Tuesday, April 28, 2009
I neglected to mention in the last post that there was an interview with Arthur Kinoy, on the DVD. He was called in at the last moment to try to save the Rosenbergs. The interview was not part of the movie, but was one of the add ons. It was fun watching it. He is dead now, and I only met him a few times, in law school, and shortly after. I do remember him at a party at an NLG convention in Detroit. I left before it ended, too tired to stay awake. He was still there partying with the law students. What a personality and what a legal mind used always in the service of progressive causes.