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Page'4 POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 16,201"1 Viva I'ltalia!: The Risorgimento on Screen Friday, September 16 at 7:00 pm "Senso" Directed by Luchino Visconti w/Alida Valli, Farley Granger, Massimo "The Capture of Rome" (La presa di Roma) Directed by Filoteo Alberini Friday, September 16 at 9:30 pm "1860" Directed by Alessandro Blasetti. With Giuseppe Gulino, Aida Bellia, Gianfranco Giachetti Saturday, September 17 at 7:00 pm "A Garibaldian in the Convent" (Un garibaldino at convento) Directed by Vittorio De Sica. With Carla Del Poggio, Maria Mercader, Leonardo Cortese Saturday, September 17 at 9:00 pm "Garibaldi" (Viva I'ltalia!) Directed by Roberto Rossellini. With Renzo Rico, Paolo Stoppa, France Interlenghi Sunday, September 18 at 4:30 pm AIIonsanfan Directed by Vittorio and Paolo Taviani. With Marcello Mastroianni, Lea Massari, Mimsy Farmer Friday, September 23 at 7:00 pm "Paisan" (Pals&) Directed by Roberto Rossellini. With Carmela Sazio, Dots M. Johnson, Maria Michi Friday, September 23 at 9:30 pm "The Bandit of Tacca del Lupo" (11 brigante di Tacca del Lupo) Directed by Pietro Germi. With Amedeo Nazzari, Cosetta Greco, Sar5 Urzi Sunday, September 25 at 4:30 pm "Little Ancient World" (Piccolo Mondo Antico) Directed by Mario Soldati. With Alida Valli, Massimo Serato, Ana Dondini Friday, September 30 at 7:00 pm "The Leopard" (11 Gattopardo) Directed by Luchino Visconti. With Butt Larcaster, Claudia Cardinale, Alain Delon HARVARD FILM ARCHIVE CARPENTER CENTER 24 QUINCY STREET = CAMBRIDGE, MA PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS! Law Offices of David Grossack, P.C. "Lawyer of the Year" 1999 Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly CALL NOW: 617-965-9300 Personal Injury Law Automobile Accidents Wrongful Death Claims Assault Due to Poor Security Victims of Drunk Drivers/Alcohol-Related Injuries Divorce Landlord-Tenant Disputes Civil Litigation of All Kinds Business Problems David Grossack is nationally prominent for his innovative approaches to client problems and for numerous cases which are now in the law books. See No/let v. Trial Courl 83 E Sup. 2d 204, United States v. The Building Inspector of America 894 E Supp. 507, and Sinai v. New England Telephone 6 BNA IER CAS 56. For more information, visit www.grossack.com or call now! 1', Stomping on the American Spirit? Back when I attended children in the bloodstream. college in the late '60s and early '70s, I was a member of Young Americans for Free- dom, a conservative group on college campuses across America during those turbu- lent years of unrest in the country. Our freedoms ap- peared to be endangered when others took to shout- ing down those with which they disagreed. Today, nearly 40 years since graduating from col- lege, I see our liberties being lost one at a time. Most people seem oblivious to this creeping loss of our individual rights in the name of political correct- ness and multicultural-ism. In a recent poll of a new "Freedom in the 50 States" study, New Hamp- shire, the Bay State's neigh- bor to the north whose motto is "Live Free or Die," ranked first in freedom. Massachu- setts ranked 46% Liberals, whether in so-called blue or red states, tend to want to constrain personal freedom in all areas of life. Rhode Island seems more like Massachusetts every day under its new governor. Nanny government is a growing view of government. These folks love micro- managing every aspect of our lives with one mandate after another. What hap- pened to our free society and self-rule? I loved that quote from Ronald Reagan spoken a generation ago: "Freedom is never .more than one gen- eration away from extinc- tion. We didn't pass it to our It must be fought for, pro- tected and handed on to them to do the same..." The one thing, as Reagan said, is not to remember what it was once like when Ameri- cans were free but to still be free. When I think about the economic mess we linger in, I think of Albert Einstein who once wrote, "The signifi- cant problems we face can- not be solved by the same level of thinking that cre- ated them." When I think about government growing bigger and thinking more and more for us, I remem- ber the words of Benjamin Franklin who penned, "When the well is dry, we know the worth of water." As a baby boomer, I have watched America change over the years as people simply forget the govern- ment is our personal busi- ness because either we run it or it runs us. Either it will be as good as we want it or as bad as we allow it to be. Over the past four years, our federal government has ex- panded its grasp over so many facets of our lives and most of us think nothing of it. I agree with the editorial's final paragraph. "A genera- tion ago, Reagan saw this day coming. How we react to his warning in the next few years will likely determine our fate." "Duty, Honor, Country" isn't just a principle for folks in the military but for everyone who calls himself or herself "American." .irst lnnirersary ,slugust 22, 2010 -jdugust 22, 2011 In Jing Memory of Our Mother Jorma Martinelli . ::5 fore,er in our hearts _ - .Four loving children r ,fforma X, aula, Janine and son-in-law Sebastian NORTH END00 Owned and operated by Pamela Donnaruma, Publisher, Post-Gazette Quality Printing for all your Commercial and Personal Needs Stationery * Business Cards * Menus * Flyers Program Books * Wedding and Party Invitations Announcements * Business Forms and Documents -- COMPETITIVE PRICES -- 617-227-8929