 1.
p. 316--"a quick study," Prat, op. cit.
p. 317--"cafes, bars and even street cars," ibid.
p. 317--"home in their own country," SIH "'Farewell to Manzanar': An Unorthodox
             View of the World War II Internment of Japanese-Americans," TV Guide,
             March 6, 1976, p. 13.
p. 317--"He wasn't interned," Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston conver w/ GWH, 9/13/2000.
p. 318--"particularism led to clashes," Robinson, "The Complex Life of S.I.
             Hayakawa, Part Two," op. cit.
p. 318--"and the name recognition," Orly in Shearer, op. cit. p. 283.
p. 318--"way it worked out," SIH, ibid.
p. 318--"on the student dissidents," Bill Stall, "Hayakawa Puts the Accent on
             Action in GOP Senate Campaign," LAT, 4/2/1976, p. B5.
p. 319--"another good deed," SIH in ibid.
p. 319--"it can't beat education," DR in Shearer, op. cit., p. 376.
p. 319--"things they want to hear," Tom Goff, "Hayakawa: Soft Sell Pays Off,"
             LAT, 5/5/1976, p. A3.
p. 319--"needs elder statesmen too," SIH in "The Fresh-Faced Elder," [website:
             Time], 6/21/1976, n.p.
P. 320--"by opening one eye," ibid.
p. 320--"will be his opponent," Ed Salzman, "Hayakawa's Hidden Power," New West,
             7/5/1978, p. 17.
p. 320--"old Republican with none," "Hayakawa v. Tunney," Time [website: Time],
             10/18/1978, n.p.
p. 321--"a very gutsy guy," Diamond in Shearer, op. cit., p. 241.
p. 321--"What more is there?" "Hayakawa v Tunney "Time [website: Time],
             10/18/1978, n.p.
p. 321--"that interests me less," Time, ibid.
p. 322--"a damn thing about," Time, ibid.
p. 322--"tyranny all these years," Larry Stammer, "Juggled Polls to Aid Hayakawa,
             Campaign Managers Admit," LAT, 11/12/1976, p. B3.
p. 322--"jaunty--and politically effective--cool," "From an Irish Pat to a Dixy Lee,"
             Time [website: Time], 11/15/1976, n.p.
p. 322--"penchant for offbeat politics," SIH on CBS Evening News, 11/3/1976,
             (Television News Archive, Record Number 243611).
p. 323--"at the exact moment," Eric Solomon, "Mr. Hayakawa Goes to Washington,"
             Mother Jones, February-March 1977, p. 27.
p. 323--"(or Sam, if you prefer)," Wanderer, The Map, 12/29/1976, n.p.


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p. 324--"a real rookie," SIH in Martin Tomchin, "Congressional Freshmen Return to
             School," NYT, 12/18/1976, p. 8.
p. 324--"taking notes in shorthand," Orly in Shearer, op. cit., p. 303.
p. 324--"since the campaign," "People, Dec. 27, 1976," [website: Time],
             12/27/1976, n.p
p. 324--"as a guest," Orly in Shearer, op. cit., p. 317.
p. 325--"wistful, full of stories," Solomon, op. cit., p. 21.
p. 325--"politically ruinous event," Decker, "Hayakawa Puts Sour Senate Experience
             Behind, Pursues New Interests," LAT, 2/1/1984, p. C1.
p. 325--"pushed toward an elevator," Don Shannon, "Sen. Hayakawa Dots the Eyes,"
             LAT, 1/5/1977, p. 1.
p. 325--"Haya-kama" and "Hiawatha," Ford quoted in The Map, 1/23/1985, n.p.
p. 325--"My feet are cold," SIH in Marlene Cimons, "Senator Sam: 'Free Spirit' in
             Washington," LAT, 2/7/1977, p. B3.
p. 326--"over to the Russians," "Anti-Carter 'Hayakawa' Letter Probed," LAT,
             2/19/1977, p. B1.
p. 326--"some cutting and pasting," Patricia Agnew in ibid.
p. 326--"He was bushed," in Cimons, op. cit., p. B4.
p. 326--"did during the campaign," ibid.
p. 326--"more interesting people than professors," SIH in Linda Charlton, "Hayakawa
             Finds Senate Friends more Interesting Than Ph.D.'s," NYT,
             April 27, 1977, p. 18.
p. 326--"with little stirring about," ibid.
p. 327--"of the United States Senate," SIH cited by Robbins in Shearer, op. cit., p. xii.
p. 327--"engaging fellow, very friendly," Kostmayer in Cimons, op. cit., p. B4.
p. 327--"by the federal government," Ellen Hume, "Senate OKs 48,000-Acre
             Redwoods Park Expansion," LAT, 2/1/1978, p. B23.
p. 327--"a national heritage," ibid.
p. 328--"too open, too frank," unidentified man in Cimons, op. cit., p. B4.
p. 328--"fall asleep once," SIH in HHW, 3/28/1978, n.p.
p. 328--"he voted against it," Orly in Shearer, op. cit., p. 328.
p. 329--"Thurmond of South Carolina," Ellen Hume, "Prof. Hayakawa Still a Student
             in the Senate," LAT, 9/18/1977, p. A11.
p. 329--"so much protectionism.," SIH in William Endicott, "Hayakawa Defends His
             Vote Attendance Record," LAT, 1/18/1978, p. A29.
p. 329-330--"know how to subtract," SIH, "Mr. Hayakawa Goes to Washington,"
             Harper's, January 1978, p. 39.
p. 330--"to be people of plenty," ibid., p. 43.
p. 330--"any representative government," Vaughn Kendrick, "Letter to the"
             Editor, Harper's, March 1978, p. 6.
p. 330--"after they left," Prat conver w/ GWH, op. cit.
p. 331--"hoofer called Mr. Rhythm," Leroy Aarons, "Samuel Ichiye Hayakawa Is a
             72-year-old Freshman Senator of Many Hats--and Parts," [website:
             People Magazine], 10/2/1978, n.p.
p. 331--"my old jazz records," SIH in Cimons, op. cit., p. B4.
p. 331--"trying to be right," SIH in Hume, "Hayakawa Unconcerned Over 7-point
             Slide in Poll," LAT, 3/21/1978, p. B3.
p. 331--"in that getup," cited in HHW, 3/21/1978, n.p.
p. 331--"fellow ornery Californian," HHW, 6/27/1978, n.p.
p. 331--"used in SIH's campaign," HHW, 9/27/1978, n.p.
p. 331--"& the Blue Tango," HHW, 6/27/1978, n.p.
p. 332--"black and white Americans," Robbins in Shearer, op. cit., p. xii.
p. 332--"just like cabbages," SIH in Aaron, op. cit.
p. 332--"in a whorehouse," SIH in Hume, "Prof. Hayakawa Still a Student in the
             Senate," LAT, 9/18/1977, p. A12.
p. 332--"father and the doctor," SIH conver w/ GWH, n.d. [1968?].
p. 332--"working in public schools," HHW, 10/25/1978, n.p.
p. 332--"rights of consenting adults," "Hayakawa Backs Bryant," OT, 6/14/1977, p. 1.
p. 333--"military defense in perpetuity," SIH, "'Aye'...I Knew That I Had Done the Right
             Thing," LAT, 3/30/1978, p. D7.
p. 333--"'in Thought and Action,'" Hume, "Tardy Hayakawa Prolongs Suspense,"
             LAT 4/19/1978, p. A30.
p. 333--"the confidence of both," "Hayakawa Formally Asks for Foreign Relations
             Seat," LAT, 12/17/1978, p. 11.
p. 333--"for my country," SIH, "'Aye'...I Knew That I Had Done the Right Thing,"
             op. cit.
p. 334--"the people should live," SIH in HHW, 1/24/1979, n.p.


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p. 335--"didn't vary at all," SIH, "How Can SALT II Be That Good for Both
             Russia and America?", LAT, 1/23/1979, p. C5.
p. 336--"second-or third-rate nation," SIH in Richard Bergholz, "'Appalled' at Asia
             Hostilities, Hayakawa says," LAT, 2/18/1979, p. 38.
p. 336--"at home anymore," ibid.
p. 336--"social-minded preachers," ibid.
p. 336--"thoughtful professors," ibid.
p. 336--"glared at one another," Prat, op. cit.
p. 336--"gasoline problem in California," SIH in Bergholz, "Hayakawa Gas Remark
             Brings Howls of Rage," LAT, 5/18/1979, p. B3.
p. 336--"the beginning of the end," Endicott, "Hayakawa Slips Out of Capitol
             Without Fanfare," LAT, 1/19/1983, p. B1.
p. 337--"the lot of the poor," SIH in David Larsen, "Uproar Over Gas Remark
             Decried by Hayakawa," LAT, 5/20/1979, p. SD1.
p. 337--"when I open my mouth," ibid
p. 337--"their churches, their communities," SIH in HHW, 2/21/1979, n.p.
p. 337--"and his stated position," Ellen Hume, "1,000 Japanese-Americans Hit
             Hayakawa in Newspaper Ad," LAT, 5/10/1979, p. D4.
p. 338--"a very profitable hustle," SIH, "Reparations for Japanese Americans? No!"
             LAT, 5/11/1979, p. E7.
p. 338--"breaking up of families," Ann Bourman, "Letter to the Editor," LAT,
             5/23/1979, p. C5.
p. 338--"about the gasoline shortage," Art Buchwald, "Sleepy Time at the White
             House," LAT, 6/3/1979, p. D3.
p. 338--"I'll be president," HHW, 6/27/79, n.p.
p. 339--"at this university," Richard Bergholz, "Hayakawa Greeted by Boos,
             Catcalls at UCLA," LAT, 5/31/1979, p. B3.
p. 339--"stream in, legally or illegally," Jack Jones, "Hayakawa Pushes Alien Worker
             Plan, Dismisses Boos, Jeers He Got at UCLA," LAT, 6/1/1979, p. A5.
p. 339--"promote conservative principles," Steven V. Roberts, "'New Right' Causes
             Pressed in Senate," NYT, 6/26/1979, p. A13.
p. 339--"the Treaty of Versailles," Charles Mohr, "Arms Pact Survives an
             Amendment," NYT, 11/7/1979, p. A8.
p. 340--"Field polls or anything else," John Averill, "What, Me Worry? Hayakawa
             Says," LAT, 11/30/1979, p. B16.
p. 340--"a wonderful fellow," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 330.
p. 340--"of a good time," Prat, op. cit.
p. 341--"those two got together," Prat, ibid.
p. 341--"in relocation centers," SIH in Larry Stammer, "Intern Iranians, Hayakawa
             Urges," LAT 3/12/1980, p. B1.
p. 341--"basically disgraceful," Carol Hallett in ibid., p. 29.
p. 341--"a ridiculous proposal," Karl Kobuyuki in ibid.
p. 341--"same kind of pigsty," William Campbell in ibid.
p. 341--"we pretend it's raining," SIH in HHW, 9/23/1980, n.p.
p. 342--"is a bad press," Wanderer, HHW, 4/28/1980, n.p.
p. 342--"become a tail gunner," SIH in "Hayakawa Sees 1-legged Tail Gunners,"
             LAT, 2/28/1980, p. A2.
p. 342--"exists on this earth," Adams in "Ansel Adams Bids U.S. Protect Coast's Big
             Sur," NYT, 5/27/1980, p. 59.
p. 342--"by the federal government," HHW, 5/27/1980, n.p.
p. 342--"and an embarrassment," Adams ltr to Wayburn in Mary Street Alinder
             & Andrea Gray Stillman (eds.), Ansel Adams: Letters 1916-1984, p. 370.
p. 343--"his viewfinder a little too long," SIH, "Letter to the Editor," LAT,
             6/13/1980, p. A13.
p. 343--"want federal intervention.," ibid.
p. 343--"The circle comes around," Joan Steffy, "Letter to the Editor," LAT,
             4/6/1980, p. E4.
p. 343--"antigovernment tide of conservatism," "Environmentalists and Coastal
             Residents Split on a Plan for U.S. Controls at Big Sur," Robert Lindsey,
             NYT, 6/23/1980, p. A14.
p. 343--"You were too tough," Alan Cranston in HHW, 1/27/1981, n.p.
p. 343--"Hayakawa saved Big Sur," Prat, op. cit.
p. 343--"image of being crazy," Art Buchwald in Thomas Fortune, "The Politics
             Were Fast and Funny," LAT [C], 5/3/1980, p. A5.
p. 343-344--"with a superior intellect," Anderson in HHW, 12/24/1980, n.p.
p. 344--"thrill on the trip," SIH in HHW, 6/24/80, n.p.
p. 344--"stopped and watched," HHW, ibid.


Chapter 31

p. 345--"much to unify the party," William Endicott, "Hayakawa Calls for Woman
             on Ticket," LAT, 7/12/1980, p. A20.
p. 346--"reelected to the Senate.," Paul Houston and Kenneth Reich, "Hayakawa
             Disbands Judicial Commission," LAT, 1/17/1981, p. B1.
p. 346--"any one in the country," Nancy Skelton, "Hayakawa Is Called 'Fuzzy',"
             LAT, 2/11/1981, p. A21.
p. 346--"and concentrate on that," AH e-mail to GWH, 11/20/2008.
p. 346--"effective gun control," SIH in HHW, 4/17/1981, n.p.
p. 347--"dull legislative sessions," Earl Waters in HHW, 6/19/1981, n.p.
p. 347--"to choke on it!" Daniel Patrick Moynihan in HHW, 9/21/1981, n.p.
p. 348--"voters opposed Senator Hayakawa," Wallace Turner, "Hayakawa May Face
             Tough Senate Race," NYT, 2/12/1981, p. A18.
p. 348--"be of greater service," SIH in ibid.
p. 348--"seat to John Tunney," Turner, ibid.
p. 348--"two or three years too late," AH e-mail to GWH, 11/20/2008.
p. 349--"the international business community," SIH, "English By Law,"
             NYT, 10/1/1981, p. A35.
p. 349--"Arizona or wherever.," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 251.
p. 349--"use for him," anonymous note to GWH, 4/30/2010.
p. 349--"line up for someone else," Bergholz, "Hayakawa Drops Out of Senate
             Reelection Race," LAT, 1/31/1982, p. A1.
p. 350--"which didn't bear his name," Orly in Shearer, op. cit., p. 331.
p. 350--"he even asked me," AH e-mail to GWH, 11/20/2008.
p. 350--"or pressure from anyone," SIH in Bergholz, op. cit., p. A1.
p. 350--"preference to campaigning," SIH in Bergholz, ibid.
p. 351--"than political calculation," Kenneth Reich, "The Human Factor: An
             Important Force in Politics," LAT, 2/14/1982, p. D3.
p. 351--"the literature and I hadn't," SIH in Endicott, "Hayakawa Slips Out of Capitol
             Without Fanfare," LAT 1/19/1983, p. 21.
p. 351--"than his age," Reich, op. cit.
p. 351--"of another six years," SIH in Shearer, op. cit., p. 324.
p. 352--"by government regulations," SIH, "Letter to the Editor," NYT,
             5/3/1982, p. A18.
p. 352--"I learned English," SIH, "Learned English by 'Total Immersion'
             --Hayakawa," LAT, 4/23/1982, p. A1.
p. 352--"really not very high," Calvin Veltman in David C. Savage, "Latinos Are
             Making the Switch to English," LAT, 5/24/1982, pp. B1, 20.
p. 352--"who came before them," Savage, op. cit., p. B1.
p. 353--"except their point of view," SIH in HHW, 5/22/1982, n.p.
p. 353--"official language of the United States," SIH in Robert Pear, "Senate Votes a
             Sweeping Revision of the Nation's Immigration Laws," NYT, 4/18/1982,
             p. A7.
p. 353--"register pesticide products," SIH in "Key Battle for Public Health," LAT,
             7/16/1982, p. D6.
p. 353--"lives with no futures," SIH, "Paid by the Government to Do Nothing,"
             NYT, 9/8/1982, p. A26.
p. 354--"for their own use," SIH in HHW, 1/25/1983, n.p.
p. 354--"provocative turn of mind," SFC editorial in HHW, 2/19/1982, n.p.
p. 354--"to get him out," Taxpayers Watchdog in HHW, 2/22/1983, n.p.
p. 354--"Being a senator is a craft," David Brooks, The News Hour, PBS television,
             8/26/2009.
p. 354--"protected and preserved," Cranston in HHW, 2/22/1982, n.p.


Chapter 37

p. 357--"complaints about the press," SIH in Shearer, p. 328.
p. 357--"some were not," ibid.
p. 357--"that's been very damaging," SIH in "Hayakawa Slips Out of Capitol Without
             Fanfare," William Endicott, LAT 1/19/1983, p. 21.
p. 357--"just slipped his mind," Otto Bos in ibid.
p. 358--"very, very wonderful," DR conver w/ GWH & JEH, 2/5/2004.
p. 358--"the rapid pace," SIH in Cathleen Decker, "Hayakawa Puts Sour Senate
             Experience Behind, Pursues New Interests," LAT, 2/1/1984, p. C1.
p. 359--"other such issues," HHW, 6/17/1983.
p. 359--"in the United States," "About U. S. English", US ENGLISH [website:
             US ENGLISH], n.d., n.p.
p. 359--"American life has to offer," SIH, "Why the English Language Amendment?,"
             English Journal, 12/1987, p. 15.
p. 360--"language should be English," Decker, op. cit., p. C1.
p. 360--"law ostracized Blacks," Arnoldo S. Torres in Smith Hempston, "English Is
             Our Language, but Amendment Is Wrong," LAT, 7/10/1984, p. C5.
p. 360--"primacy of the English Language," Hempston, ibid.
p. 360--"when to shut up," Blake Green, "Hayakawa Is Still Politicking: The
             Ex-Senator's Pet Target Now Is Bilingual Education," SFC, 4/16/1984,
             p. 19.
p. 360--"right on this one," William Raspberry in HHW, 1/23/1985. n.p.
p. 361--"What is behind it?," Irvin Lai in "Move to Make English Official Language
             Assailed as Divisive," LAT, 4/23/1986, p. D6.
p. 361--"cultural and economic goals," SIH, "A Common Language, So All Can
             Pursue Common Goals," LAT 10/29/1986, p. B5.
p. 361--"against language minorities," Jamie B. Draper and Martha Jiminez, "A
             Chronology of the Official English Movement," article can be found at
             [website: Official English? No!], n.d., n.p.
p. 362--"if you disagree with me," Jeanne Griffiths in Shearer, op. cit., p. 337.
p. 362--"calm him a little bit," ibid., p. 348.
p. 362--"just like this one," SIH at Sonoma State University, English 101 class taught
             by GWH, Spring 1989.
p. 363--"Low educability....church and state," John Tanton in Draper and Jiminez,
             op. cit.
p. 363--"should be, America's language," "English Spoken Here, but Unofficially,"
             NYT, 10/29/1988, p. 28.
p. 363--"Petitions in Spanish," SIH "Letter to the Editor," NYT, 11/18/1988, p. A4.
p. 364--"You can't stop growing.," Brooks in Gloria Wade Gayles (ed.),
             Conversations with Gwendolyn Brooks, Columbia, MO: University
             of Missouri Press, 2003, p. 60.
p. 364--"hell of a good time," Prat conver w/ GWH, 11/13/2008.
p. 364--"S. I. Hayakawa 20 years ago," Gary E. Swan, "Old Radicals Remember S.F.
             State's '68 Strike," SFC, 10/8/1988, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 364-365--"did not fight in vain," Hari Dillon in ibid.
p. 365--"and you can't either," Danny Glover in Amy Alexander, "Student Rebels'
             Reunion," SFX, 10/8/1988, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 365--"a reality in this country," James Garrett in ibid.
p. 365--"that's a real problem," Shawn Sulhi in Swan, op. cit.
p. 365--"so what can you expect?" Pemberton conver w/ GWH, op. cit.
p. 365--"the pots and pans," DR in Shearer, op. cit., p. 377.
p. 365--"everything would come back," Griffiths in Shearer, op. cit., p. 356.
p. 365--"in the United States Senate," Womack conver w/ GWH, 5/7/2005.


Chapter 38

p. 367--"I have narcolepsy," Pemberton conver w/ GWH, op. cit.
p. 367--"about a 2-pound bass," ibid.
p. 368--"of our dear friend," Ronald Reagan in Bill Snyder, "Former
             Professor Evolved from Semanticist to Senator", OT, 2/28/1992, n.p.,
             [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 368--"into our memories forever," Pete Wilson in ibid.
p. 368--"battler for his beliefs," Alan Cranston in Louis Freedberg, "Ex-Senator
             Hayakawa Dies at 85," SFC, 2/18/1992, n.p., [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 368--"He was quite rare," David Tulanian, "Letters to the
             Editor," LAT, 3/9/1992, p. B4.
p. 368--"sense of humor," Robert p. Pula, General Semantics Bulletin,
             No. 57 (1993), pp. 25, 27.
p. 368--"the institution is concerned," Solomon in Freedberg, ibid.
p. 368--"he was well liked," Cressey Nakagawa in Snyder, op. cit.
p. 368--"access to the system," Daryl Maeda, "S. I. Hayakawa, Asian-American
             Radicalism and the Dilemma of American Liberalism," in The Human
             Tradition in California, edited by Clark Davis and David Igler,
             Wilmington DE: Scholarly Resources, 2002, p. 204.
p. 369--"That was his genius," Warren Robbins in Mark Nishimura, "Friends Gather
             to Pay Tribute to Hayakawa," Hokubei Mainichi, 3/7/1992, n.p.,
             [Hayakawa Archive].
p. 369--"no difference to him," Minerva Dunn in ibid.
p. 369--"He was a lot of fun," WH in Shearer, op. cit., p. vi.
p. 369--"as a valuable lesson," AH in Shearer, op. cit., p. iii.
p. 370--"field he played in," Ed Mayer ltr to GWH, 10/6/1999.
p. 371--"Sleeping, I guess," SIH in Decker, "Hayakawa Puts Sour Senate Experience
             Behind, Pursues New Interests," LAT, February 1, 1984, p. C1.
p. 371--"he switched. So what?" Pemberton, op. cit.
p. 371--"to dazzle the world," SIH "The Japanese-American Generation Gap,"
             Through the Communication Barrier, op. cit., p. 141.



ADDENDUM A
Hayakawa and Homophobia

After the manuscript of In "Thought and Action: The Enigmatic Life of S.I. Hayakawa" had already gone to press, a fellow writer whom I much respect, Greg Robinson, mentioned that Hayakawa had been homophobic. I was shocked, since he'd seemed enlightened to me in the 1960s with his insistence that what consenting adults did in private was their own business. During that decade, I worked with Hayakawa on ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, and his chief lieutenant was a gay man.

Greg was kind enough to send me evidence that included newspaper reports that showed the senator flip-flopping on California's Briggs Initiative as well as supporting Anita Bryant's anti-gay Florida campaign, both evidence of a concern about homosexual teachers. He also sent an article by Pat Sherman entitled "Moments in Time: Our 'best' long shot" that had appeared in Gay San Diego (http://www.gay-sd.com/moments-in-time-our-best-long-shot/, posted 2/2/11) that describes the 1979 City Council run of Dr. Al Best, saying in part, "Former U.S. Sen. S.I. Hayakawa, who stayed with Best and courted the gay vote while campaigning for the Senate in 1976, turned his back on Best once in office, denouncing homosexuals as 'sick and perverted'."

Responding to Best's outrage over the comment, Hayakawa reportedly replied in a letter to him, "Thank you for expressing your concern about legislation that would end discrimination on the basis of sexual or affectional [sic] preference. Homosexuality is a failure of emotional masturbation [sic?]--and it is nonsense to pretend that it is an 'alternative lifestyle,' with the same authenticity and the same value to society as sexual normality."

In a later telephone conversation, Dr. Best verified that S.I.H. had indeed used the expression "sick and perverted." He also said that Hayakawa had employed the word "maturation" not "masturbation" in his letter that followed.

When I suggested to him that the language of the note did not read like anything I ever heard Hayakawa say or anything he would have written, Dr. Best responded simply and quite reasonably that he had received the letter with the signature of S.I.H. I later asked Alan Hayakawa, the senator's journalist son and his one-time aide, his take on the letter; he agreed that the language didn't resemble his father's, so it had likely been written by a staffer and signed with a "robo-pen." That is where matters presently stand.


ADDENDUM B:
Necrology:

Four other members of the Hayakawa household/family have passed away.

  • William Wesley Peters died July 17, 1991
  • Margedant Peters "Marge" Hayakawa died February 2, 1998.
  • Mark Hayakawa died May 27, 2005.
  • Daisy Rosebourgh died January 24, 2010. (at her request, Mark Hayakawa's ashes were buried with her.)

ADDENDUM C:
ERRATA

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